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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 2003 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

NEWS - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
LOST AND FOUND - Philip Jarrett seeks an identity for a mystery biplane
CONTACT! - Paul Coggan's further comment on the Firefly crash
SKYWRITERS - Readers'letters on a wide variety of topics
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with former World War two ATA pilot Lettice Curtis, by Melvyn Hiscock
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 70 years ago
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month's photograph features a pair of de Havilland Venoms
HIGH SOCIETY - The Catalina Society is this month's subject


Ju 52 REJUVENATED - Salts Collection restorer Robert Roger reveals how he and his team put Ju 52 F-AZJU back in the air PLUS air-to-air photographs by Xavier Meal
CUTAWAY KINGS: JOHN MARSDEN - Tim Hall profiles the Flight technical artist whose college teacher once told him, "Marsden, you will never make a living from drawing aeroplanes"
PORKY MEETS THE GIRL - Spectacular air-to-air photography of a pair of restored Lockheed P-38 Lightnings in formation, by Michael O'Leary
WHERE IS WARBURTON'S BODY? - Roy Nesbit reveals a new twist in the story of maverick World War Two RAF reconnaissance pilot Wg Cdr Adrian Warburton
AVENGING IN THE SHADOWS - Gerhard Heilig recounts how, after escaping from annexed Austria to England in 1938, he became involved in secret RAF radio countermeasures
A CENTURY OF ...ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION - A survey of 100 years of lessons learned the hard way, by Philip Jarrett
CLAIMS TO FAME - In the last of his series on pioneers who, some believe, flew before the Wright Brothers, Philip Jarrett re-examines the achievements of Brazilian expatriate Alberto Santos-Dumont
Peace or War - Dopey Edwards DEC will return next month with more first-hand recollections of his early RAF career in the years leading up to World War Two


TYPE HISTORY - Bill Gunston describes the immense technical and scientific difficulties which had to be overcome to develop a practical supersonic transport aircraft
SCALE DRAWINGS - Prototype and production Concordcs by Tim Hall
INTO TOMORROW - From the drawing board to uk' most intensive flight test programme ever undertaken by a civil aircraft, described by Jim Winchester
BUILT FOR SPEED - A technical description of the structurally sophisticated Concorde and its engines PLUS Frank Munger's superbly detailed Concorde cutaway illustration
GRACE & POWER - Jim Winchester recounts the Concorde's service career
THE OTHER SSTs - The world's first supersonic transport to fly was in fact Russian, as Bill Gunston explains
FLYING THE BIG WHITE BIRD - An exclusive pilot's pespeciive for Aeroplane by British Airways Concorde pilot Capt Richard Owen
"WE DON'T WANT TO GET OFF!" - The Editor provides a passenger's point of view following a supersonic trip from London to New York
THRUST REVERSAL - Concorde retires in October 2001. Bill Dunston ponders the future of supersonic travel


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