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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, October 2007 Issue

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eatures: Brisfit to Baghdad - In 1934 two lads set off in a war-surplus Bristol F.2B with a handful of AA maps - desination Baghdad. Johnny de Uphaugh recounts their journey Watching the Detectives - Dr Alfred Price opens our new Hidden History series with the little-known story of Germany's attempt to "sound out" Britain's radar defences in 1939 AAC Strikes Gold - The Army Air Corps was formed 50 years ago. Melvyn Hiscock looks back at the history of the Army's air arm and its role in conflicts ranging from World War Two to Afghanistan Desktop Reconnaissance - Satellite mapping technology is now available to all those with a computer and an inquisitive mind. Peter Davison explains how he tracked down some elusive aircraft treasures in the Far East Michail's Marvel - Keeping up to date with the preservation scene, MarkSheppard reports on a previously extinct MiG-3 fighter that has been returned to the air in Russia and is now destined for America The Orient Express - Air Vice-Marshal George Black's first-hand account of how he rushed 12 Lightningjet interceptors to Singapore on Exercise Ultimacy in 1969 Gannet Down! - Royal Navy pilot John Middleton and his crew suffered an extremely rare double engine failure in a Fairey Gannet Bob Gardner describes what happened next News: All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth Dogfight - A new opinion feature, starting with Spitfire vs Hurricane a€ and their relative roles in the Battle of Britain From the Archives - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 85 years ago - October 1922 Aircrew Picture of the Month - With a nod to our in-depth Database, the offer this month is an evocative photograph of five Hurricane Mk IICs Readers'Archives - We take a look at the album of Bill Maberly's uncle, official photographer on board HMS Attacker in 1942 Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics Flying Visit - Melvyn Hiscock talks to John Allam, former Chief Test Pilot at Handley Page Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world In Database - The Hawker Hurricane: Hawker historian CHRIS FARARA details the genesis, development and service career of Sydney Camm's Hurricane - one of the most valuable fighting machines in British history. Test pilot Duncan Simpson OBE flew two privately-owned post-war survivors, and takes us through a typical flight in the rugged fighter. Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall Our Navigator section at the back of the magazine tells you all you need to know about what to buy and where to go: Three Greens Airshows & Events Book Reviews Flyleaves - Antique Books High Society Registration Update Information Exchange Aeroplane services - contacts, back-issues, subscriptions, binders, newsagent order form, annual index and more Next month in Aeroplane
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