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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, December 2007 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Protection by Deception - As part of our Hidden History series former Wellington aircrew member Dennis Cooke explains how, in August 1942, Air Vice-Marshal Keith Park helped to save a vital rehef convoy to Malta - by using false radio messages
Flying for a Song - Lewis Benjamin was part of a post-war effort by a group of enthusiasts to introduce a grass-roots flying club to the South Coast; he details the genesis, development and decline of Shoreham's Brookside Flying Club
Spitfire Women - For his superb new book, Spitfire Women of World War II. Giles Whittell spoke to more than a dozen survivors of the women's branch of the wartime Air Transport Auxiliary; he describes some of the exploits of this remarkable group of female pilots
Those Magnificent (French) Men - With the help of an old airshow programme,Johnny de Uphaugh takes us back in time to a gathering of flying pioneers in Nice in 1922
Mustang Show Report - The Gathering of Mustangs and Legends held at Columbus, Ohio, commemorated both man and machine. Aeroplane's Assistant Editor, Tony Harmsworth, was there and spoke to the veterans who flew the P-51 into history
Flying the Legend - The Tri-State Warbird Museum's President and Mustang pilot Paul Redlich guides us through flying America's most famous piston fighter. With photography by Xavier Meal

News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Dogfight - Melvyn Hiscock and Aeroplane's Editor, Michael Oakey, debate whether World War One ace Werner Voss's natural skills as a pilot were instrumental in-almost-saving his life
From the Archives - Features Editor Nick Stroud delves into past issues of The Aeroplane. This month he goes back 50 years to December 1957
Aircrew - In Part Three of our new series on aircrew roles,James Kightly looks at that of an observer in a Supermarine Seagull V
Picture of the Month - From our archive of 70,000 glass-plate negatives ? the elegant Trident 1
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics
Flying Visit - Melvyn Hiscock talks to former Gloster Chief Test Pilot Geoff Worrall
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

Database: The Blackburn Suka & Roc:
- MATTHEW WILLIS tells the full story of Blackburn's two naval fighters, both often maligned as hopelessly outclassed and a disaster in combat - the Roc certainly was, but the Skua made a valuable wartime contribution
- The development of the Skua - includes scale drawings by Tim Hall
- A Skua with a turret? Why the Roc was considered "a constant hindrance"
- A technical description of Blackburn's naval seabirds. Includes Skua cutaway
- The Skua's hard-pressed squadrons undertook vital sorties early in the war
- The pilot's perspective; what were the Skua and Roc like to fly?

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