I know I have epubs on the KC-135R and C-17 from my friend on a old laptop from when he was going through the 17 school at Altus back in 08. I have a bookshelf with a number of original pubs for Army helicopters UH-1, OH-6, OH-58, AH-64, UH-60 and CH-47 and some fixed wing including my fav aircraft, the OV-1 Mohawk. Manuals ranging from 1963 to more recent. For printed AF stuff, I have -1's for the OV-10A, O-2A, and F-15E. NATOPS I have one for the OV-10A and one for the KC-130. Those are all the operators, I have some Mx manuals as well and of course a number of CLs.
That's a nice collection.
In terms of epubs, I've got a few KC-135E, R/T and E/R/T manuals, also some KC-135A manuals, but those for the 'A' model are scanned not vector graphics format. For the C-17A I've got a 2004 & 2010 -1, as well as a 2010 cargo loading manual and 2008 maintenance Wiring Guide manual. I appear to have similar army manuals to yourself but they're all epubs, for the C & RC-12 series, OH-58A/C & D, AH-1F, EH & UH-60A/L/M & P, AH-64A & D (Block's I, II & III), CH-47C/D & F & UH-1H/V. I do have NATOPS epubs for the KC-130F & J and about 30 epub maintenance manuals for the 'F' model which also covers other models in some cases.
As for printed hard copies, I only have a few manuals including the 2 AFTTPs I posted above. The others are:
1986 A-6E TRAM/KA-6D NATOPS
1995 A-6E TRAM/SWIP NATOPS
1991 A-6E ECM maintenance manual
1988 A-6E Tactical Manual Vol.I
1967 A-6A Bombardier/Navigator Handbook by Litton Industries
1995 F-15E-1 (a moderate copy)
1995 F-15E-1-1 (a moderate copy)
1998 F-15E-34 (This manual is missing 186 pages of which I've been able to recover 154 pages, albeit in digital epub format)
I'm waiting for a 2006 F-16CG-34 (hard copy) which I'll probably receive by the end of the year (2019), but I'd prefer a digital epub version of it to be honest.
BTW, what are Mx manuals and what is it about the OV-1 that makes it your favourite?
Edited by Blaze1, 01 January 2019 - 02:55 AM.