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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
The End of the Line - Tim Skeet reports on the retirement of the Royal Navy's Sea Harriers, the last all- British-built fighter
Winning my Wings - The late Alan Goodfellow learnt to fly in 1915 - here he provides a unique insight of those early days of aviation
The White Samaritans - Axel Urbanke uncovers the truth behind the legend of the all-white Luftwaffe flying-boats used in Norway after the capitulation of Germany
The Hidden Treasures of Stafford - A report on the RAF Museum Reserve Collection, where Bob Gardner and Paul Bunch were granted special access
Travels with Busby - Richard T. Riding opens a two-part feature retracing a 1,700-mile tour of UK airfields made by his father in 1937
I Was Bong's Wingman - Walter Markey was legendary Pacific P-38 pilot Richard Bong's first-tour squadron-mate. He talks to David Lande about America's greatest ace
The First Blenheim - Graham Warner celebrates the 70th birthday of the Bristol Blenheim, the prototype of which first flew in June 1936
From Viking to Concorde - Norman Lees describes the remarkable 40-year airline career of former air hostess Annette Hedges
Battling the Buzzbombs - Personal memoirs of Ron Pottinger, former 3 Sqn pilot
COMPETITION - Win a trip to Jersey International Air Display

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Contact! - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on various topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, now a Boeing 757 first officer
Picture of the Month - A reader offer from Aeroplane's photographic archive ? the Hawker Hurricane Mk I
High Society - Under the spotlight this month ? the Aeropark Volunteers Association, based at East Midlands Airport
The Office - A detailed look at the cockpit of the often overlooked Bell P-39 Airacobra, used to such great effect by the Soviets

Database - The Kaman Helicopters:
Howard Levy traces the history of Charles Kaman'sinnovative rotary-wing designs, including the USAF's box-shaped H-43 Huskie, the world-beating Seasprite utility helicopter, and the ultra-modern K-MAX aerial crane. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall

Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 50 years ago ? June 1956
Navigator - Aeroplane's monthly reviews and listings ? see opposite
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

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