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Flypast Magazine, April 2009 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
'Silver Dart' flies in Canada
Aldershot's 'Dak' under restoration
'Hurri-bomber' airborne from North Weald
Ju 88 overhaul in Norway
Warhawk back in the air

News on Other Pages
Memorial to 'friendly fire' Lancaster crew
Famous RAF squadrons re-born with trainer units
Britannia support organisation re-launched

The Way We Were
Our RAF unit history series turns its attentions to 84 Squadron and our artwork zooms in on the gargantuan Blackburn Beverley.

Robin J Brooks charts the Isle of Sheppey's pivotal place in UK and world aviation history.

Glory Days
Daniel Ford pays homage to the 'Talon-ted' Northrop T-38.

Pete West reports from the tenth Masterton gathering in New Zealand.

What's New
Product reviews.

Readers' letters and comments.

'Ops' Board
Where to go and what to see.

Pima Air and Space Museum.

In Focus
Royal Aircraft Factory SE.5A special features

'Far and Away Superior'
James McCudden's assessment of the fighter.

Civilised Savages
Skywriting SE.5As - new use for old warriors.

'Ack', 'Beer' and 'Charlie'
Background to the UK's museum survivors.

Transatlantic SE.5s
US versions of the famous fighter.


'Dazzlin' Deb'
Nigel Price talks to Paul Farber about his immaculate Texan.

In the first of two Lancaster stories, Denys Teare relates his bale out and first moments in enemy territory. PLUS - book offer!

Double Jeopardy
A recently unveiled memorial pays tribute to a Lancaster crew who were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Bill Norman explains.

The Way We Are
An at-a-glance guide to the RAF's present day units to complement our The Way We Were series.

On the Road to Gaza
Jim Grant describes a single recce sortie in 1917, providing vital 'gen' on Turkish troop concentrations in the earliest of air wars over Gaza.

Ordained to Fly
Concluding our tribute to the late John D R Rawlings and his flying diary.

Chris Goss presents a portfolio on the Messerschmitt Bf 110-equipped ZG 76.

Return of the 'Whispering Giant'
Ken Ellis concludes the story of Britannia 'Charlie-Fox' and its new life in Liverpool.

Bug-Eyed and 50!
Frank B Mormillo recounts the pedigree of the Planes of Fame Mohawk - the oldest flying example and a real survivor.

!!<>!!Front Cover - Rob Millinship piloting the world's only airworthy original SE.5A is operated by the wonderful Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden, Bedfordshire. Turn to page 48 for our special features on the type. DARREN HARBAR-FOCAL PLANE IMAGES INSET: Peter Teichman's magnificent 'Hurri-Bomber' has flown from its home at North Weald, Essex - see page 8 for a full report. ANDREW CRITCHELL:
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