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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world, with special coverage on the recent raising of the Wimpey from Loch Ness

Probe probare No 18: Hawker Hurricane - To mark the 50th anniversary of the first flight of the prototype Hawker Hurricane Alex Lumsden and Terry Heffernan peruse the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment's reports on the service trials carried out at RAF Martlesham Heath

The barnstormer's apprentice - Part 1 - Harry Morris Joined barnstorming company Northern Air Transport as a boy engineer apprentice in 1928, and toured with them for the next seven years. In this new four-part series, he recalls what it was like to live and fly with the barnstormers

Norway remembers - Roy Nesbit reports on a memorial to Allied airmen which has recently been set up at Ferde in Norway

Skywriters

Fit for a king ? Part 1 - In Part One of his article on the King's Flight, ex-Oueen's Flight officer Fit it A R. Bennett traces the unit's origins and history before the war

Personal album - World War Two photographs from the album of Josef Pnller, the Luftwaffe ace who had 100 victories to his credit

Testing the ultimate bomber ? Part 1 - The TSR. 2 programme was cancelled 20yr ago at the high point of its success. Roland Beamont, former chief test pilot of BAC, describes the prototype's test programme from its earliest ground trials to its untimely end

Gone west - Sir Oliver Simmonds and Francis Luxmoore were born within one week of each other, in 1897, and both died within a month of each other this summer

Armchair aviation

Preservation profile - The Chino Air Museum's P-47G is this month's subject

Wings of peace - John Stroud continues his series on inter-war European transport aircraft with the Fokker F.IX. F XII and F.XVIII tnmotors

Eyes in the sky ? Part 6 - By the end of World War Two the aerial camera had become a vital and versatile tool for the RAF In the sixth and final part of this series, George Parry surveys its development and use, for both military and peaceful purposes, from 1945 to 1980

British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 56: Short Satellite - Richard Riding describes an advanced metal monoplane entered by Short tor the 1924 two-seater Lympne lightplane trials
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