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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 1995 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
VINTAGE NEWS - Aircraft preservation news with Michael Oakey - including voting details for our Preservation Project of the Year award
HANDLEY PAGE HEYFORD - Concluding our series on the RAF's classic inter-war biplane bombers - Phillip Jarrett spotlights the Handley Page Heyford, opening with an account of the aircraft's design origins and development history
SHUTTLEWORTH PAGEANTRY - Mike Vines highlights some of the participants in the Shuttleworth Collection's Pageant on September 3
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - Hitherto unpublished First World War photographs, probably taken at Orfordness in Suffolk
KELLETT GYRATIONS - Howard Levy begins a three-part history of the American Autogiro and helicopter manufacturer Kellett
WANDERING WEBFOOT - "Ginger" Feist concludes his recollec- tions of motor-boat operations in support of the RAF's Sunderland flying-boats
AIR BRUSHES - Richard Riding spotlights the life and work of airbrush wizard Philip Castle
TAILLESS TRAILBLAZER - Barry Jones turns his attention to the Short S.B.I glider and its powered suc- cessor, the S.B.4 Sherpa, testbeds for an innovative "aero-isoclinic" wing intende for a tailless bomber
THE RAF IN CAMERA - Roy Nesbit previews a new series of books of MoD and PRO photographs
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE - In the second of three articles taking a light-hearted look at RAF flying during World War Two, "Dopey" Edwards flies scrounged examples of the Magister, Spitfire and Hurricane
PRESERVATION PROFILE - Tim Bishop's Fairchild 24R Argus 2 G-AJPI is this month's subject
THE GRAPPLE YEARS - Fit Lt Mike Retallack recalls his involve- ment, as a Canberra pilot of 100 Sqn, in the first British H-bomb trials in 1957
FATHERS OF WORLD AVIATION - Ken Aitken caricatures American Gerard Vultee
WHAT'S IN STORE? - Bruce Robertson continues his series on the storage and disposal of surplus RAF aircraft at the end of World War Two
FLYING GALLERY - We turn the spotlight on three aviation artists
HIGH FLYER - Richard P. Bentham charts the life of wartime fighter pilot John Gillespie Magee, author of the incomparable aviation poem High Flight
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - Melvyn Hiscock reviews more books and videos
SPEEDBIRD DAKOTA - Tony Spooner DSO DFC recalls how, in late 1944, he was seconded from the RAF to BOAC to fly Dakotas
COMPETITION - This month's Diversions features the chance to win one of ten pairs of books on the Avro Manchester and the BBMF
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