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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, January 2004 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
CONTACT! - Paul Coggan comments on preservation matters, including air display safely
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters on a wide variety of topics
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with display pilot and broadcaster Brendan O'Brien, by Melvyn Hiscock
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 80 years ago ? January 1924
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month's photograph features the beautiful and powerful de Havilland Hornet
HIGH SOCIETY - The British Aerophilatelic Federation is this month's subject
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column

FROM AIRCRAFT TO INGOT - Chris Michell explains exactly what happened to surplus RAF bombers sent to the scrapman after World War Two
THE COMEBACK TOUR - Postponed because of the Great Depression, the 1932 Ford National Air Tour of the USA has been flown at last ? in September 2003. Tony Harmsworth went along for a ride or several
FROM SUNRISE TO SUNSET - An exclusive interview with World War Two Imperial Japanese Navy pilot Sadamu Komachi, by Nick Stroud and Chikako Nakagawa
TAKING A LOOK - Air-to-air photographer Richard Paver, who has flown with and photographed many of the UK's warbirds during the last 15 years, begins a new series of articles from various authors, examining the current state of the aircraft preservation scene and looking to the future
THE CURVACEOUS JULIET VICTOR - Richard Riding, who has co-written a new book on the history of Elstree Aerodrome in Hertfordshire, looks back at an exotic resident of the 1960s ? civilian Supermarine Spitfire G-ASJV
MOSQUITO UPDATE - The seventh of Jack Meadows's progress reports on the rebuild of a de Havilland Mosquito B.35 in Canada
Peace & War - Dopey Edwards DFC will return next month with more first-hand recollections of his early RAF flying career in the years leading up to the beginning of World War Two

TYPE HISTORY - Derek James describes the difficult early days of the Gloster company's efforts to fulfil the Air Ministry's specification for a Cold War all-weather fighter
ENTER THE DRAGMASTER - The development of the GA.5 prototypes into the mighty Javelin
SAPPHIRES & STEEL - The old drag queen undressed ? Derek James provides a look at the Javelin in technical detail PLUS cutaway illustration of the Javelin FAW.8
JAVELIN VARIANTS - A mark-by-mark description of the production Javelins ? from FAW. 1 to FAW.9 via the T.3
DELTA FORCE - The Javelin's 12-year RAF career ? including its many foreign peacekeeping assignments
SQUADRON SERVICE - Brief histories of the RAF squadrons which operated the "Harmonious Dragmaster"
FLYING THE FLATIRON - Former Javelin pilot Wg Cdr Brian Carroll describes what the hulking brute was like to fly
SURVIVORS - The museum exhibits, compiled by Tony Harmsworth

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