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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, October 2004 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
TOP OF THE PROPS - A news feature by Peter R. Arnold on the only flying Seafire, with air-to-air photographs by Philip Makanna
AN EMIUS STORY EMERGES - Mark Sheppard investigates the history of a Messerschmitt Bf 109E lifted intact from a lake
THE OFFICE - We begin a new series, to alternate with Aeroplane Explains, on aircraft cockpits. This month: the Meteor F.8
MONEY TO BURN? - Tim Skeet explores the costs of keeping vintage jets in the air
SAINT-EX FOUND? - Xavier Meal takes a critical look at the recent news about pilot/writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery
THE ART OF AVIATION - Another new feature series opens with a preview of the stunning Battle of Britain London Monument
PERSONAL ALBUM - Post-war propliners in colour
I WAS A NATIONAL SERVICE PILOT - Peter Richardson describes how he "got some in" in the 1950s ? in Vampires and Venoms
AN EYE FOR DETAIL - Our new series featuring fine close-up photographs of preserved aircraft focuses on a WW1 Ansaldo SVA 5 fighter
CENTRE-SPREAD - Supermarine Seafire 47 VP441
A TRAGEDY OF ERRORS - Tim O'Brien describes how troop-glider pilot Peter Boyle fared at Amhem 60 years ago
FIRST SUPERMARINES - Rare photographs of WW 1-era Pemberton-Billing aircraft
THE MISSING LINK - Rosina Brown visits a Link Trainer restoration team

NEWS - All the latest preservation news, presented by Tony Harmsworth
CONTACT - Paul Coggan comments on the preservation scene ? this month concentrating on Iraqi Hawker Furies
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters on a wide variety of topics ? including a fusillade about the investigation into Mark Hanna's fatal accident in Spain in 1999
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with former Rothmans team pilot and Battle of Britain film pilot Tim Mills, by Melvyn Hiscock
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - This month's Aeroplane archive photograph special offer features an Armstrong Whitworth Ensign
HIGH SOCIETY - Club Imperial, whose members support the building of an H.P.42 airliner replica, is this month's subject
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 50 years ago ? October 1954
CROSSWIND - Sideways comment on the aviation world, from columnist John Maynard

Michael O'Leary traces the genesis, development and highly successful career of one of the most distinctive and versatile Allied aircraft of the Second World War ? the twin-engined, twin-boomed P-38 Lightning. With scale drawings by Tim Hall and cutaway illustration by Max Millar

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