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Boeing B-52 Stratofortress: 1952 onwards (all marks) (Haynes Owners' Workshop Manuals) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. Mai 2013


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Steve Davies is a freelance aviation journalist and photographer. He is an authority on the USAF and the author of a range of titles on US combat aircraft, including the Haynes Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird Manual with Paul F. Crickmore. Steve lives in Cambridge.


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HASH(0x96f843c0) von 5 Sternen Pretty lame 7. Mai 2013
Von Stacey Ward - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a 20+ year maintainer on both B-52G and H-models, 1985-2006, at Blytheville/Eaker AFB, Minot AFB, and Diego Garcia during Operations DESERT SHIELD/STORM. Since retiring from active duty, I'm now one of the dozen technical experts working at the B-52 System Program Office that are responsible for writing and maintaining all the actual B-52 maintenance manuals. I was appalled at all the errors in this book. The first page I flipped it open to was 56 where the caption for a picture states the aircraft is "148ft wide". Even a quick check of the USAF B-52H Fact Sheet on the publicly available USAF website will tell you it's 185 feet. Page 144 purportedly shows a picture of an avionics technician working on "a B-52's tube-run rendezvous beacon light". The rendezvous beacon certainly isn't a light, it's a radio frequency receiver/transmitter. As a former B-52 Electronic Warfare Systems Technician, I can tell you the section on defensive systems is laughable.

Chapter 7: The Maintenance Crew's View presents a great narrative from a crew chief's point of view, but there are many other maintenance specialties that do as much or more maintenance on this aircraft besides the guys that pump gas and kick tires, no disrespect intended to my crew chief buddies.

While the book was written about an American bomber and sold in the United States, it isn't written in U.S. English, "tyre" vice "tire" for instance. And just what does "all marks" mean? Must be a British thing, because nobody I know has a clue what that refers to.

About the only good things with this book are the pictures (even if some of the captions are woefully inaccurate), and some of the history (even though some of that is way off the mark as well).

It's a nifty item to have since it has the Haynes name on it, but if it didn't and I got the chance to thumb through it in a bookstore, I'd spend a few minutes chuckling at the obvious lack of fact-checking and put it back on the shelf.
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HASH(0x96f87fe4) von 5 Sternen Amazing reference book! 4. Juli 2013
Von Roland R. Lafrance Sr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The details in this book keep you going back for more. As the B-52 is my favorite aircraft, I have numerous books on it, but this book excells with drawings and pictures I've not seen before. A great reference book!

For a previous reviewer, "all marks"/"all marques" is a British thing. What we call models, and designate by letters, such as B-52D, F, G, H, the British call "marks". Their marked are designated by letters and/or numbers, depending on when in history an aircraft was in service. Consider the AVRO Vulcan, it is designated as a Vulcan B Mk. 2 (Mark 2). In WWII, a/c such as the Hurricane were designated, Hurricane Mk.I, Mk. IIC, Mk.IID, etc.
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HASH(0x96f87ec4) von 5 Sternen Technical errors aside, it is still a relevant work. 29. Mai 2013
Von Sam Bennet - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a couple of other reviewers noted, there are technical mistakes in this book. To be honest, I have yet to find a book about the B-52 that was error-free, and that includes my old technical orders. However, to look at the glass as half full, there are three areas that are worthy of note.

There are photographs in this book that I've never seen before, and I have many books on the aircraft. Captions aside, they photos themselves are a very good representation of the B-52 family.

Most of the diagrams are straight out of the TOs or CAST manual, and I have never seen them anywhere else. For someone well versed on aircraft systems, this is a gold find. Interrelationships between systems are rarely covered in any book other than what the crews use to fly the plane.

I could not find anything of critique in the first-hand accounts by the veteran fliers. The pilot's account was completely accurate, and very reminiscent of my time flying in the plane from the navigator positions. Gunners had been eliminated for almost ten years by the time I transferred to the B-52, which made the gunner narrative priceless. 'B-52 Fire Control Specialist' had been number one on my dream sheet in BMT many years ago, and the account of the life of a gunner was bittersweet for me personally.

With a second edition, I think that this book could become a standard for technical descriptions for the B-52, bridging the gap between purely historical accounts and the readers who want more.
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HASH(0x96f87fb4) von 5 Sternen Nice tribute! 1. Januar 2014
Von Joseph Harris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Thankfully, the book's title is misleading. This book is NOT a shop manual. Not that you've got an aging B-52 in your backyard that you'd like to restore. Or perhaps you do. But if you do, you're gonna need more than a Hayne's manual and a set of Snap-On tools.

This book is a very nice tribute to a venerable aircraft. Lots of color pics, lots of explanations of history, lots of B/W schematics--but nothing that would help you maintain the aircraft. If you've already got a notion of how this bird works, this book will give you some excellent insight, but it won't help you piece one back together.

I bought this book for my Dad, who flew B-52s back in the day. The book has lots of lovely pics. My Dad is pretty sure his face is in the book somewhere--he just hasn't found it yet.
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HASH(0x95d1fedc) von 5 Sternen Enjoyable 27. Mai 2013
Von J. S. Fagan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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With all due respect to the first reviewer I found this book to be a lot of fun. I too am former military and I'm sure if I read a book about the AAVP7A-1 Assault Amphibian Vehicle I could spot quite a few errors as well but for the average reader this book is very interesting. It has great pics and awesome diagrams and yes it was printed in England so some of the terminology is a little different than what we are used to. If you are on the fence based on the low stars don't be, just order it, you will like it. Unless maybe you are an aerospace engineer that worked on the B-52 or something.
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