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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, October 1988 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
A flash of silver - Part 3 - In which former English Electric chief test pilot Roland Beamont recalls flying the P.1A to the limits of its performance in the final stage of its main flight test programme
All the Queen's forces - Part 2 - The stirring spectacle of 639 aircraft performing a flypast for the Queen is recalled by M. J. Hardy in the second half of his account of the Coronation Review of the RAF, held at RAF Odiham in July 1953
A slice of the action - Chris Burkett reports on the filming of Piece of cake, the new Battle of Britain television drama series to be shown on ITV in October
Hart throb - Pictures of Hawker Hart light day bombers about their duties in the Thirties Per mare probare Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan resume their series on aeroplanes tested by the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment. In Part Ten they examine the seaplane and landplane versions of the Fairey Swordfish
Truck-top landing - Brendan O'Brien performing his party trick?landing a Piper Cub atop a juggernaut at this year's Biggin Hill Air Fair
RAF Kenley: bulwark of London - In the second half of his history of the Surrey airfield, Peter Cooksley recalls the Second World War and post-war period
Personal album ? civil - A third helping of pre-war pictures taken at Heston in 1934-39.
From Malta with bombs ? Part 2 - Gp Capt H. F. O'Neill DEC concludes his account of flying Spitfire dive-bombers?and one or two other exotic types?from Malta in 1943
Preservation profile - Former RAF Chipmunk WB683 is this month's subject Wings of peace John Stroud's everlasting series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with the remarkable D.H.83 Fox Moth
Personal album ? military - RNAS Sopwith Camels and a lone Pup, with captions by J, M. Bruce
"They told me to get lost ? so I did" - When asked whether his 1938 transatlantic flight was really a mistake, Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan replies with the words above. Bob Reid looks back at 'aviation history's most famous one-eighty"

MICHAEL O'LEARY'S front cover and centre-spread features two colourful Vultee BT-13 Valiants, half the fleet of the Flight of Four, an offshoot of the West Texas Wing of the Confederate Air Force, flying in May this year. The BT-13 was known as the Vibrator - its canopy rattled at anything nearing maximum speed.
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