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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, June 1989 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Per mare probare - In Part 16 of their series on aeroplanes tested by the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment, Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan examine the submarine-based Parnall Peto
Folland's racers - Part 1 - Best known for his outstanding line of fighters which included the S.E.5a and the Gloster Gladiator, designer Henry P. Folland also created a series of successful racers. Ken Wixey traces their development
A decisive factor - Part 5 - Wing Commander Jack Meadows concludes his series on the Canada-based British Commonwealth Air Training Plan?what Churchill called "possibly the decisive factor" in the winning of World War Two
Waco wizardry - Howard Levy introduces a specialist in the restoration of classic 1930s American Waco biplanes, and describes one of his recent projects
Personal album - military - Cyril Ft. F. Pepper's selection of wartime photographs taken aboard the carrier HMS Indefatigable
Skywriters
Memories - In the second half of his recollections of a long and varied career in aviation, F. A. Hi slop recounts his part in the ill-fated Canadian A vro CF- 1055 Arrow project and his return to lighter aircraft in the UK
Far East assignment - Part 1 - With the aid of his own superb photographs, J. D. McHard recalls his posting to Singapore and Hong Kong as an FfAF photographer in 1948-50
Personal Album - civil - John A. Bent's selection of photographs taken at pre-war Heston and Hanworth
Wings of peace - The Short Scion and its bigger brother the Scion Senior are this month's subjects in John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners
British pre-war lightplanes No 6 - In 1931 the Comper Aircraft company produced an autogiro version of its successful single-seat Swift. The Editor traces the brief career of one of the smallest and fastest autogiros of its day

DAVE BECKER'S stunning cover photograph, Depicts three North American Harvards of the South African Air Force's Central Flying School aerobatic team. Based at the school's home, Dunnottar in the Transvaal, the team was formed in 1985
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