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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
RAE removals - The RAE Museum is closing down - Mark Ashley looks at the exhibits before they are moved to the Science Museum
The Minijet makes a comeback - Ascher Ward has restored a 1950s French SIPA Minijet in California and plans to put the type back into production
The Sinking Of U-331 - Bill Hodgson recounts the complex and controversial story of the Allied attack on a German U-boat in 1942
Ancient mariner - Jack Meadows takes a ride in a rare Naval Aircraft Factory N3N floatplane over Canada's West Coast
Pickard: hero Of Amiens - To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Gp Capt. P. C. Pickard DSO** DFC John Maynard begins a three-part biography
Military personal album - A set of photographs depicting Avro Shackletons flying over Gibraltar in 1953
Flat Out intu history - Hugh Field recounts the final chapter of the flying career of the experimental Prone Meteor
Fathers Of World aviation - First of a new series of caricatures by Ken Aitken featuring men who gave their names to overseas aircraft companies
Preservation profile - A newly-restored and much-travelled Fox Moth is this month's subject
Delta One - Barry Jones recounts the career of the unlovely experimental Fairey F.D.1
Fairchild's Old faithful - Ken Wixey concludes his two-part history of the Fairchild 24, first flown in 1932
Skywriters - Readers' letters
Swanson's Scout - Howard Levy describes a replica Halberstadt D IV based in Alabama
One failed to return - PeterClowes recounts the last flight of a Halifax flight engineer, the only member of his crew not to survive being shot down
Above, the law - Bryn Elliott concludes his two-part account of the flying activities of UK police forces from the 1920s
Fairey IMF - Philip Janett describes the development history of this unnamed Fairey biplane bomber
Post-war propliners - John Stroud describes the Miles, later Handley Page, Marathon
Competition - This months Diversions competition features a chance to win a set of videos

Front cover - MICHAEL O'LEARY photographed a rare formation on March 20 last year: the Chino-based Air Museum's Lockheed P-38 Lightning and Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero. It was staged to mark the Zero's 50th birthday
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