The end of World War II marks the dawn of the Jet Age. Combat aircraft ride on plumes of fire and break the speed of sound. They launch missiles from impossible ranges and destroy their foes without ever meeting face-to-face.
Fly U.N. F-86 Sabres against MiG-15s in the skies over Korea, or have powerful US Navy F-4 Phantoms tangle with agile MiG-21s in Vietnam. Fast forward to the Digital Era and have NATO F-16s battle MiG-29s in the First Gulf War.
The Jet Age Sourcebook contains the stats for thirty famous aircraft spanning fifty years of history, as well as rules for electronic warfare, beyond visual range combat, and precision bombing.