Boyne, Walter J(ames)
BOYNE, Walter J(ames)
BOYNE, Walter J(ames). American, b. 1929. Genres: Novels, Air/Space topics, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: U.S. Air Force Colonel, Command Pilot, 1951-74; National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C., director, 1974-86; Flying Network, chairman of the board, 1986-; author, consultant. Publications: (ed. with D.S. Lopez) The Jet Age, 1979; Flying: An Introduction to Flight, 1980; Messerschmitt Me 262: An Arrow to the Future, 1980, 1994; Boeing B-52: A Documentary History, 1981, 1994; Aircraft Treasures of Silver Hill, 1982; DeHavilland DH-4: From Flaming Coffin to Living Legend, 1982; Phantom in Combat, 1985, 1994; The Leading Edge, 1986; (with S.L. Thompson) The Wild Blue (novel), 1986; The Smithsonian Book of Flight, 1987; The Smithsonian Book of Flight for Children, 1988; Power behind the Wheel: Creativity and the Evolution of the Automobile, 1988; Trophy for Eagles (novel), 1989; Flight, 1990; Weapons of Desert Storm, 1991; Gulf War, 1991; Eagles at War (novel), 1991; Air Force Eagles (novel), 1992; Classic Aircraft, 1992; Art in Flight, 1992; Silver Wings, the History of the USAF, 1993; Clash of Wings, World War II in the Air, 1994; Clash of Titans, World War II at Sea, 1995; Fly Past, Fly Present, 1995; Beyond the Wild Blue: A History of the USAF 1947-1997, 1997; Beyond the Horizons: The Lockheed Story, 1998; (with P. Handleman) Brassell's Air Combat Reader, 1999; Aces in Combat, 2001; The Best of Wings, 2001; Classic Aircraft, 2001; Aviation 100, Vol. I, Vol II. Address: 21028 Starflower Way, Ashburn, VA 20147-4700, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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