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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, August 2007 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Glacier Girl Expected in UK ? 65 Years Late - Michael O'Leary reports on the ongoing preparations for the transatlantic flight, and appearance at Duxford, of Lockheed P-38F Glacier Girl
Into the Fjord of Death - Matthew Willis and Simon Partridge reassess the disastrous 1940 Blackburn Skua raid on the German battle cruiser Scharnhorst
The Office...A detailed look in the cockpit of the Curtiss P-40E Warhawk, with graphic by Ian Bott
Testing the Tin Triangle - Tony Blackman recounts his experiences as both Service and Avro test pilot, flying the Vulcan delta-wing V-bomber
The Lady's Not For Scrapping - The fate of the famous Consolidated Liberator bomber Lady be Good, abandoned in the Libyan Desert in 1943, is certainly not all doom and gloom, as Peter R. Arnold explains
A Fresh Wind - Richard Paver reports on Hawker Hurricane G-HURR, now in its third new paint scheme since its return to airworthiness-in 1995. With exclusive air-to-air pictures.
The Cutting Edge - Bob Gardner concludes his two-part story of the career of Royal Navy jet fighter pilot John Middleton, focusing on his experiences with the carrier-borne Supermarine Scimitar
South by Southwest - The final article of Keith A. Saunders two-part survey of the small regional operators that have served England's West Country since the early 1930s

News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Observer's Notes - Regular Aeroplane columnist James Kightly comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on various topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with Admiral Nicholas Goodhart, inventor of the mirror landing system
High Society - This month we look at The Old Dux Association, for those who served at RAF Duxford
Picture of the Month - To complement the feature on page 22, we are offering a striking image of a Skua
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 90 years ago ? August 1917
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

The Messerschmitt Bf 110 - Wartime German aircraft specialist Dr Alfred Price describes the evolution of the Luftwaffe's sleek twin- engined jack-of-all-trades, which, after a mauling in the Battle of Britain, went on to serve in a number of roles in most theatres of operation and excelled as a nightfighter. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall and cutaway illustration by J.H. Clark

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