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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, March 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
TOGETHER AGAIN ...Two indigenous Second World War Australian aircraft - a Wirraway and a Boomerang - recently flew in company once again for the first tirne in nearly 50 years. Craig Justo reports
BELGRADE TREASURES - Bob Ogden visits the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum at Surcin Airport near Belgrade, home to an extensive and 11 expanding collection of historic aircraft depicting aviation in the region from 1909 to the 1960s
TESTED AND FAILED - In this two-part feature Derek Collier Webb looks at the wartime test-flying of gliders, opening with the General Aircraft Hotspur troop glider
DRAWN TO THE SKIES - John Maynard concludes his profile of leading aviation artist Frank Wootton
LIMITED EDITIONS - Philip Jarrett describes the metal-framed Vickers Valiant biplane of 1927, which came close to ousting the Westland Wapiti as the RAF's D.H.9 replacement
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - Featuring aircraft of the RAAF, RNZAF and the RN spanning three decades
AIRSHOW ACTION COMPETITION: THE WINNERS - Standards were high in our 1996-97 photographic competition
FIRE! - Air Vice-Marshal Tony Dudgeon recounts the heroic rescue of the crew of a crashed Wellington bomber
TO RUSSIA WITH LOVE - Mark Sheppard begins a two-part account of the work of an RAF Hurricane Wing sent to Russia in 1941 to help Stalin fight the "fascist aggressors"
QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - More questions and answers from readers
HOLLY - The Editor pays tribute to Aeroplane cartoonist Charles E. Hall ? better known to readers as "Holly" - who died in December
PRESERVATION PROFILE - Scandinavian Historic Flight Hawker Hunter Mk 58 SE-DXA/J-4089
INTERNED! - Second of our picture features of Allied and Axis aircraft in neutral Swiss territory
TAMBLIN'S TRAM - Designed by de Havilland's W.A. Tamblin in 1949, the D.H.114 Heron was conceived as an enlarged, four-engined version of the company's successful Dove. John Stroud describes the aircraft's development and operations
THROW US A LINE! - L.J. Turner recounts the wartime story of a stricken RAF Sunderland flying-boat's long tow home - the lengthiest on record - behind a ship of the Royal Navy
DOCTOR IN THE AIR - A doctor on call has to be able to reach his patients quickly - but with a practice covering 15,000 square miles of Canada, Dr Jack Pickup had only one transport option, reports Jack Meadows
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Reviews of a selection of books and videos
SKYWRITERS - A selection of readers' letters on a variety of topics
COMPETITION - Enter this month's Diversions competition and you could be the lucky winner of one of 12 book prizes provided by Midland Publications

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