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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world, with emphasis on the Duxford auction and the opening of the RAF Bomber Command Museum at Hendon
Testing the Tempest - Part 2 - Wg Cdr Roland Beamont concludes his account of testing Tempests for Hawker's experimental department at Langley
Messdeck misfits - Part 2 - Having been transferred to the Fleet Air Arm from an RAF bomber squadron in 1939, C. Horrocks finds himself posted to HMS Courageous after a brief spell aboard HMS Ark Royal
The Roof of the World - AVM Tony Dudgeon spent 1936-9 peacekeeping on the North West Frontier of India. He recalls here a flight to a tiny landing ground far up in the Himalayas
Personal Album - Photographs of Typhoons at war from the album of Sqn Ldr P. G. Murton
E. A. "Chris" Wren - An appreciation of a much-loved aviation artist and writer
Drawing a bead - Part 5 - R. Wallace Clarke brings his history of gunsights used by the Royal Air Force to a close with coverage of current equipment
'Planes and pyramids - A picture feature depicting aircraft flying over characteristic Egyptian scenery
Preservation Profile - D.H. Leopard Moth G-AIYS celebrates its 50th birthday this month
Tools for the job - Part 2 - Peter A. Sammons concludes his two-part appraisal of America's wartime aircraft industry
Fallen might - Crashed German World War Two aircraft are the subject of this picture feature
Bats and Bantams - Part 5 - The final instalment of the late A. J. Jackson's monumental history of the British Aerial Transport Company's F.K.22 and F.K.23 World War One fighters

Cover - This month marks the 50th birthday of D.H. Leopard Moth G-AIYS, subject of this month's Preservation Profile and of PETER BISH's front cover photograph. Owned today by Victor Gauntlett, the Leopard is pictured near its Goodwood home in September 1980. CHARLES E. BROWN's excellent study of Canberra T.4 prototype WN467 is the subject of our inside front cover. This aircraft first flew on June 6, 1952, and the type first entered RAF service with No 231 OCU at Bassingbourn in 1954.
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