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eatures: Divine Wind to Destruction - For this month's Hidden History William Cameron reveals how Japan sent bomb-carrying aircraft more than 6,000 miles on raids to North America The Power and the Glory - Christopher Starr explains how Rolls-Royce developed the superb "R" racing engine that powered Britain to ultimate Schneider Trophy victory Airliner Archive - We introduce a new series of stunning images from the collections of aircraft manufacturers and airlines of the inter-war period with aJunkersJu 86 Arctic Eagle - Highest-scoring living Luftwaffe ace Walter Schuck recalls the "most thrilling day of my entire career", when he shot down 12 Soviet aircraft over the Arctic tundra in his MesserschmittBf109G Now... where's my metric socket-set? - Continuing the Bf 109 theme, we preview the latest addition to the extremely popular Haynes Owners' Workshop Manual series Dawn Strike on the Mau Mau - In the first part of our new Fricker's World series, we revisitJohn Fricker's 1950s exploits for The Aeroplane, starting with his trip to Kenya in early 1955 ATAgirl! - Duxford's Autumn Air Show featured a special tribute to the women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary The French Connection - Shiomo Aloni traces the long Israeli Air Force career of Dassault's MD.450 Ouragan - a type it initially rejected Regulars: News - All the latest preservation news, compiled byTonyHarmsworth Readers'Archive - This month's photographic selection was submitted by Robert F. Dorr, from his time serving with the USAF at Osan, Korea, during 1958-60 Dog FAC pilot Picture of the Month - February's offering is a stunning image of Avro Vulcan VX770 taken in 1952 From the Archives - Nick Stroud revisits the aviation news and issues of 90 years agoa€1920 Where on Earth? - Peter Davison is on the hunt in Siberia for the Tupolev Tu-144 Charger, affectionately known as ""Konkordski"". Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics Flying Visit - Melvyn Hiscock puts the usual questions to former Battle of France Hurricane pilot Wg Cdr Peter Ayerst Hairy Moment - Our regular spot for your historic-aviation close calls In Database: Avro Shackleton - ROGER CARVELL tells the full story of Britain's last great piston-engined maritime guardian The last of the Lancaster line - the development of the dependable Shack Scale drawings - the MR.1, AEW.2 and MR.3 (Phase 3), by Juanita Franzi Avro's maritime masterpiece - the Shackleton's long RAF career Mike Badrocke's superb MR.3 cutaway The shooting warsa€" more than just a sub-hunter, the Shack dropped bombs in anger in conflicts in the Middle East Springbok Shacks - the SAAF Shackletons Survivors-a full list of those still left In Navigator: Our Navigator section at the back of the magazine tells you all you need to know about what to buy and where to go: Three Greens Book Reviews Auction update Information Exchange Registration Update Airshows & Events, Lost & Found Classified Aeroplane services - back-issues, subscriptions, binders, newsagent order form, annual index and more Contacts and next month in Aeroplane
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