Introducing selected titles:
The Encyclopedia of Warships: From World War II to the Present - General Editor Robert Jackson - published by Thunder Bay Press in 2006. The types of warship that serve with today’s navies are much the same as the types that served in World War II. The Encyclopedia of Warships explains the development of the world’d leading warships and provides a timely reminder that command of the seas is still a crucial factor in preserving world peace. This book includes the main types and models of warships, featuring more than 300 military vessels; contains numerous action photographs and illustrations, an extensive service history of each ship and specification panels that provide information.
Roberts Jackson is a former Royal Air Force pilot and navigational instructor. Now he is a full-time writer.
The Encyclopedia of Modern Aircraft: From Civilian Airlines to Military Superfighters by General editor Jim Winchester published by Thunder Bay Press in 2006.
The civil and military aircrafts in service today represent a range of technologies dating as far back as the 1930s and 1940s, and include features such as stressed alloy computerized glass cockpits in use since the 1980s and 1990s. This important account is an exhaustive reference for the aviation enthusiast and general reader. The book features over 300 military and civil aircrafts, contains action photographs and images showing each aircraft, includes history of aircrafts and specification panels with information on dimensions, power plant, weight and more.