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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 1982 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - News from the aircraft preservation world
Cranwell to Karachi non-stop - Terry Heffernan recalls the first non-stop flight from England to India, made by a Fairey long-range monoplane in April 1929
Personal Album - More photographs from readers' albums; in this case a collection of early FAA pictures
Navigator's Progress - Part 12 - In which our resident navigator, Roy Nesbit, signs off with No 217 Squadron
Shangri-La - Michael O'Leary tells how the last remaining airworthy P-51B Mustang was put together in the USA
Bristol Bulldog - The third of Michael Turner's vivid paintings reproduced from Royal Air Force: the aircraft in service since 1918
Competition results - The results of the Plane Spotting, Recognition and Caption competitions
Tales of an indifferent naval pilot - Part 4 - Wing Commander E. M. Ackery's last few months with No 242 Squadron bring this series to a close
"All good things are three" - A story picked up by Rick Chapman after a few beers with an ex-WWII German fighter pilot
On the lighter side - More news of microlights, gyrocopters and other activities appealing to the impecunious
Six Six Three - AOP - Part 2 - Fred Adkin goes on a summer camp with No 1951 Flight, 663 RAAF AOP Squadron's Austers
Preservation Profile - Short Sunderland N158J has the "This is your life" treatment
Deja Vu - Richard Riding tells how a man and his aeroplane were re-united after nearly 50 years
Airspeed's elegant Ambassador - Don Middleton opens his account of the aesthetical airliner that became a legend in its own lifetime
Isn't it time we stopped poo-poohing the poor Pou ? Part 2 - Arthur Ord-Hume concludes his humorous reassessment of an aeroplane that was once regarded as a deathtrap
Veteran Velos - Alien Wheeler recalls a thirsty beast he once owned in the 1930s

Our front cover was one of our recent camera competition entries and was taken by 16-year-old MARSTON BAILEY? his father Roger owns that immaculate black and gold D.H. Puss Moth G-ABLS. Marston's photograph of the Beech 17S G-BDGK was taken at the 1980 PFA Rally at Henstridge in Dorset. The inside front cover depicts Convair B-36 492095 an example of the largest aeroplane, in sheer size, ever to serve with the USAF. Colin Smedley's photograph of the Leisure Sport replica Supermarine S-5, inside back cover, was taken at Calshot during the 50th anniversary of the Schneider Trophy Contest celebrations in September 1981. The P-51B Mustang Shangri-La, photographed by MICHAEL O'LEARY, which appears on our centrespread is the subject of an article on pages 74-75.
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