De Havilland Vampire

DH Vampire Bibliography:

Photo: formation of three Vampires from No.3 Squadron, including VF282 and VF279 Flight March 17, 1949 p.320

“Nocturnal Vampire – Details of the De Havilland DH.113 night fighter” Flight 15 February 1952 Includes a cutaway scrap view of the forward fuselage, a 3-view plan, and a cockpit layout diagram.

“The Latest Vampire Trainer” Large cutaway diagram of the DH.115 two-seater. Flight 8 May 1953 p.578580, plus a 3-view

Photo: formation of three T.11s climbing Aviation Week January 17, 1955 p.15

Photo: RAAF T.35A A79-808 Air Pictorial March 1970 p.82

Color profiles of Vampire F. Mk.3s VT821, VV194, and WE849. Air International February 1977 p.88

Photo: a pair of Egyptian AF Vampire T.55s. Air International June 1982 p.273

Photo: Vampire FB.5 in formation with a Lincoln, Meteor, Mosquito, and Firefly Aeroplane Monthly January 1988 p.58

“Swiss Vampires – The End of an Era” World Air Power Journal Vol.4 Winter 1990/91 Includes an in-flight shot of J-1170 and J-1192, J-1103 target tug, NF.10 U-1225, and a large color 3-view of FB.6 J-1173.

“Vampire takes to the air” T.11 XE920/G-VMPR FlyPast January 1998 p.9

Anthony Oliver “Pilot’s Perspective: de Havilland Vampire F Mk. 1” Scale Aviation Modeller May 1999 Sketches of cockpit and landing gear details

Neil Pinchbeck “Support Your Local Vampire” Scale Aviation Modeller November 2003 building the 1/48 Aeroclub vacuform T.11 kit as XJ772; includes two pages of color walk around photos of the preserved prototype aircraft

Mike Mirkovic “Black Swan Vampires” Scale Aviation Modeller January 2005 photo report on Vampires of the RAAF’s No.25 Squadron

Anthony Oliver “Pilot’s Perspective: de Havilland Vampire F Mk. 1” Scale Aviation Modeller May 1999 Sketches of cockpit and landing gear details

Stefan De Graef, Edwin Borremans “The Alpine Vampire” Warbirds International May/June 2011 restoration of DH.100 J-1197/HB-RVN; extensive color photography

Gerry Manning 1000 Preserved Aircraft in Colour photos: Venezuelan FB.5, FB.9 WL505, RCAF F.3, T.11 XH304

The Encyclopedia of World Air Power Bill Gunston, editor 1980 p.156: Vampire FB.5 3-view

 

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