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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
The expanding years - The four years from 1936 to 1939 tended to be overshadowed by the events of the following five years. Yet without the expansion and re-equipment of the RAF prior to 1940 the history of Britain and that of the world might be very different. In this four-part series L. F. E Coombs reviews not only the new aircraft introduced into squadron service from 1936 onward but the change in technology at all levels in the service
AOPs over Normandy - Air observation pilot Eversley Belfield flew 120 operational sorties in Austers in the North-west European Campaign during 1944-45 He gives here an insight into what it was like directing artillery fire from light-planes in all weathers and operating from the most rudimentary of strips
Where are they now?
Wildcat recovery - Ulster Aviation Society member Ernie Cromie describes a remarkable operation to rescue a World War Two Naval fighter from an Irish lough
Skywriters
Probe Probare No 8: Bristol Blenheim - In part eight of their series about aircraft which received special attention from the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment. Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan examine the Bristol Blenheim
Fortuna - Fortuna was one of seven D.H 91 Albatross airliners built by de Havillands for Imperial Airways
Falklands aftermath - The Falklands Islands still contain many stark reminders of the British-Argentinian conflict of 1982. wrecked aircraft among them The scene is portrayed through the photographs of Barry Wallond and Raymond Selkirk
Mildenhall memories - Fifty years ago, on the eve of the MacRobertson England to Australia Air Race, Walter Clennell was sent to the RAF Mildenhall starting point and put in charge of ten students provided by the College of Aeronautical Engineering to carry out all the donkey work assistance for the competitors
Preservation Profile - Derek Ellis' immaculately restored Morane-Saulnier D H 60M. G-AANV. has some of its history revealed
Wings of Peace No 14: Rohrbach Roland - John Stroud describes the German Rohrbach Roland airliners, designed by Dr-Ing Adolf Rohrbach in the Twenties
Personal Album - Photographs of the surviving Comet racer G-ACSS taken by Alex Henshaw during subsequent record attempts in the hands of the late Arthur Clouston
British pre-war ultra-lights No 44: Gloucestershire Gannet - Richard Riding describes a pretty, little competitor in the 1923 Lympne Trials that was truly an essay in miniaturisation
Armchair Aviation

Front Cover - The subject of GORDON BAIN's cover photograph ;s Capt Derek Ellis' Morane Saulnier-built D.H 60M Moth G-AANV, subject of this month's Preservation Profile The aircraft has spent most of its life in France and Switzerland and has been beautifully restored by Ron Souch at Hamble STUART HOWE took this month s centre-spread
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