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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
D.H.82 Tiger Moth Special Section:
A Tiger with Two Tales - For this month's Hidden History, Alan Reber describes the twin stories behind the restoration of his Tiger Moth in RAAF colours - including a little- known contribution to the history of World War Two
The Kings of Prop-Swing - John Gilder relates how the Cambridge Flying Group uses its pair of distinctive yellow-and-silver Tiger Moths to train pilots "the old-fashioned way"
Tiger or Maggie? - Which was better? The dependable, if slow and sometimes tricky Tiger Moth or the faster and easier- to-fly Miles Magister? David Ogilvy. who instructed on both, compares the two 1930s primary trainers

Features:
Getting the Message - Flying Officer John "Tommy" Thomas talks to lan Frimston about his wartime role with 161 Sqn, in which he was tasked with picking up messages in occupied France at night with just three torches as a guide, using a specially-modified Westland Lysander
Peter R. Arnold's Rare Archive Colour - A very rare and stunning colour photograph from the archives of Peter R.Arnold of Supermarine Spitfire Mk IXC of the Empire Central Flying School at Hullavington in 1946-47
Scramble! - Aeroplane previews the remarkable new Battle of Britain photographic exhibition that opens atthe Imperial War Museum at Duxford in April
Shuttleworth: Passion and Precision - Tim Skeet concludes his two-part feature on the maintaining of the world-class Shuttleworth Collection
Tradition & Technology - Ourtechnical artist lan Bott examines the exciting digital revolution taking place in the world of aviation art

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Picture of the Month - This month's image available to buy is Hatfield-built Tiger Moth II R5130 gunner. With an illustration by Ian Bott
Readers'Archive - Malcolm Fife's superb colour pictures of civil aircraft in Scotland and Wales during the 1960s and 1970s
From the Archives - Nick Stroud revisits the aviation news and issues of 90 years ago - April 1920
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics
Flying Visit - Melvyn Hiscock interviews Maurice Biggs - Chairman of the Society of Friends of the Fleet AirArm Museum
Hairy Moment - Our regular spot for your historic-aviation close calls

Database - SaabJ 35 Draken:
JAN FORSGREN tells the full story of Sweden's startling first Mach-2 capable jet fighter:
- A new shape for a new era-the genesis of the unorthodox fighter
- Scale drawings of the SaabJ 35A, Sk35C, S35E and J35J, by Juanita Franzi
- Developing the double-delta
- Anatomy of a Dragon-the nuts and bolts PLUS cutaway illustration
- Roadways and Russian bombers - the Draken into Flygvapnet service
- The exports-Denmark, Finland, Austria
- Pilot's Perspective - Saab test pilot Stig Holmstrom describes flying on a knife-edge

Navigator:
Our Navigator section at the back of the magazine tells you all you need to know about what to buy and where to go:
- Three Greens
- Book Reviews
- Aeroplane Reader Offer
- Auction update
- Information Exchange
- Registration Update
- Airshows & Events, Lost & Found
- Classified
- Aeroplane services - back-issues, subscriptions, binders, newsagent order form, annual index and more
- Contacts and next month in Aeroplane
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