Dragon wagon on Shoppinder
See all condition definitions - opens in a new window or tab Read more about the condition. About this product. World War 2. Modern - Post World War 2. The original title has been reorganized and improved with new introductions, additional detailed text, new photos and an eight-page color section. The revised title is now pages in length and contains over 40 new photos including 13 color images. In addition to plentiful action and field photos, interior photos, engine photos, schematics and technical manual images round out this exquisitely detailed visual history.
Soft cover. One hundred twenty interior pages composed of black and white pages and 8 pages of color. Shipping and handling. This item will ship to Germany , but the seller has not specified shipping options.
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Dragon Wagon Part 2: A Visual History of the U.S. Army’s Heavy Tank Transporter 1955-1975
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Payment methods. Army's Heavy Tank Transporters from This is Ampersand's is standard version of their Visual History format and it runs pages packed with large, clear photographs. David Doyle starts with a one page introduction and then launches into the photographs, allowing the pictures along with excellent captions to tell the story.
The first edition covered WW2 and Korea and the Pacific family of vehicles.
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This edition focuses on the Vietnam era ton M series of tractors. Two additional chapters address the T15 tractor that led into the M series along with the unusual M tractor added as a bonus. The cover photo is a color nice action shot of two M88 armored recovery vehicles loading a damaged M48A3 onto a trailer hooked to a production MAIC tractor at Da Nang in I counted well captioned photographs, in color. This is a gorgeous soft-bound book and is well worth the money. David Doyle provides lots of detailed photographs with the majority are in color. The revised title is now pages in length and contains over 40 new photos including 13 color images.
In addition to plentiful action and field photos, interior photos, engine photos, schematics and technical manual images round out this exquisitely detailed visual history. Soft cover. One hundred twenty interior pages composed of black and white pages and 8 pages of color.
About David Doyle Commissioned to write his first book in , a page volume on the history of US military vehicles, since that time over of his books have been published. While most of these concern historic military hardware, including aircraft and warships, his volumes on military vehicles, meticulously researched by David and his wife Denise, remain the genre for which he is most recognized. This recognition reached its pinnacle in June , when he was presented the coveted Bart Vanderveen Award by the Military Vehicle Preservation Association, given in recognition of "