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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 2005 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
A Bolt from the Blue - Mark Sheppard reports on the salvage of the last P-47 casualty of World War Two
22 Pilot biography: Roger Topp - Part Two of John Maynard's profile of the leader of Treble One Squadron and its Black Arrows acrobatic team
Mosquito Update - A progress report on the rebuilding ofBobJens's de Havilland Mosquito in Canada, by Jack Meadows
Arrested Development - Nick Stroud talks to the creator of a unique reproduction Piper Cub which features the Brodie arrester system
Remembering R101 - A picture feature marking the 75th anniversary of Britain's worst airship disaster
The Right Tools for the Job - Barry Jones opens a new series looking at the history of British military aircraft specifications
Aeroplane Explains - Jack Hulbert DFM unravels at the complex subject of navigation. Graphics by Ian Bott
Eleventh Heaven at'Weald - Richard Paver visits private collector Peter Teichman and his "Hangar 11 Collection"
Air Racing at Folkestone - Mike Hooks looks back at the post-war air races held at Lympne in 1946
The Spirit of Shuttleworth - Andrew Gray's passion for aeroplanes and art has resulted in an attractive 2006 calendar
High Society - This month the focus is on The British Women Pilots' Association
Looking Back - Nick Stroud looks back at an early issue of The Aeroplane from November 1920
Navigator - Aeroplane's monthly reviews and listings ? see opposite for details
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

Regulars:
News - All the latest news on restoration, rebuilds and replicas, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Contact! - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - Readers' letters on a widevariety of topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with Peter Vacher, who put a rare Hawker Hurricane Mk I back in the air
Picture of the Month - This month's Aeroplane archive photographic print offer ? the unforgettable Handley Page H.P.80 Victor

Database - The Kawasaki Ki-100 - In our special in-depth section this month, Giuseppe Picarella traces the genesis, development and use of the Japanese Army's finest fighter. Including the most detailed cutaway and set of scale drawings of the Ki-100 ever produced

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