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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, April 1996 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features & Regulars:
TESTED & FAILED - Derek Collier Webb recounts some of the flight test accidents which befell the Blackburn Firebrand
DOUGLAS UNCOMMERCIAL - Of all the Douglas Commercials, the DC-5 remains the least known and, apart from the DC-1, was built in the smallest numbers. Mike Hardy recounts its story
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - Colour photographs of RAF aircraft taken in the Fifties
NOCTURNAL NAVIGATOR - Ted Hooton continues his recollections of his RAF career
HEAD-HUNTER - Tim Spencer tells how he set about tracking down the original owner of a World War Two USAAF flying helmet
CIVIL PERSONAL ALBUM - A selection of pre-war photographs, mainly from Hungary
QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - More questions and answers from readers, on a variety of topics
PRESERVATION PROFILE - Richard Paver reveals the history of Robert Davies's Harvard T-6J G-TVIJ
THE INTREPID BOER - Bill Mosenthal begins a two-part biography of South African pilot Lt Col P.S. Joubert DSO AFC
SWISS MISCELLANY - A selection of Swiss military aircraft photographed in the late Fifties and early Sixties by Erich Gandet
DELTA DEVELOPMENTS - Eric Morgan and Edward Shacklady conclude their series on the development of the Gloster javelin with a rundown of design proposals which remained on the drawing board
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Book and video reviews
FLYING ACES - Kenneth Aitken continues his series of caricatures of fighter aces with Oswald Boelcke
GREAT MOMENTS - The world's first transocean airline passenger service
COMPETITION - This month's Diversions competition features the chance to win one of two leather flying jackets
VINTAGE NEWS - The latest aircraft preservation news, with Michael Oakey

Spitfire ? into me next millennium:
Part Two of our special coverage to mark the 60th anniversary of the Supermarine Spitfire:
FIGHTER LEADER - One of the world's most experienced Spitfire display pilots, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Sqn Ldr Paul Day, talks to Richard Paver
THE FLYERS - Part Two of our guide to the world's 46 airworthy Spitfires covers Marks XIV to XIX and the two-seat trainers
ONE OF THE FAMILY - Spitfire owner and pilot Carolyn Grace talks to Melvyn Hiscock about the logistics of owning a legend

FRONT COVER - Carolyn Grace flying her two-seat Spitfire Tr.9 trainer ML407/G-LFIX for the camera of JOHN DIBBS. Now back in the full colours of Johnnie Houlton (485 Sqn) after a season in Free French markings, the aircraft ? and its owner ? is the subject of a feature on page 40 of this issue:
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