DOUGLAS A-20 HAVOC

$9.95

Titles: Douglas A-20 Havoc No’s 1 and 2

The Douglas A-20 first flew in January 1939 as a response to a USAAF specification for an attack aircraft, but did not attract USAAF interest. The French however had followed the flight trials and ordered a significant number. When France was overrun remaining French aircraft were taken over by the RAF who used the aircraft in the bombing role as the Boston and in the intruder role as the Havoc. Improvements made to the aircraft overcame the original USAAF indifference and orders were made for aircraft for both the high and low altitude roles. Over 7,400 were eventually built.

We offer two titles containing flight manuals for most variants of the A-20 series. Each title is US$9.95. The files have been copied from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.

 

 

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Title 1 contains:

  • USAAF Pilot’s Handbook of Operation and Flight Instructions for the A-20A Attack Bomber Airplane, Technical Order No 01-40AB-1 dated 15-3-41, revised to 5-1-42 with approx 57 pages.
  • USAAF Pilot Flight Operating Instructions for the A-20G-1-DO thru A-20G-35-DO, A-20J-1-DO thru A-20J-10-DO, P-70A-2, P-70B-2 and Boston IV, T.O. No 01-40-1 dated 5-4-44, with approx 140 pages.
  • RAF Pilots Notes for the Boston IIIA, Air Publication 2023C Pilots Notes dated December 1941 with approx 82 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • USAAF Pilot’s Handbook of Operation and Flight Instructions for the F-3 Photographic Airplane, Technical Order No 01-40AA-1 dated b27-7-41 with approx 32 pages.
  • USAAF Pilot’s Handbook of Operation and Flight Instructions for the A-20B BD-2, Technical Order No 01-40AC-1 dated 1-12-42, revised to 30-8-44 with approx 74 pages.
  • RAF Pilots Notes for the Havoc II, Air Publication 1807B Pilots Notes dated July 1941 with approx 48 pages.