February 2024 Book Vote: Dogfight

This month's book vote sees five Dogfight titles battling for your support. Read the full descriptions and have your say by filling out the form below. Plus, check out the results of last month's Men-at-Arms vote.

 

F-4B/J Phantom II (Vietnam 1965–73)

Bf 109G/K (Northwest Europe 1943–45)

P-51D/K Mustang (Northwest Europe 1944–45)

Ki-84 ‘Frank’ (Philippines 1944–45)

Mosquito (Northwest Europe 1942–45)

 

 

F-4B/J Phantom II (Vietnam 1965–73)

The US Navy’s colourful Phantom II units were responsible for a number of missile-only aerial victories during the Vietnam War, with crews being credited with more than 40 kills predominantly over North Vietnamese MiG-17s and MiG-21s.

 

Bf 109G/K (Northwest Europe 1943–45)

Despite the Messerschmitt fighter having been involved in air combat over Europe since the very start of World War 2, updated Bf 109G/Ks remained a key weapon in the Luftwaffe’s arsenal during the bloody Defence of the Reich campaign.

 

P-51D/K Mustang (Northwest Europe 1944–45)

The definitive Mustang in World War 2, the P-51D/K began reaching USAAF fighter squadrons of the Eighth Air Force in England in June 1944 and sustained aerial supremacy over Northwest Europe through to VE-Day as the aircraft supported the Allies’ daylight bombing campaign.

 

Ki-84 ‘Frank’ (Philippines 1944–45)

The most advanced fighter to equip the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in quantity, the Ki-84 ‘Frank’ saw considerable action in the ill-fated defence of the Philippines in 1944–45. The aircraft was used as both a fighter and kamikaze in response to the overwhelming invasion force fielded by the Allies.

 

Mosquito (Northwest Europe 1942–45)

The elegant, all-wooden Mosquito was the most effective nightfighter fielded by the Allies in World War, with radar-equipped variants wreaking havoc amongst Luftwaffe bombers over both occupied Europe and Britain.

 

 

Last month, we asked what you would like to see published in our Men-at-Arms series. Thank you to everyone who voted and provided feedback. The results gave us a clear winner. Check out the full results below!

 

Safavid Armies 1501–1736 (18%)

Swedish Armies 1655–1721 (26%)

The Armies of Germany 1848–66 (20%)

American Volunteers at War 1914–45 (20.5%)

The Pakistan Army at War 1947–99 (15.5%)

 

February 2024 Book Vote: Dogfight

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