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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Probe probare No 19: D.H.91 Albatross - Alee Lumsden and Terry Heffernan continue their series on aircraft which received special attention from the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment with an exam- ination of the test reports for the D.H. Albatross civil airliner of the Thirties
Fit for a king - Part 2 - Concluding our article on the King's Flight, we chart the unit's history during and after
World War Two Personal Album - Stephen Daley shares his photographs of Dragons and Dragon Rapides taken between 1942 and 1946
The Allied plan to bomb Russia - Part 1 - Roy Nesbit reveals the RAF's secret plans to destroy Hitler's oil resources in neutral Russia in 1940
Sea Fury - Part 1 - Ray Williams begins a six-part series on the Royal Navy's last piston-engined fighter. In Part One he examines the Sea Fury's illustrious Hawker lineage and its prototype developments
Test pilot profile No 13 - Capt E. M. "Winkle" Brown - Don Middleton traces the career of the naval and experimental test pilot who has flown no fewer than 485 different aircraft types
Testing the ultimate bomber - Part 2 - The TSR.2 programme was cancelled 20 years ago at the high point of its success. Roland Beamont, former chief military test pilot of BAC, continues his account of the prototype's test programme with Part Two, in which he takes the aircraft on its maiden flight and, later, has to attempt a "tiptoe" landing because of an undercarriage malfunction
Preservation profile - A Beech Staggerwing from down under is this month's subject
Wings of peace - John Stroud continues his series on inter-war European transport aircraft with the Westland IV and Wessex
The barnstormer's apprentice - Part 2 - Having joined barnstorming company Northern Air Transport as an engineer apprentice in 1928 Harry Morris dreams of the day when he will go out on tour with the barnstormers. In Part Two of this four-part series his ambition is realised
British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 57: Vickers Type 98 Vagabond 666 - Richard Riding describes a Vickers design which was built by A. V. Roe to compete in the 1924 two-seater Lympne lightplane trials
Armchair aviation - Special bumper selection for holiday reading
Book competition - Your chance to win a copy of Jane's all the world's aircraft 1985-86
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