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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 2002 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

NEWS - All the latest preservation news from the UK and around the world, presented by Tony Harmsworth
LOST AND FOUND - Philip Jarrett wants to pin down the identity of a mystery man and his aircraft
CONTACT - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with Air Vice-Marshal Tony Dudgeon, by Melvyn Hiscock
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month's photograph features a pair of de Havilland Mosquitoes
HIGH SOCIETY - The Historic Aircraft Association is this month's subject
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 80 years ago ? November 1922
CROSSWIND - Sideways comment on the aviation world, from John Maynard


WARBIRD INDEX - Paul Coggan explains how he has compiled his new directory of the world's preserved warbirds
LAST OFF, LAST BACK - Former FAA pilot Frank Stovin-Bradford recalls learning to fly Grumman Avengers
GHOSTS 2003 - A preview of Philip Makanna's new warbird calendar
THAI PRINCESS - Mick Shippen reports on Thailand's oldest aircraft
PRESERVATION PROFILE - It's back! A concise history of a very unusual North American Mustang, by Frank B. Mormillo
CAPE TO CAIRO - Michael Nyman evokes the romance of the Short C-Class Empire flying-boats of the 1930s
THE JOURNEY - Eddie Kurdziel describes his eight-year project to put a Fairey Firefly back in the air
A CELEBRATION OF FLIGHT - A preview of a new book by renowned aviation artist Roy Cross
STRAIGHT TO THE TOP - Keith A. Saunders recounts the life and career of pilot and businessman Whitney Straight


TYPE HISTORY - Henry Matthews relates the origins and development of Hawker's most ambitious project - the Bristol Siddeley Pegasus-powered P.I 127
SCALE DRAWINGS - Three-view and profile drawings of the P.I 127, Kestrel and USA Tri-Service Trials XV-6A by Tim Hall
THE KESTREL TAKES FLIGHT - Henry Matthews traces the development of the P.1127 into the world's first operational V/STOL jet fighter
ANATOMY OF A JUMP JET - P.I 127 test pilot Hugh Merewether provides a technical description of the Pegasus engine and P.I 127 airframe. Includes cutaway drawing by Frank Munger
PILOT'S PERSPECTIVE - Hugh Merewether describes what the P.I 127 was like to fly, and explains the new techniques it required
INDIVIDUAL HISTORIES - The British and American careers of all 15 P.I 127s and Kestrels, detailed by Henry Matthews

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