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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, January 1988 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
What did happen to Amy Johnson? - Roy Nesbit opens a two-part investigation into the death of 1930s national heroine Amy Johnson
Salute to the Sunderiand - Part 2 - Former Sunder/and captain Ken Robinson continues his 50th anniversary tribute to the great flying-boat with a description of its vital role in the U-boat war
Testing the early American jets - Roland Beamont continues his recollections of test-flying second generation American fighters in the Fifties with the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter
Personal album?civil - The first of two selections of readers' photographs features a collection taken at pre-war Heston Aerodrome
Photographic competition winners - Images of war?Part 3 George Parry traces the 63-year history of the RAF School of Photography, established at Farnborough during World War One
Seattle's crystal palace - J. M. Ramsden reports from the newly-opened Museum of Flight's Great Gallery
Richard Fairey?Part 1 - Kevin Desmond opens his two-part biography of the founder of the Fairey Aviation Company with an account of the pioneer's early life
Personal album?military - A batch of post-war Seafire photographs, with a few land-lubbers thrown in
Wings of peace - Jonn Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with the D.H.50 and D.H.61 biplanes
Bravo Oscar back in the air - Clive DuCros describes his recently-completed restoration of Miles Messenger G-AKBO
Preservation Profile - The Science Museum's H.M.I 4 Pou du del G-AEHM is this month's subject
For business and pleasure - Mike Jensam takes a look at the acrobatic Auster Aiglet of the Fifties
Test pilot profile No 15 - Don Middleton's biography of distinguished test pilot Sammy Wroath

Our front cover photograph, depicting the Chino-based Air Museum's recently-restored MiG-15, was taken by FRANK B. MORMILLO. No apologies for another Mosquito centre-spread: CHUCK SLOAT'S magnificent photograph depicts the recently-exported Mosquito B.35 RS712, now owned by Kermit Weeks and based in Florida
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