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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, November 2007 Issue

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HIDDEN HISTORY: Brothers In Arms... Christopher Skeate tells the little-known story of the Argentinian pilots who flew with the RAF during the Second World War.

AIRCREW: Consolidated B-24 ball-turret gunner... James Kightly continues his series on individual aircrew roles, with a look at one of the least envied ways to go to war.

'DOGFIGHT': Airshow tickets... The second of our on-the-page debates considers the price of airshow tickets, with Fighter Collection founder Stephen Grey and veteran aviation journalist Mike Stroud taking opposing views.

DATABASE: The de Havilland Vampire... David Willis details the genesis, development and service career of Britain's second jet fighter, the de Havilland Vampire. The aircraft first flew in 1943, was exported to countries all over the world, and was only retired from service with the Swiss Air Force in 1990. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall.

Death in the clouds... In July 1928, one of the richest men in Europe disappeared from the passenger-cabin of his Fokker F.VIIa Trimotor over the English Channel. Derek O'Connor examines the circumstances surrounding the mysterious death of Captain Alfred Loewenstein.

Luftwaffe de Havilland D.H.89 Rapide in colour... During 1940 two Lithuanian-registered D.H.80M Rapides were captured by the Germans. Richard Chapman presents some rare colour photos of the aircraft in Luftwaffe service.

Jimmy Harrison, the Pilot's Pilot... Jimmy Harrison, who died during April, was one of Britain's most distinguished post-war test pilots, flying the de Havilland D.H.108 Swallow, Boulton Paul P.111, Hawker P.1052, Avro 707 and Avro Vulcan. He is remembered by friend and former colleague Tony Blackman.

Propliner Heaven - The Star of Switzerland... An update from Eric Gandet on Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation HB-RSC of the Basle-based Super Constellation Flyers, the only Constellation currently flying in Europe.

Preservation Profile... Air Atlantique's Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer, G-APRS, comes under the spotlight.

PLUS News, reviews, readers' letters, special offers and much more - including Sewell's latest aviation cartoon!

NOVEMBER'S MAGAZINE COVER: RICHARD PAVER photographed Matt Hampton flying de Havilland Vampire T.11 WZ507/G-VTII of the Vampire Preservation Group on a sortie from North Weald. It is one of only two Vampire trainers flying in Britain.
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