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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, December 2006 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
A Smorgasbord of Jets - Gerard Boymans reports on Sweden's collection of vintage jets, including the Saab J29 and D.H. Vampire seen at this year's Jersey International Air Show
Testing the Pup - Shuttleworth chief pilot Andy Sephton gives a first-hand account of his test flight in the Collection's example of Sopwith's much-loved First World War scout
The Office... A look in the cockpit of the Hawker Typhoon Mk IB, with photography by Dan Patterson
From Halton to the Cold War - "Trenchard Brat" Eric Mold tells his story to Jack Meadows ? from RAF apprentice to RCAF nuclear-capable F-104 pilot
Stratocruiser Down! - Fifty years ago Pan Am Flight 943 suffered double engine failure over the Pacific. Gerald Haigh tells what happened next
Buchon: Piloting the Pocket Rocket - Richard Paver photographs a recently-restored Hispano Buchon and talks to its pilots
Personal Album - Former RAF engineer Brian Taylor photographed a huge variety of aircraft while based at RAF Tengah in the mid-1950s
Stearman's First - In California, a rare example of Lloyd Stearman's first aircraft for his own company, the two-seat C3B, has recently returned to the air. Frank Mormillo reports
Aeroplane's Christmas Gifts Guide - What to buy for the aviation enthusiast who has everything? Here are some ideas...

News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Observer's Notes - Aeroplane's new columnist, James Kightly, comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on various topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with the one-time General Manager of the Shuttleworth Collection, David Ogiivy OBE FRAeS
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 75 years ago ? December 1931
High Society - This month's subject is Swingtail, an association dedicated to the memory of the distinctive Canadair CL-44
Picture of the Month - To coincide with this month's Database, we offer prints of the Supermarine Swift F.3
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

Database: The Supermarine Swift:
Widely-respected Cold War era specialist Tony Buttler describes the genesis and development of designer Joe Smith's troubled Swift, which after a shaky start as a high- altitude interceptor finally found its feet as a low-level photo-reconnaissance fighter. Including a pilot's perspective by Gp Capt Nigel Walpole and scale drawings by Tim Hall

Navigator - Our Navigator section at the back of the magazine tells you all you need to know about what to buy and where to go:
- Book and DVD reviews
- Internet review
- Information Exchange
- Reader offers
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- Aeroplane services - back-issues, binders, subscriptions, newsagent order form, annual index and more
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