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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, June 1997 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
VINTAGE NEWS - Ten pages of the latest preservation news from Michael Oakey
GLACIER GIRL - Entombed in Arctic ice for 50 years until its recovery by an American team in 1992, a Lockheed P-38 Lightning is now well on the way to flying again as Len Adams reports
TESTED AND FAILED - In his continuing series on accidents during flight-test and development Derek Collier Webb concludes his two-part account of a spate of accidents which befell the Royal Navy's first front-line carrier-borne jet fighter, the Supermarine Attacker
FANTASY OF FLIGHT - A year ago Kermit Weeks opened his Florida aviation theme park to the public. Mike Vines recently revisited it to meet the owner and to see whether it has lo expectations
MY JUNKERS YEARS - Hans Amtmann recalls working for the junkers aircraft company in the early Thirties and pays tribute to its founder, Hugo Junkers
THE FLEA FIGHTS BACK - Condemned as a deathtrap in the 1930s, the unorthodox Flying Flea has never recovered in the eyes of the public. But today it is enjoying a revival, as Geoffrey P. Jones reports
EASY DOES IT - Russell Steer DFC recounts the details of navigating and timing Lancaster "E-Easy" of No 405 Pathfinder Sqn over Northern Europe on a Wsngcinui operation on the night of March 5, 1945
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - Photographs of Belgian Air Force Fairey Fox bombers taken by their pilots after the country's capitulation in 1939
A FARRAGO OF NONSENSE - Upset by a recent TV programme about the "mysterious" tragic loss of a Vickers Warwick in 1944, Roy Nesbit attempts to put the record straight
SKYRACE '97 - Stuart Commin reports on the fourth annual Skyrace Tasmania flying meeting
AIRSHOWS & EVENTS - Our monthly calendar of events
LIMITED EDITIONS - Philip jarrett describes the Bristol Types 118 and 120 general-purpose biplanes of the early 1930s
THE ACES - Ken Aitken caricatures German World War ace Eduard von Schleich
TEN YEARS TOO LATE - Flt Lt Mike Retallack recalls flying RAF Canberra T.11s on night-fighter aircrew training in the Fifties and Sixties
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's comment column
PRESERVATION PROFILE - The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Spitfire PR.XIX PM631 is this month's subject
SCUDDING AROUND - Mike Beach, owner of the oldest airworthy British glider, outlines the Baynes Scud ll's background and singular handling qualities. Meanwhile Melvyn Hiscock recalls his unusual aerial photo- graphic session with the 25 m.p.h. glider
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Reviews of recent books and videos
QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - Questions and answers from readers, compiled by Mike Hooks
COMPETITION - Your chance to win free tickets to this year's Royal International Air Tattoo at Fairford
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