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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, January 1997 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
VINTAGE NEWS - The latest preservation news from Michael Oakey
TESTED & FAILED - Derek Collier Webb examines the prob- lematic Vickers Wellington Mks V and VI, the unsuccessful pressurised versions of the famous geodetic bomber
BILL BEDFORD - Philip Jarrett recalls the distinguished career of the former test pilot who died on October 20, 1996
"THE BIGGEST WARBIRD SHOW IN THE WORLD" - John P. Baert looks back at the National Warplane Museum's 15th annual Wings of Eagles airshow held at Batavia, New York State, in August 1996
PROVOST - PISTON TO JET - The story of the design and development of the Hunting Percival piston Provost ab initio RAF trainer and its successor, the Jet Provost, is related in a new two-part account by R. John Silvester
GREAT MOMENTS IN AVIATION - David Baker and artist Mike Roffe recall the story of brothers Ross and Keith Smith's trailblazing 28-day England - Australia flight of November - December 1919 in Vickers Vimy G-EAOU
HEINKEL'S HOT SHIP - Former design engineer Hans Amtmann recalls his encounters with Germany's revolutionary Heinkel He 70, a sleek and shapely high-speed transport monoplane of the 1930s conceived to outperform the latest American offerings by a substantial margin
TRIALS AND TESTBED METEORS - In the final part of his series, Barry Jones examines night-fighter Meteors engaged in radar and guided-weapons trials
ENTERPRISE AT WOBURN - An orgy of Moths and other de Havilland veterans at the de Havilland Moth Club's annual Woburn Weekend last August
LIMITED EDITIONS - Philip Jarrett describes the pretty little Gloster Goldfinch, a metal-framed development of the Gamecock
PRESERVATION PROFILE - Richard Paver traces the history of Folland Gnat T.1 XS102/G-MOUR
BOEING'S LONE RANGER - Patrick Boniface describes Boeing's one- off Sea Ranger military flying-boat
CIVIL PERSONAL ALBUM - Colour photographs of D.H. types taken in the Sixties by Mike Hooks
MONTROSE MEMORIES - Wg Cdr Tom Neil concludes his back- ward glance at catastrophe and comedy during his RAF flying training in the late Thirties at Montrose in Scotland
NOTABLE FLIGHTS OF 1936 - Cartoonist Holly takes a light-hearted look at aviation's cutting edge 60 years ago
THE ACES - Ken Aitken caricatures Manfred von Richthofen - the Red Baron
OWEN THETFORD - The Editor recounts the life of the renowned aviation author and Aeroplane contributor who died in October
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Melvyn Hiscock reviews more books and videos
QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - Questions and answers from readers
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
COMPETITION - Enter this month's Diversions and you could win a sheepskin flying jacket
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