Ginter Books are for both the aviation enthusiast and the aviation modeler. Each publication seeks to present full information about the history of the aircraft, drawings and photographs of the interiors as well as exteriors, and many of the many color schemes used by the squadrons. This offers both the modeler and the historical customer a general reference guide to each aircraft. The collection of books includes many prototype models that never reached actual production, but were valuable stepping stones in advancing the technology necessary to achieve the modern naval fighters we have today.
These books are a "must" for any serious model builder as they give panel lines, wing-folds, bomb loads, cockpit detail and much more information via line drawings and photographs. They are also a "must" for the aviation history buff, as they detail the "how and why" of the conception of these aircraft.
Photos used have come from a great variety of sources that are credited in their captions. Many photos have not been used in any other publications before. Anyone having photos or other information on any of these aircraft or other Naval or Air Force aircraft may submit them for possible inclusion in future issues. Individuals are responsible for security clearance of any material before submission.