Air ministry pilots notes accurate facsimile editions of the original air ministry pilots notes issued to aircrew for military aircraft types each approximately 60 pages paper cover with header card featuring euro hook cut out for display 190mm x 125mm 595. It was one of two planes named after arthur wellesley 1st duke of wellington the other being the vickers wellington the design originated from the air ministry specification g4 31 which called for a general purpose aircraft capable of carrying out level bombing army co operation dive bombing reconnaissance casualty evacuation and . Staff of air ministry is the author of vickers armstrong wellington iii x xiv pilots notes 300 avg rating 2 ratings 1 review published 2004 h. The armstrong whitworth aw38 whitley was one of three british twin engined front line medium bomber types that were in service with the royal air force raf at the outbreak of the second world war alongside the vickers wellington and the handley page hampden the whitley was developed during the mid 1930s according to air ministry
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