The books of Hangar49

Every episode we usually feature an aviation themed book

Oh, sure, we might has missed a few episodes and didn't really get started on this for several months back in 2010, plus it took 5 years to finally make up a list, but here it is.  Enjoy!



Episode 97:  Tracon by Paul McElroy
Episode 96:  I Could Never Be So Lucky by Jimmy Doolittle

Episode 95: Squawk 7700 by Peter Buffington
Episode 94:  Ladybirds II-The Continuing Story of American Women in Aviation by Henry Holden

Episode 93: 100 Years of Boeing by Russ Banham
Episode 92:  Yanks in the RAF: The Story of Maverick Pilots and American Volunteers Who Joined Britain's Fight in WWII by David Alan Johnson
Episode 91: Skyfaring/A Journey with a Pilot by Mark Vanhoenacker
Episode 90: Plane Insanity by Elliot Hester
Episode 89: Ask the Pilot by Patrick Smith
Episode 88: Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand
Episode 87: Naked in Da Nang: A Forward Air Controller in Vietnam by Mike Jackson
Episode 86: Flight/The Complete History by R. G. Grant
Episode 85: West with the Night by Beyrl Markham
Episode 84: Lost Horizon by James Hilton
Episode 83: Cavalry of the Air by Norman Leach
Episode 82: The Thinking Pilot's Flight Manual: Or, How to Survive Flying Little Airplanes and Have a Ball Doing It - by Rick Durden
Episode 81: Airframe by Michael Chrichton
Episode 80: To Conquer the Air by James Tobin
Episode 79: Wild Blue-Men & Boys who flew B-24’s over Germany by Stephen Ambrose
Episode 78:  Thunder in the Tummy! The Hilarious Flying Adventures of a Private Pilot-By Joel Elman
Episode: 77: Flying Through Midnight: A Pilot's Dramatic Story of His Secret Missions Over Laos During the Vietnam War by John T. Halliday
Episode 76:  Aviation at the Edge-John Flexman
Episode 75: Return to Rhinebeck: Flying Vintage Aeroplanes
Episode 74: The Cheapskate's Guide to Getting Your Pilot's License by Mike Arman
Episode 73:  Aircraft Wrecks of the Pacific Northwest by David L McCurry
Episode 72: The FAA Aeronautical Chart Users Guide
Episode 71: Hidden Warbirds: The Epic Stories of Finding, Recovering, and Rebuilding WWII's Lost Aircraft by Nicholas A. Veronico
Episode 70: Non-Stop:  A Turbulent History of Northwest Airlines by Jack El-Hai
Episode 69: Flying! The Curious Kids Book About Airplanes, Aviation, and Space Travel by Brian Sloan
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Episode 65: Ice Pilots-The: Flying with the Mavericks of the Great White North by Michael Vlessides
Episode 64: I Was Hitler's Pilot: The Memoirs of Hans Baur
Episode 63: Forever Flying by Bob Hoover
Episode 62: Flying Tigress by Norah O’Neill
Episode 61: Bound for the Backcountry-A History of Idaho's Remote Airstrips by Richard Holm
Episode 60: Microsoft® Flight Simulator as a Training Aid by Bruce Williams 
Episode 60: Scenario-Based Training with X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator: Using PC-Based Flight Simulations Based on FAA-Industry Training Standards  by Bruce Williams
Episode 59: 11 Days in December-Christmas at the Bulge 1944 by Stanley Weintraub
Episode 58: RAF Fighter Command Pilot The Western Front  1939 - 1942 by Mark Barber
Episode 57: The Hawker Hurricane - Francis D Mason
Episode 56: Flying on Instinct: Canada's Bush Pilot Pioneers (Amazing Stories) by L.D. Cross
Episode 55: Military Low Level Flying Aircraft and the Pilots Who Fly Them by Michael Leek
Episode54: 101 Things to Do With Your Private Pilot License by LeRoy Cook
Episode 53: For God, Country, and the Thrill of It: Women Airforce Service Pilots in World War II by Anne Noggle
Episode 52: Vintage Aircraft Nose Art by Gary Valant
Episode 51: Stick and Rudder by Wolfgang Langewiesche
Episode 50: Flying Carpet-Greg Brown
Episode 49: 99 Ways to Make a Flight Attendant Fly--Off the Handle!: A Guide for the Novice or Oblivious Air Traveler by Joann Deveny
Episode 48: No Empty Chairs: The Short and Heroic Lives of the Young Aviators Who Fought and Died in the First World War by
Ian Mackersey
Episode 47:  A Hundred Feet Over Hell: Flying With the Men of the 220th Recon Airplane Company Over I Corps and the DMZ, Vietnam 1968-1969 by Jim Hooper
Episode 46: Topgun Days: Dogfighting, Cheating Death, and Hollywood Glory as One of America's Best Fighter Jocks  by  Dave "Bio" Baranek 
Episode 45: The Rogue Aviator: In the Back Alleys of Aviation, 2nd Edition by Ace Abbott
Episode 44: ales of An Old Bold Pilot Who Lived To Tell His Story Of Flying The North by Jack McCallum
Episode 43: The Attack of Pearl Harbor:  Strategy, Combat, Myths, and Deceptions - Alan Zimm
Episode 42:  Flying Carpet-The Soul of An Airplane by Greg Brown
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Episode 40: Diary of an Unknown Aviator-War in the Air World War I
Episode 39: Captain Roy Brown: The Definitive Biography, Including His Encounter with the Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen
Episode 38: Military Flight Aptitude Tests for Dummies By Terry J. Hawn and Peter Economy
Episode 37:  The Space Shuttle-Celebrating 30 Years of america's Space Plane by Piers Bizony 
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Episode 35: Epic Flights - Vaughn Hardestry
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Episode 32: Punching Out-High Speed Ejections
Episode 31: The Wrong Stuff by Truman Smith
Episode 30: My Heart is in Africa by Scott Griffin
Episode 29: In Love With Flying by Kenneth Ford
Episode 28: The FAA Airplane Flying Handbook
Episode 27: Plane Insanity: A Flight Attendant's Tales of Sex, Rage, and Queasiness at 30,000 Feet by Elliott Hester
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Episode 25: Flying Legends 2011 Sixteen-Month Calendar by John Dibbs.
Episode 24: Hornet Flight-Ken Follett
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Episode 21: Flight To Heaven: A Plane Crash, A Lone Survivor, A Journey to Heaven, and Back by Dale Black & Ken Gire
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Episode 19:  North Star over my shoulder - A Flying Life by Bob Buck
Episode 18:  The Cannibal Queen by Stephen Coonts
Episode 17:  Chasing the wind: The Autobiography of Steve Fossett
Episode 16:  Aviation's Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of Winged Wonders, Lucky Landings, and Other Aerial Oddities.
Episode 15:  At the Controls: The :sonian National Air and Space Museum Book of Cockpits
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