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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, October 1998 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features and Regulars:
VINTAGE NEWS - All the latest preservation news, including a first-hand account of the Catalina crash at Southampton, presented by Michael Oakey and Tony Harmsworth
WARBIRDS AT WOODCHURCH - Richard Paver reports on a P-47 Thunderbolt's return to the type's wartime stamping ground in Kent
WORKING WITH A GENIUS - Sir Frank Whittle's official biographer John Golley completes his account of unforgettable "one-to-one" conversations with the father of the jet engine
JACK AND JENNY - A Curtiss jenny has just returned to the air in Canada after 70 years on the ground and 21 years of restoration
MILITARY PERSONAL ALBUM - Photographs of Boulton-Paul types from the 1940s
A DIFFERENT WORLD - Ann Welch OBE concludes her personal record of aviation's inter-war Golden Age, based on her 1933 RAeS pocket dury
PRESERVATION PROFILE - Richard Paver turns the spotlight on Kennet Aviation's Red Arrows-painted Folland Gnat XP534/'XR993'
REPAINTING THE PINK LADY - High-tech modern methods were used to repaint a preserved B-17 Flying Fortress in France, as Xavier Meal reveals
A BROAD EXPERIENCE - Richard Riding opens a two-part biography of renowned pilot Hubert Broad, whose career spanned caribat in World War One and test- flying before and during World War Two
THE ACES - Ken Aitken caricatures World War One ace 'Robin' Compston
FARNBOROUGH 50TH - With the 1998 Farnborough Air Show upon us, Mike Hooks looks back to the first SBAC show at the Hampshire airfield in 1948
POLICING THE EMPIRE - British military aviation goes back further than most people think ? to observation balloons in the Boer War, as David Baker recounts
ARMCHAIR AVIATION - reviews of new books and videos
PERFECTING THE POWER - Barry Jones examines airborne testbeds for the Bristol Olympus and Orpheus jet engines
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
TOGETHER AGAIN - Mike Hooks reports from the 1998 Test Pilots' reunion at Popham
AIRSHOWS AND EVENTS - Aviation diary dates
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's comment column

Spitfire trouble...:
A SERVANT OF FOUR MASTERS - Wing Commander Tom Neil dfc* afc ae makes a welcome return to Aeroplane with an account of a wartime Spitfire trip which went as wrong as it possibly could

RICHARD PAVER - photographed The Fighter Collection's Republic P-47D Thunderbolt N47DD being flown by Pete Kynsey near the former wartime USAAF advanced landing ground at Woodchurch in Kent on August 2 - see pages 12-15 of this issue
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