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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, June 1991 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
The Tsetse and the U-boat - Part 2 - Roy Nesbit concludes his account of the wartime submarine-hunting exploits of the de Havilland
"Tsetse" Mosquito Flying for gold - Part 2 - New Guinea aerial gold fever is recalled by Terry Gwynn-Jones
On silver wings - Part 9 - Alec Lumsden recounts the Gloster Gamecock's development history
The speed seekers - No 3 - Kenneth Aitken continues his series of caricatures of British and British Empire record-breaking pilots with Jim Mollison
Personal album - civil - A selection of pre-war British aircraft photographed by the late John Scrope
The Whittle revolution - To mark the 50th anniversary of the dawn of the jet age, John Golley, in association with Sir Frank Whittle OM KBE CB, recounts the maiden flight of the first British jet aircraft on May 15, 1941
Tony Harold - An obituary and appreciation of the professional museum curator and spare-time display pilot by Peter Murton
A brace of Wacos - Howard Levy's colour coverage of a couple of Waco VPF-7s
Nothing ventured ... No 15 - Phillip Jarrett continues with his series on unusual British prototypes built to Air Ministry specifications or as private ventures before and during World War Two, but which never went into production. In Part 15 he describes a true oddity amongst oddities, the Folland 43/37 flying engine test-bed of 1940
Field of endeavour - Part 2 - John Havers concludes his two-part biography of engineer and test pilot Brian Field, who kept an extraordinary succession of aircraft at his base in the depths of the Surrey countryside during the Thirties
Preservation profile - The Air Museum's Chino-based North American SNJ-5 N3375G gets the This is your life treatment this month
Wings of peace - John Stroud describes some Polish transports
Flights and frights in the Thirties - Part 4 - Dopey Edwards DFC relates how he came to lose his way - and half his tailplane - in an Avro Anson
Rich mixture - Another dose of aviation levity from Holly
Personal album - military - Some wartime photographs of USAAF aircraft in action taken by Howard Levy
Diversions - VIP tickets to Duxford's Classic Fighter Display are up for grabs this month
Part 3 of Confessions of an airline pilot has been held over until next month's issue

MICHAEL O'LEARY'S dramatic front cover photograph features Grumman F6F-5N Hellcat BuNo94204/N4998V, operated by the Texas-based Lone Star Flight Museum in the late Eighties before its rebuild by Steve Picatti in California in 1988-89.
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