March 15, 2012
-- Supersonic Eagles details the history of the US Air Force's Century Series fighters that entered service during the 1950s. Equipped with advanced jet engines and sophisticated electronic systems, these aircraft pushed the boundaries of aerospace technology. Although now retired from frontline service, the members of the Century Series remain some of the most memorable aircraft of the Cold War despite the fact that they were designed over fifty years ago. In this book, the histories of the F-100 Super Sabre, F-101 Voodoo, F-102 Delta Dagger, F-104 Starfighter, F-105 Thunderchief, and the F-106 Delta Dart are related.
Printed and bound in the United States, this softcover book is (ISBN 978-0-9818157-
9-4) is 248 pages long and contains 80 black and white illustrations. Supersonic Eagles is printed in the 6" x 9" format. The printed book is distributed by the Ingram Book Company, and is currently sold through the nationwide retailers, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Concurrent with the release of the printed book, Inland Expressions has also released E-book versions of Supersonic Eagles (ISBN 978-0-9818157-
8-7) which are currently available for Amazon's Kindle and Barnes & Noble's Nook devices. Within the next 30 days, the availability of the E-book version of Supersonic Eagles will expand to become available through Apple's iTunes book store.
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Inland Expressions was formed in 2008 to publish books for the transportation and military history markets. Since then we have published four regional books centered on the Great Lakes area and have begun expanding in to the military history market with two additional books. We currently have plans to release at least two additional titles during 2012.