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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 1990 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Beardmore's heavy metal monsters - The Inverness flying-boat of the late 1920s was every bit as ungainly as it looked. In the first of two articles on Beardmore's all-metal aircraft, Philip Jarrett tells its sad story
The origins of aerial bombardment - Part 3 - Harry Woodman recounts some heavier-than-air experiments in Italy and France, and the Michelin bombing competition of 1912
The first of the many - Bill Gunston appraises a remarkable photograph recently donated to the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum
Daks out East - In the years immediately after World War Two, the Douglas Dakotas of RAF Transport Command could be found performing various duties throughout the Far East ? as recalled by Morley Bunn
Personal album - civil - A selection of colour photographs ofpropliners taken by A. F. Porter in the 1950s and 1960s
What did happen to the Duke of Kent? - Part 2 - Roy Nesbit concludes his detailed two-part investigation into the tragic death in 1942 ofHRH The Duke of Kent, who lost his life in an RAF Sunder/and flying-boat
Bye bye Blackbird - On the occasion of its retirement from USAF service Bill Gunston salutes Lockheed's bewitching SR-71 Blackbird
Personal album - military - A selection of pre-war photographs of RAF biplanes taken at Khartoum and Ismailia
Probe probare - Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan's series on aircraft tested by the A&AEE continues with a pair of Blackburn seabirds, the Skua and Roc
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Navy portfolio - Photographs of FAA aircraft of the 1950s and 1960s
Preservation profile - R. John Parkhouse's recently-restored American-built D.H.60M Moth is this month's subject
Gone with the wind - Lightweight, fatigue-proof wings are no longer merely a dream of the future. David Higgs reports on the growing sport of paragliding
Flying starts - Former Commander-in-Chief of RAF Coastal Command Air Marshal Sir Edward Chilton KBE CB RAF (Retd) recalls the early days of aircraft catapult testing
CWH Avro Lancaster in detail - Walk-round and internal colour coverage of that other airworthy Lancaster

Front Cover - We have allocated our front cover and colour centre-spread to the awe-inspiring Lockheed SR-71 to mark the retirement of this USAF spyplane ? see January's Grapevine. Bill Gunston salutes the Blackbird on pages 95-99 in this issue.
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