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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, February 1995 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Preservation news - from Michael Oakey
Handling the Stearman - Bob Grimstead provides comparative handling notes for both the standard-engined and more powerful Super Stearman biplanes. Michael A'Court took the photographs
Spitfire anatomy S.J. Paine's engineering history of the Supermarine Spitfire and the Seafire continues with notes on the PR.X, the F Mk XIV, Seafire XV and the Spitfire XVI
Vickers Vildebeest and Vincent - Philip jarrett continues our series on inter-war RAF biplane bombers with the evolution of the Vickers Vildebeest and its general-purpose development, the Vincent
Fathers of world aviation - Ken Aitken caricatures Donald Douglas
Camera On the Wing - Former Temple Press photographer Maurice Rowe recalls his experiences working for The Aeroplane when it was a weekly news magazine
Military personal album - RAF and European aeroplanes of the Sixties photographed by Mike Hooks
Canberras over the USSR - Did RAF reconnaissance aircraft secretly fly above Soviet air defences in the Fifties to photograph a Russian missile centre on the Volga? Paul Lashmar looks at the evidence
Discharged - Gordon Bain photographed the Electronics Warfare Canberra T.1 7s of 360 Sqn shortly before the unit's recent disbandment
Imperial adventurer - Harry Morris continues his recollections of pioneering days on Imperial Airways' West Africa routes in the mid-Thirties
Purple Pursuit - A recently-built replica of a World War One Siemens-Schuckert D IV fighter is described and photographed by Howard Levy
Skywriters- Readers' letters
Crossed Wires - Doug Vernon tells of a disastrously unsuccessful attempt to fly an ancient Bleriot XI monoplane at Buc near Paris in 1946
Mismatched Skua - Peter London records the evolution and history of Blackburn's dual-purpose fighter / dive-bomber
Crosswind - More asides and broadsides from John Maynard
Flea fever - Howard Shore colourfully describes how he finally finished building the Flying Flea he first contemplated 50 years ago
Schoolboy memories of Drem - Kenneth McDowall recalls highlights of wartime spotting at this Scottish airfield
Post-War Propliners - John Stroud describes that Russian workhorse, the Antonov An-2
Competition - This month's Diversions page features a chance to win some superb bomber videos

Front Cover - HOWARD LEVY photographed Frank Ryder's strikingly-painted Siemens-Schuckert D IV replica at the time of the Aerodrome '94 meeting in Alabama - see Purple pursuit on pages 42-44 of this issue
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