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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
HEADLINE - Flug Werk's Fw 190 goes on show - eleven more to follow!
NEWS - The BEST in aviation heritage news, 14 crammed pages! UK's Sea Vixen gets ready to go! Canberra birthday party. News from around the world - Australia, Finland, New Zealand, South Africa, USA.
AIRSHOW - Kissimmee's Mustang maelstrom; Sun n Fun's delicacies; North Weald debutantes.the dates and venues for July and our own aerojumble and fly-in at Popham..
RACING - The season kicked off in fine form at Kemble, Glos.
DON'T YOU KNOW THERE'S A WAR ON! - The RAF invaded Paris in July 1959. Dick Leggett explains how it took them just 44 minutes, 44 seconds.
MEET'PAPA DOG' - Cessna took just 90 days to create its Model 305 in 1949. Despite the haste, the company sired the Bird Dog breed. Now the UK has a flying 1-19 to admire ? Ken Ellis reports.
FROM THE WORKSHOP - Geoff Jones visits Atlanta to see how the world's largest airline is preserving its past.
HELP! - More readers appealing for information ? and some feedback.
STRIKEMASTER OVER THE CAPE - A former Botswanan BAC Strikemaster has found its way back to Africa and operates out of Cape Town.
WHAT'S NEW - Bumper edition of videos and books newly released.
RICE AND RED KANGAROOS - Wayne Wanstall concludes the history of Royal Australian Air Force operations in South-East Asia, 1945-1995.
MEN BEHIND THE MEDALS - Graham Pitchfork describes the exploits of Pete Perry, who moved from the Army to find action flying Army Co-op recce sorties.
COLLECTAIR - A barrage of items for the mantelpiece, plus a raunchy Bleriot
LADY LUCK - Two narrow escapes during the career of S/L Bob Davies, described by Richard Papworth.
A DREAM COME TRUE - Gerald Spicer recalls the tribulations and triumphs of setting up a memorial.
WAR CHARIOTS - Continuing his series on assault gliders, Bob Weir sums up the Waco Hadrian.
TURNING BACK THE CLOCK - Robert Rudhall visits the fully-restored World War Two 'ops' room at RAF Digby and finds himself back in October 1939.
OPS' BOARD - More happenings for your diary, plus more spy-in-the-sky detective work and recent competition winners.
FLYPAST CLUB - Duxford's May airshow saw a gathering of the clan.
GLORY DAYS - De Havilland's world-beating Comet jetliner is 50 and we look at survivors.
FLYPOST - Black 6 operations philosophy; more readers' memories and feedback.
CRYSTAL PALACE - The magnificent air museum in the heart of Brussels.
YELLOW TREASURE - Wes Agnew takes a nostalgic look back at the cache of 'yellow' aeroplanes he saved from the scrapman.
LET US ENTERTAIN YOU! - The Utterly Butterly 'aerobabes' take a walk on the wild side.
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