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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, August 1989 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Wings of change - Part 1 - The de Havilland D.H. 106 Comet, the world's first true jet transport, is reappraised by J. M. Ramsden
R. E. Bishop - J. M. Ramsden's appreciation of the designer of the D.H. 106, who died on June 11 this year
The Folland racers - Ken Wixey concludes his three-part history of a long line of inter- war racing aircraft
Mossies over the Med - Part 1 - Former RAF airframe fitter Fred Adkin begins his three-part recollection of service with No 13 Squadron in the Middle East and Mediterranean
Personal album - civil - Between-the-wars snaps of mainly de Havilland aircraft types
Choppers over Malaya - lan Hayes recounts how the helicopter proved its worth in 1950-59 during the Malayan Campaign
Skywriters
Personal album - military Grumman types and others
Bush's baby - Howard Levy reports on a Georgia-based Grumman Avenger
Painted wings - Preview of this year's Guild of Aviation Artists' annual exhibition
Rhinebeck's joyrider - Howard Levy describes Cole Paten's Old Rhinebeck- based New Standard D-25
February '42 - To mark the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Air Transport Auxiliary, former ATA pilot Ann Welch OBE recalls a typical month's ferry-flying
Preservation Profile - The Sywell-based Miles Messenger 2 A G-AKIN is this month's subject
Wings of peace - The Vickers Vanguard, Viastra and Vellox are examined in John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners
"Ginger" Lacey - Richard Townshend Bickers pays tribute to Sqn Ldr J. H. "Ginger" Lacey DFM and Bar, who died on May 30 this year
Canberra camaraderie - Wg Car Trevor Oakey AFC RAF reports on the type's 40th birthday celebrations

JOHN RIGBY'S dramatic front cover photograph features the former Nick Grace "Messerschmitt Bf 109J" G-BOML, now owned by Ray Manna's Old Flying Machine Company and based at Duxford. This month's centre-spread features more of JOHN RIGBY'S shots of this aircraft, in which Ray and his son Mark took turns in displaying the aircraft for John's camera. It is painted in the colours of Jagdgeschwader 53, "Pik-As", operating from Sicily in 1943.
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