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Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world

Probe Probare No 14: Martin Baker M.B.2 - Alee Lumsden and Terry Heffernan continue their series on aircraft which received special attention from the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment with the one-off experimental Martin Baker M.B.2 fighter of 1938

Flugkapitan Hanna Reitsch?Part 2 - Diminutive German aviatrix Hanna Reitsch became one of Germany's most remarkable pilots. Her natural flying ability, enthusiasm and apparent fearlessness made her one of the country's most respected test pilots. BBC TV writer and producer Brian Johnson continues this five-part biography with Hanna's introduction to test flying

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Win a Pentax - Our latest photographic competition has a superb Pentax camera and an assortment of lenses as the prize

Who's for Hudsons??Part 1 - In which Gp Capt H.F.O'Neill DFC recalls the early wartime operations of Coastal Command Hudsons of Nos 223 and 224 Squadrons from RAF Leuchars

Mitchell across the Pacific - Peter Anderson describes his 1983 flight from America to Australia in Aero Heritage 8-25 Mitchell

New life for an old Cat - Russell Mason describes the recent ferry flight of Planesailing's PBY-5A Catalina from South Africa to RAF Mansion

Eyes in the sky?Part 2 - In part two of this new series, Sqn Ldr Paul Lamboit RAF (Retd) describes the break- throughs and frustrations of the Royal Air Force s photographic pioneers between the wars

Preservation Profile - Tony Dowson's Old Warden-based B.A. Swallow II G-AFCL takes the spotlight

Wings of Peace - John Stroud's subject this month is the Farman Jabiru (Stork), quite probably one of the ugliest aeroplanes of all time

Capon's Comer - Having followed P. T. Capon's aviation career through de Havilland, A. V. Roe, Supermanne and Cierva we have arrived at Kingston and Brooklands, the home of Hawker aeroplanes

British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 52 Bristol Brownie - Richard Riding describes the Bristol Brownie monoplanes, built for the 1924 two-seater

Lympne lightplane trials - Wren recognition competition results - Three lucky people have won framed Wren cartoons of their choice. Were you one of them?
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