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HEADLINE - At Audley End in Essex, three Spitfire restoration projects look set to fly in 2000.

NEWS... Fifteen pages of news from around the world. Reno fatality and race results; Hunters take to the skies; the RAF prepares to say goodbye to the piston engine; Britannia make-over and much, much more!

'COBRAS OVER NEW GUINEA - Myth has it that other than in Soviet use, the P-39 Airacobra had a poor combat record. Not so, John C Stanaway proves that in New Guinea it gave a very good account of itself.

IN THE SHADOW OF THE TAJ MAHAL - John Barker and Alan Warnes visit the Randolph Air Force Base Heritage Park in Texas.

HELP! - More questions raised, and some answered.

TENDER MOMENTS - Reader Daniel Mather discovered RAF disposal documents from 1946. Kieran Hardly did some sleuthing.

WHAT'S NEW - More books hoping to join your bookshelf.

AIRFIELDS TO ORDER - In the first of two airfield-related features, Anthony Betts outlines the history of the Airfield Construction Service, 1939 to 1946.

GLORY DAYS - Paying homage to the magnificent Douglas ?-124 Globemaster II - 50 years old this month.

GLOBEMASTER SURVIVORS - Daniel Ford examines the ?-124 population.

SHE'S GOT THE LOOK! - Craig P Justo on the Nanchang CJ-6A, a Chinese . Seductress that has a 1940S look, but is a child of the 1960s.

AIRSHOW - Reports from Raydon and from Jersey, plus news of other events and the end-of-year diary.

INVADER UNFOLDED - The Douglas A-26 Invader is the subject of our 'Classic Profile' gatefold.

'RED STOCKING' - R Wallace Clarke recounts the Invader's use in clandestine operations within the Third Reich during the last months of the war.

AIRFIELDS OF THE 'MID-SHIRES' - Ken Delve concludes his gazetteer of the World War Two airfields of Oxfordshire, Bucks. Beds and Herts.

TRIPLE APPEAL! - Ken Ellis visits the Ulster Aviation Heritage Centre at Langford Lodge.

OPS' BOARD - Essential reading, dates, events and destinations... plus who won the Lightning flight!

WHIRLWINDS IN ACTION - Sikorsky's S-55 workhorse flew for the first time on November 10, 1949. To celebrate the type's soth' birthday, Dave Scowen remembers 'sharp end' use by the Royal Navy in the early i96os.

FLYPOST - Readers write in with views on recent features.

HAT TRICK! - Roger Hayes crowned the air race season with his third King's Cup. Ken Ellis reports.

CUTAWAY CATALINA - David Legg describes a project underway at Pensacola to save a unique PBY.

REACHING FOR THE SKY - The dreams of many aircraft fans may be realised in the not-too-distant future. Robert Rudhall visited Bruntingthorpe to hear the latest developments in the plan to re-fly XH558.
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