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Tiger Books, 1977 London. 1997. Although the type of small naval vessels now commonly called FACs (fast attack craft) were used in both World Wars, the craft of that period were hampered by their restriction to the free running torpedo as their primary weapon. After World War II, the development of the surface launched guided missile as an effective and reliable weapon significantly enhanced the role of the FAC. This transformation has now created a weapon that is both affordable and effective and which can have a decisive effect on larger warships. 20,000 words of expert text and data with many illustrations of naval craft. Illustrated dust jacket over similarly illustrated laminated pictorial boards. Pristine condition. 77pp 220 x 120mm