US Department of Homeland Security Aviation

Published on
December 1, 2022
Review Author(s)
Book Author(s)
Tom Kaminski
Other Publication Information
Paperback, 6.7 x 9.5 inches, 96 pages color
Company: Key Publishing Ltd - Website: Visit Site
Provided by: Casemate Publishers - Website: Visit Site
Front Cover

Key publishing specializes in books covering aviation, transport history and sport. This book is a fairly compact, paperback full color book. There are two primary sections, U.S. Customs and Border protection in the first section and U.S Coast Guard in part two. In each section are two chapters further breaking down into further sub groups.

Most of the aircraft featured are currently use with each organization but a few notable aircraft that have been retired are covered. With each aircraft covered, detailed information on the aircraft, capabilities and missions performed are discussed. Locations for each group is also covered along with a thorough description of each air station. I did not realize how large of a variety of aircraft the Dept of Homeland security operated and the unique marking on some of the aircraft. Aircraft from UAV’s, small fixed wing aircraft (Cessna 206) up to the C-130 is all covered.

This book is highly recommended when modeling homeland security aircraft especially the USCG. If you like brightly colored aircraft, this book is a valuable resource. I would like to thank Casemates and IPMS/USA for this book to review.


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