Thats just one of many websites you can get manuals from. Below are another major one's. I use to have a ton of link's till computer crashed a few months ago. Still trying to find them all. Luckly I backed them up on CD roms. Even with the links below you still wont find all the ones posted here.
The two links are different. Little hard to figure them out. I dont speak or read russian but looks like they have quite a variety of modern aircraft manuals. Kinda like a common curtisy posting Im guessing
He's got some really good stuff there now that I had time to go through it. It looks like he got there from the same source on some of the early ones I posted. Again I don't have a problem sharing, Micdrow, you put a lot of time an effort in adding to out library here, I want to make sure this is cool with you. We could have a "Manual-Cooperative!"
I really dont have a problem with it. I came here to learn and well, its been a learning experince. As long as I continue to have fun and learn I have no problems.
I wished he had more WWII manuals that I havnt seen. I just cant seem to get enough of them. Modern day ones I will stay away from for the most part. Reason being is due to cost's and such that Ive had to limit the area and type of research I do. So Ive confined it to World War II. Which is still a huge area.
All in all though no problems. Very confusing at first but all in all a happy ending for everyone involved.