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Luftwaffe Over Ohio!
By Paul F. Straney and Robert Sacchi


Books and Periodicals

    Air Force Museum Bulletin, various Air Force Magazine, 4/81
    Air Force Museum Catalog
    Base History Freeman Field, Air Technical Service Command, Seymour, Indiana
    Famous Fighters of WWII , Green
    Famous Bombers of WWII, Green
    FockeWulf, An Aircraft Album No. 7, J.R. Smith
    FockeWulf Fw 190; Workhorse of the Luftwaffe, J,P. Spenser
    German Aircraft Markings, Merrick
    Hitler's Luftwaffe, Wood/Gunston
    Jet Planes of the Third Reich, Smith/ Creek
    Le FockeWulf 190, Lorant/Frappe
    Luftwaffe Vol. 1, Challenge Publications
    Me-262, Arrow to the Future, Boyne Me-262, Maloney
    Monogram Close-Up No. 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 23
    Monogram Painting Guide to German Aircraft, Merrick/Hitchcock
    Profile Publications (various)
    Scale Modeler, Vol. 18, No. 7
    Scale Modeler, Vol. 18, No. 5
    The Captive Luftwaffe, West
    Warplanes of the Third Reich, Green Wings Vol. 10, No. 2
    Wings Vol. 14, No. 1


    Calspan, Inc.
    Champlain Fighter Museum
    Ed Maloney, Planes of Fame Museum
    Mike Lyons, Paul E. Garber Facility
    Mimi Ranville, Foreign Technology Division, USAF
    Nick Apple, USAFM
    Phil Bulter, author "Air Min"
    Richard Horrigan, Paul E. Garber Facility
    Robert Mikesh, NASM
    Sandy Ellif, Evergreen Aviation
    Sue Eleuterio, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
    Susan Hibben, Boeing Aeronautical Library, EAA
    Wes Henry, USAFM

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