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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 1993 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
By day and by night - Part 9 - Owen Thetford recounts the service history of the ungainly Fairey Fawn bomber of 1 923
PitCaim's pinwheels - Part 2 - Howard Levy's history of American aircraft manufacturer Harold Pitcairn's Autogiro series of the 1930s
Still On patrol - Howard Levy reports from California on the world's only airworthy Thomas-Morse Scout
Skywriters Readers' letters
Flying Was Still fun - Part 5 - Wg Cdr jack Meadows DFC AFC AE recalls flying 219 Sqn Mosquitoes in France during the winter of 1944-45
The Whistling Wheelbarrow - Part 2 - Ray Williams continues his history of the twin-boomed Armstrong Whitworth Argosy freighter Armchair aviation Melvyn Hiscock's reviews of books and videos
Gulf hawk 4th - Michael O'Leary reports on the restoration of a famous Grumman Bearcat
Civil personal album - Michael Draper's photographs of Avro XIXs he and others flew on Biafran mercy missions in 1968
Boulton Paul's dicey deltas - Barry Jones describes the Boulton Paul P.111 and P.120
Sling's Sailplanes - Part 7 - Martin Simons describes the Type 6 Kirby Kadet of 1936
Spitfire notebook - Part 23 - The Spitfire F.21 described
Great flights of 1933 - 60 years ago - cartoonist Holly brings to mind the major aviation events of 1933
No Shots please, We're British - Part 8 of Roger Anthoine's series on wartime aircraft which arrived by one means or another in neutral Switzerland
Military personal album - wartime RAF photographs - John Stroud's series on European airliners continues with the Avro York
Air OP Austers - Part 2 - John Moss MC continues his history of Air Observation Post Austers in World War Two
Preservation profile - Royal Air Force DHC-I Chipmunk WK590, based at RAF Finningley, is this month's subject
Plane crazy postbag - Readers' letters about aeronautical dwellings
Diversions - Something different this month - the Shuttleworth Collection's prize draw for flights in the Avro Tutor

Front Cover - Magnificently restored Grumman C-58A Bearcat Gulfhawk 4th, painted in the distinctive Gulf Oil house colours, is the subject of MICHAEL O'LEARY'S cover photograph.
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