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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Between the Wars Bombers: Ken Wixey examines two single engines types of the 1920s - Avro Aldershot and Fairey Fawn.
Enforcer Rejected: has cancellation of the Piper Enforcer programme brought the P-5ID Mustang line to an end?
Preservation Project: Ken Ellis goes to see the man who is building a 'public Lancaster".
YAF's Last Stand: the sole surviving wing of Yesterday's Air Force in America.
Air Weapons of the RAF: the recoilless Davis Gun of World War I held much promise, but presented considerable hazard to the aircraft it was fitted to!
The Collectair: Christie's man Jeremy Collins starts a new monthly section on items of aeronautica.
Aviation Archaeology: Peter Moran reports on the successful recovery of a Wildcat from the middle of an Irish lough.
Preservation News: world-wide round-up of preservation activity including the Fw 190 that has 'breathed' again after 39 years.
The Professionals: Lines Aerial Spraying Co doesn't sound like a major restoration centre but, as Bob Ogden discovered, first impressions can deceive.
Airshow 84: this final coverage of the 1984 season includes the Great Warbirds, Finningley, Farnborough, Abingdon and Duxford events.
Disposal: start of another new series in which Phillip Chinnery tracks down the fate of aircraft types withdrawn from service. First subject is the Convair/Consolidated B-36 Peacemaker.
Operation Taxable: the secret story of how 617 Squadron flew their Lancasters to simulate an 8 knots invasion fleet on D-Day.
Type Report: special update on the world of Mosquitoes by Stuart Howe and Spitfires by Peter Arnold.
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