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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May 2006 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Outlook Bright for 'Weather Widow' - Richard M. Allnutt reports on a restoration project by the National Air and Space Museum ? of a rare American WW2 aircraft, a Northrop P-61NO Black Widow
Freddie's Folly - It was the late Sir Freddie Laker's biggest achievement and biggest commercial failure. David Hammond investigates the development of the Aviation Traders Accountant
Aeroplane Explains - The workings of a rotary engine are explained by Melvyn Hiscock, with diagrams by Oan Bott
The Salamander in France - Philippe Couderchon concludes his fascinating two-part examination of the Heinkel He 162 fighters test-flown in France after the Second World War
Made in Hampshire - The Hampshire Aeroplane Club built several unusual aeroplanes during the years 1958-1965. Peter Marson recalls them
A Yankee Warrior - Michael O'Leary traces the history of a genuine World War Two veteran ? the Yankee Air Museum's unique airworthy D-model variant of the North American B-25 Mitchell
Yesterday's Flyers Ltd - Frank B. Mormillo reports on a fascinating collection of veteran and reproduction aircraft based in Nevada
Contraction & Collaboration - The concluding part of Barry Jones's series on British Military Aircraft Specifications and their requirements. This month he traces the story from the designs of the Cold War period through to Eurofighter Typhoon and beyond
High Society - This month the Derbyshire Historical Aviation Society is under the spotlight
Crosswind - John Fricker provides refreshingly sideways comment on the aviation world
Reader Holiday Offer - A Grand Aviation Tour of South Africa and a trip to Paris and the La Ferte-Alais show

News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Contact! - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - Readers' letters on a wide variety of topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with Martin Baker test pilot Bob Thompson
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 90 years ago ? May 1916
Picture of the Month - This month's choice ? the de Havilland D.H.60M Metal Moth

Database - The Westland Whirlwind:
Renowned aviation historian Derek James describes the genesis and development of Westland's first twin-engined cannon-armed fighter type, the Whirlwind, which went on to serve with only two RAF squadrons. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall and cutaway by Mike Badrocke

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