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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
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SHARPENING THE USAFS TALONS - Developments of the T-38 Talon will ensure that the type will remain in service until at least 2020. Michael J Gething looks at the genesis of the latest T-38C model and how the USAF intends to put it to use.
RUSSIA'S EKRANOPLANS - Helmut F Walther reports from Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia's third largest city and home of the Central Hydrofoil Design Bureau, on its work on wing-in-ground effect ekranoplans.
AIRSCENE HEADLINES - Dave Allport examines the NAO criticism of the Army Air Corps Apache acquisition, delivery of the first Advanced Block 52 F-16 to Greece, Boeing's unveiling of its Bird of Prey demonstrator and the launch of the Adam A700 business jet.
IN SEARCH OF LONG-RANGE DOMINANCE THE 777 AND A340 TEAMS COMPETE - Rene J Francillon attempts to make sense of the conflicting claims from these fierce competitors for their long-range jetliners.
MIKOYAN'S LONG-LEGGED HUNTING DOG - Arguably the last Russian interceptor conceived in the 'old Soviet style', the MiG-31 Foxhound was designed for a singular purpose - to defend Russia's vast northern wilderness from invading American bombers. Alan Dawes describes this exceptional fighter.
RAYTHEON AIRCRAFT RETURNS TO TRADITIONAL VALUES - Rod Simpson reports from Wichita on Raytheon's strategy for the future.
BOEING E-3 SENTRY AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM - Such is the importance of airborne eariy warning and control aircraft that military planners would not now consider carrying out any major operations without first ensuring that they had an AWACS aircraft available. Jon Lake describes the Boeing E-3 Sentry family.
ARA - BEDFORD'S BEST KEPT SECRET - As Malcolm English found out when he visited its Bedford site, there are extremely few major aircraft programmes that have not called upon the Aircraft Research Association Ltd's wind tunnel expertise, during its 50-year existence.
'TURBOPROP V JET' - WHAT IS BEST FOR TRAINERS? - Brian Walters assesses the pros and cons of turboprop and turbojet-trainers and looks at the future trainer market.

Regulars:
AIRSCENE - Military, commercial and aerospace industry news from around the world, compiled by Dave Allport.
AIRSCENE COMMERCIAL ACCIDENTS - Chronological list compiled by Dave Allport.
TALKBACK - Readers' letters and photographs of general interest.
IRAN INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW 2002 AIRSCENE - A report and photographs from Iran, by Paul Duffy.
IN PRINT - Reviews of some recent books received.

FRONT COVER - MiG-31b Foxhound-A (page 396); Airbus A340-200 (inset, page 390); Northrop T-38C Talon (inset, page 366).
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