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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
HEADLINE - News we thought we would never hear ? Vulcan XH558 is on the way to flying again.
NEWS...An extra large helping of news and views from around the world of aviation heritage. DC-2 returns to Holland; multi-warbird accident at Oshkosh. gems from Burma recovered. There's so much that we have News Extra on page 98!
AN INCREDIBLE 'LANC' - Don Darbyshire takes a look at Australia's Lancaster G-George, a remarkable survivor.
HELP! - More cries for information, photographs and enlighten- ment from readers.
AIRSHOW - Tenth anniversary delights at Breighton; the incredible Fifties show at Coventry; AirVenture Oshkosh 99 and our calendar of events.
GLIDER TURNED PROVIDER - Ken Wixey marks the soth birthday of Fairchild's C-123 airlifter.
WHAT'S NEW - Another barrage of books to tempt readers.
BOMBERS ON TOUR - Every year, the Collings Foundation B-iy and B-24 set out to 'spread the word'. Frank B Mormillo reports on a special pair of bombers.
'OPS' BOARD - Essential reading: what's happening where.
AVIATION UNLIMITED - Those that know Ken Ward and his North Yorkshire Aircraft Recovery Centre will attest to what a powerhouse he is. Hugh Trevor visited an aviation * heritage stalwart.
HISTORY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS - Dave Smith talks to Craig Fuller, helping others to research US military crashes.
RELECTANT 'WIMPEY' PILOT - Peter Bardon proving that not everyone thought the Wellington was the best thing since sliced bread!
IN MY SPERRY BALL I SIT - Ben Yedlin with a frank and moving series of memories of life as a 8-24 ball turret gunner.
STILL WORKING! - Geoffrey P Jones visits Saber Air ? a staunch DC-3 operator.
MEN BEHIND THE MEDALS - Graham Pitchfork examines the flying career of Jimmy Duncan, Biscay fighter pilot.
A BREAK FROM ROUTINE - Shiomo Aloni describes a Meteor ferry flight from the UK to Israel that should have been normal. As it turned out, it was full of incident and took nearly a month!
GLORY DAYS - De Havilland's DH.ii2 Venom, a more pugnacious outgrowth of the Vampire, is 50 this month.
FLYPOST - Views on the American Air Museum at Duxford. Invaders, Bearcats, decoys, the BBMF Lancaster, Sunderlands - and kilts!
HOUSE OF MEMORIES - Robert Rudhall visits the North Weald Airfield Museum, where history is being made accessible.
FROM THE WORKSHOP - Bomber beautification in Oregon involves a speciality in 'nose Jobs'! Mark Munzel reports.
MUSTANG GENERATIONS - Warbird historian Dick Phillips presents a 'before and after' portfolio of selected P-sis.
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