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Engineering the F-4 Phantom II: Parts Into Systems

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Exploring every facet of the Phantom II's life and times, the author lucidly examines the basic principles of engineering management that glue together the aerospace industry.
Hardcover, 258 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by US Naval Institute Press
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Mike Hankins
Aug 05, 2012 Mike Hankins rated it it was ok
Of all the books I've reviewed, Engineering the F-4 is probably the most narrowly focused. Details of design and development of the legendary F-4 Phantom is an extremely niche topic that most people will probably not be interested in, atleast not to the level of detail that Glen Bugos indulges in. However, it remains a good source for research on the Phantom (which happens to be a current major research area for me personally) and standard reading on the topic.

Bugos essentially tracks the nuts
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