Lavishly illustrated, this book examines Sir Sidney Camm's work to develop a successor to the Hawker Hunter firstly with the P.110 interceptor to meet the RAF Specification F.155T and the later attempts to produce a multirole aircraft in the shape of the P.1121. This book examines the airframe, engines, weapons, radar and avionics with their influence on the development of the aircraft themselves. The book draws on archive sources and interviews with the personnel involved.
|AUTHOR ||Paul Martell-Mead and Barrie Hygate|
|NO OF PAGES ||66|
|ILLUSTRATIONS ||Colour and black and white photos, line drawings, cutaways, scale drawings 1:144|