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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:32 PM PST

wikipedia is good for incredibly detailed military information, so start looking there. Once you know what planes you are interested in, I recommend the Osprey series of books for good detailed pictorial information. However, I question the wisdom of making a topic you know so little of a major feature of your story - you are setting yourself up for a lot of hard work. There will be a lot of readers (not me!) with an obsessively detailed knowledge of this topic, so you must expect any mistakes that you make WILL be noticed!
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Posted: 10/26/2010 8:04 AM PDT
I need help! I'm writing a story where planes are a very big part of it. I've come to aroad block. Can somebody please give me a vivied 'inside look' on a plane(not an airplane) taking off? besides that I need to know the names of fight planes. Yeah, FIGHTER PLANES. so, please help if you can.
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