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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Reborn after 70 Years in the Dark - Geoffrey P. Jones reports on the remarkable restoration of a 1930s light aircraft found in an old warehouse in France
From Roundels to Red Stars - Only one British heavy bomber ever served officially with the Soviet Air Force. Vladimir- Kotelnikov explains how six more made it into red stars
Oh to be an FTO! - Charles Burnet recalls his days with the A&AEE at Boscombe Down as a Flight Test Observer
Personal Album - Pictures from the late F.J.H. Edmonds, including views of the Short Brothers' factory
Aeroplane Explains...Harry Fraser-Mitchell explains slots and slats, aided by Ian Bott's excellent graphics
Propulsion Kings - Aero-engine historian Graham White looks at some of the pioneers who helped shape the history of engine design
Tiger on the Nose, Devil in the Detail - Xavier Meal takes a look at Ron Fagen's rare Curtiss P-40K, winner of the Oshkosh Grand Champion Warbird prize
A Most Peculiar Affair - Paul Treuthardt delves into the archives to reveal the true story behind a bizarre suicide pact involving two society girls and a D.H.84 Dragon in 1935
Mosquito Update - A progress report by Jack Meadows on the rebuilding of Bob Jens's de Havilland Mosquito
Cape Dash...A vivid pictorial review of Aeroplane's September 2006 reader tour to South Africa

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Observer's Notes - Aeroplane's columnist, James Kightly, comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on various topics
Flying Visit - This month our subject is former RAF all-weather nightfighter pilot, Pete Thorn
Picture of the Month - This month we offer an evocative image of a bygone era ? D.H.84 Dragon G-ACMC at Heston in early 1935
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 80 years ago ? January 1927
High Society - The RAF Seletar Association take centre stage this month
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

Database - The Tupolev SB Bombers:
Russian aviation historian, and author of the definitive book on the type, Mikhail Maslov tells the full story of one of the most significant, yet least-known, military aircraft of its time, the Tupolev SB high-speed bomber, which was built in the thousands and saw action in five conflicts at various locations around the world. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall and cutaway by Mike Badrocke

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