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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
REGULARS:

NEWS - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
LOST AND FOUND - Philip Jarrett lays an 'Indian myth" to rest
CONTACT! - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters on a wide variety of topics
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with Ray Hanna, by Melvyn Hiscock
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month s photograph features - Aaah! again - the de Havilland Comet airliner
HIGH SOCIETY - The International Auster Club is this month's subject
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 65 years ago - June 1938
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column

FEATURES:

THE ENEMY WITHIN - Roy Nesbit reveals how a Gestapo agent came to the UK in World War Two, joined the RAF as a fighter pilot - and stole a Hawker Hurricane
H.P.42 UPDATE - Roger Allton reports on the latest moves to build an airworthy Handley Page H.P.42 biplane airliner
PRESERVATION PIONEERS - Bill Grigg profiles Richard Ormonde Shuttleworth, founder of the eponymous Old Warden-based collection of airworthy historic aircraft
A CENTURY OF ... AIRSHOWS - Display commentator Melvyn Hibcock encapsulates 100 years of aviation's public performances
SPITFIRE MASTERPIECE - An air-to-air portrait by Richard Paver
REBUILDING A LEGEND - Martin Barraclough and Tom Storey complete their account of how, 25 years ago, they rescued Alex Henshaw's record-setting Percival Mew Gull from oblivion and put it back in the air
PERSONAL ALBUM - A colourful parade of Moranes from Mike Hooks
GOOD AT MATHS - Harold Thompson describes his overnight transition from wartime school leaver to jet engine tester
LA PATROUILLE EST CINQUANTE - A 50th anniversary salute to the French national acrobatic team, by Adrian Balch

DATABASE: MESSERSCHMITT Me 262 59:

TYPE HISTORY - Dr Alfred Price describes the genesis and developmenf' of one of the world's first operational jet fighters
SCALE DRAWINGS - Three-view drawing of the Me 262A-la by Tim Hall
THE SWALLOW'S ANATOMY - Despite being designed for low-cost, simple production, the Me 262 introduced several innovations, as Dr Alfred Price explains
CUTAWAY DRAWING - The Me 262B-1a/U1 two-seat nightfighter in detail by Mike Badrocke
ENGINE TROUBLES - The Me 262 was an excellent design able to inflict great damage IF the engines performed well
HITLER'S EDICT - Long dismissed as capricious eccentricity, Hitler's plan to employ the Me 262 solely as a bomber actually made sound tactical sense, relates Dr Alfred Price
THE STURMVOGEL AT WAR - Had the Stormbird, as the Me 262 was known, been readier for war, it could have created serious problems for the Allied Forces
A SINISTER BEAUTY - The pilot's perspective by Capt Eric M. Brown
STORMBIRD SURVIVORS - The museum and replica Me 262s

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