Authentic Flight Manuals

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  1. sabrina

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    So I've been trying to locate some of the original WWII flight manuals. I'll take anything, but at the moment I'm specifically interested in the AT-6, P-51, and B-29, to be joined later by others.

    Osprey has a nice line, but do any of you know where some of the material can be viewed online for free? It seems that they all cost money to view and I'd prefer not to buy thirty manuals at the moment....

    Thanks for any ideas!!!
     
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    Try searching at Scribd, I've found some pretty interesting stuff there!
     
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