Electronic Aggressors: US Navy Electronic Threat Environment Squadrons Part One Book Review
|Date of Review||August 2019||Title||Electronic Aggressors: US Navy Electronic Threat Environment Squadrons Part One|
|Author||Angelo Romano||Publisher||Ginter Books|
|Format||220 pages, softbound||MSRP (USD)||$54.95|
US Navy electronic warfare historian Angelo Romano returns with Part 1 of Electronic Aggressors – a stunning survey of “US Navy Electronic Threat Environment Squadrons” from 1949.
No 303 in Ginter Books’ growing range of “US Navy Squadron Histories”, the lavishly illustrated, 220-page production recaps designations and missions of VAQ-33 through 1977:
- VAW-33 and
- Fleet Electronic Warfare Training.
Over 500 photos – mostly color – season the study. Seventy color profiles and unit badges provide plenty of model-project possibilities. And dozens of tables and graphs further augment the effort.
Steady yourself for surprises, too. How about those details and images of EB-47Es? Excellent!
If you got the author’s picture-packed From Bats To Rangers – no 302 in Ginter Books’ “US Navy Squadron Histories” – you know to expect shots of every aircraft type the unit operated. Savor them all.
What a visual and informational feast!
With thanks to Ginter Books!