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THE MCDONNELL DOUGLAS F-4 PHANTOM II (USAF VARIANTS)
Amongst the most successful combat aircraft of all time, the F-4 Phantom II served the USAF operationally from 1962 to 1996. Peter Davies presents the amazing story of the F-4 Phantom in USAF service.

SPITFIRE FLIGHTS FOR ALL?
With some very important regulatory changes looming on the horizon, the Boultbee Flight Academy is gearing up for the day when it will be possible for non-pilots to buy rides in historic aircraft. Richard Paver reports from Goodwood

MACCHIa€ S RECORDBREAKING RED RACER
On the 70th anniversary of its World Speed Record, Luigino Caliaro looks at the beautiful Macchi M.C. 72 seaplane

SEVENTY YEARS OF FURY
Popular today as both a warbird and an air racer, the Hawker Sea Fury traces its history back 70 years to September 1, 1944 when the land-based Hawker Fury first took to the skies

SEA FURY FIELD OF DREAMS
Doug Fisher uses recently uncovered colour photographs to tell the story of ten surplus Royal Canadian Navy Hawker Sea Fury FB.11s

MOROCCAN MYSTERY
Doug Fisher looks at the brief and mysterious history of the Royal Moroccan Air Forcea€ s four Hawker ISS Fury fighters

A SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY YEAR
The 2014 airshow season has been memorable one for the Gnat Display Team, as Steve Bridgewater reveals

GRUMMANa€ S FLYING BARREL
Grummana€ s F3F was the last biplane fighter to be embarked on an American aircraft carrier and one of the final fighters of the US Navy to fl y in the vivacious colours that characterised American military aircraft at the end of the 1930s. Luigino Caliaro looks at a very special airworthy warbird

LEARJET LEGACY
Fifty years on from the delivery of the first Learjet Sebastian Morgan looks back at the iconic business jeta€ s first half a century

FLYING a€~VERAa€
Concluding his coverage of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Lancaster, Doug Fisher speaks to the crews who maintain and fly FM213

EARTH ROUNDERS
Nowadays we take round the world air travel for granted, but just 90 years ago a team of United States Army Air Service pilots became the first to circumnavigate the globe. The trip took 175 days and covered 27,533 miles a€ as Steve Bridgewater explains

Regulars

NEWS
All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth

HANGAR TALK
Steve Slatera€ s a€~insidera€ comment on the historic aviation world

AIRCREW a€" HOW DO THEY DO THAT?
Author James Kightly and Illustrator Ian Bott explain how they turn thought into words, images and artwork

BATTLE HONOURS a€" 47 SQUADRON
a€~Harassing the Italians out of East Africa.a€ Martyn Chorlton investigates 47 Squadrona€ s Vickers Wellesley operations in East Africa in 1940-1941

PRESERVATION PROFILE
Richard Lakea€ s Hispano BuchÃÃ
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