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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 1997 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
VINTAGE NEWS - Ten pages of the latest preservation news from Michael Oakey
MYTH AND LEGEND - Dr Alfred Price concludes his exposure of ten of the more persistent myths about the Battle of Britain
BACK TO BASICS - When Ed Boulter became the proud owner of a Stearman PT-17 in 1992, he was unaware that he had flown the self-same aircraft nearly half a century before. Martin W. Bowman describes an amazing reunion
BEYOND THE BUFFET - Fifty years on from Chuck Yeager's historic attainment of the speed of sound in level flight, Roland Beamont recalls early encounters with compressibility ? the aerodynamic effect experienced close to the "Sound Barrier"
STARK REALITY - J.T. Chapin recounts the First World War flying career or German ace Rudolf Stark, and describes a newly-completed replica of his colourfully-painted personal Fokker DVII
THE LONGEST DROP - The story of how the late Gp Opt Leslie King played a leading rote in organising the parachuting of Special Operations Executive teams, weapons and supplies into Japanese-occupied South-east Asia during 1945
TIME FLIES - A picture-spread featuring a pair of Lycom ing-powered Stampes sponsored by Swiss watchmakers Breiding
CIVIL PERSONAL ALBUM - A selection of mainly British civil-registered aircraft photoyaphed circa 1949-52
THE MILES JETS - John Fricker recounts the development of the Miles M.100 Student jet trainer, and recalls what it was like to fly
DIVERSITY AT OSHKOSH - Howard Levy reports from the world's biggest airshow ? the EAA Annual Fly-in Convention at Oshkosh, Wisconsin
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - A selection of pre-war photographs of RAF aircraft, mostly taken at Hendon
LIMITED EDITIONS - Phi I lip Jarrett concludes his two-part record of variants of the ubiquitous Hawker Hart powered by radial engines
A LIFETIME IN SERVICE - Former RAF/MoD engineer Flt Lt George Tuff opens a new series of recollections of his wide-ranging experiences, beginning with apprentice training at Halton and a spell in the Fleet Air Arm
ANTIPODEAN SWIFT - Tony Holmes tells the story of the Comper Swift which has lived "down under" since 1939, has been owned by the same man for 30'years, but which may soon return to the UK
QUESTIONS IN THE AIR - Readers' questions and answers
THE ACES - Ken Aitken caricatures French World War One ace Rene Fonck
THE EXPENDABLE SQUADRON - RAF historian and former wartime Beaufort navigator Roy Nesbit concludes his two-part account of planned "suicide" missions in World War Two involving his own squadron, No 217
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - More reviews of books and videos
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's comment column
COMPETITION - This month's Diversions competition offers readers the chaace to win a selection of books

FRONT COVER - Avro Shackleton WL790/N790WL, operated by the Polar Aviation Museum and Air Atlantique, was the star of this year's Oshkosh show. The subject of a picture feature in last month's issue, it was photographed by MICHAEL O'LEARY, being flown near its base at Anoka, Minnesota, by Polar's chief pilot Ed Erickson.
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