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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Canberra Survivors - Tim Senior completes our tribute to the Canberra in its 50th year by listing all current airworthy aircraft either in civilian hands or military service
COVER STORY - USAF Demo Team - A stunning pictorial review by Michael O'Leary of the recently-formed USAF Heritage Flight, which combines current frontline hardware like the F-15 and F-16, with classic LJSAAF warbirds of World War 2
The Last Crusade - The most evocative fighters in Europe, the handful of veteran French Aeronavale F-8 Crusaders are due for retirement on 31 December 1999. Having fought the jet whilst flying Mirage 2000s on exchange, Ian Black charts the history of the 'Crouze' in French service
Baby Boeing's Birth Pains - As the world's most successful jetliner, Boeing's B737 would appear to be in great shape for the millennium thanks to the development of the Next Generation family. However, the aircraft's recent history has been troubled, as Robbie Shaw reports
Flying Reviews - A selection of in-depth book reviews by the editorial team
Smoke Trails - Readers get to 'air' their views
News - A detailed look at Operation Allied Force, plus jet warbird news from the UK and the USA
Operation Southern Watch - A detailed look through the eyes of the protagonists at the combat missions flown by Carrier Air Wing 11 during its recent history-making WestPac deployment in the Persian Gulf aboard USS Carl Vinson. This JETS exclusive features photography of the launching of live bombing missions into Iraq, interviews with combat veterans, and a full serial listing for all the squadrons embarked
No 616 Sqn - First in Jets Part 2 - Concluding his history of No 616 'South Yorkshire' Sqn, squadron archivist. Air Commodore Graham Pitchfork details the unit's postwar exploits with the Meteor. This article includes a full page of specially-commissioned colour profile artwork by John Weal
Hunter International - Tim Senior concludes his review of airworthy Hunters with a comprehensive listing of all international survivors, both in civil and military hands
Lightning T 5 - From the cockpit - Well known ex-Lightning pilot Ian Black describes what it was like to fly the T 5 'Tub' in its final years of RAF service. This feature is illustrated with the author's own stunning photography and a specially-commissioned cockpit artwork by Britain's leading technical artist, John Weal
Canberra Display Team - The activities of Britain's only civilian operators of the Canberra are detailed by operations manager, Stewart Ross, who also recounts the histories of the team's fleet. As part of this article, pilot Dan Griffith provides a candid description of displaying Canberra WK163 at Farnborough 98
Canberra Display Team Competition - Win a day out with WK163 - In a JETS exclusive reader offer, you have the chance of becoming a part of the Canberra Display Team for a day when WK163 participates in Air Atlantiques's 'Fifties Fesival of Flying'

Front Cover: (main image): Capt 'Boz' Beals nuzzles his USAF Heritage Flight F-15C into position beneath B-25 camera-ship Panchito, flown on this occasion by owner Larry Kelley, with Tom Reilly as his co-pilot.
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