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Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world

Probe Probare No 16: Hawker Henley - Alee Lumsden and Terry Heffernan continue their series on aircraft that received special attention from the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment with the Hawker Henley target tug

Eyes in the sky - Part 4 - In Part Four of the series, Roy Nesbit describes the work of PRU Spitfires sent to North Russia in 1942-44. Their job was to safeguard Murmansk-bound Allied convoys by reporting German battleship movements in the Northern Norwegian fjords

Who's for Hudsons??Part 3 - Gp Capt H. F. O'Neill DFC FtAF (Retd) spent the first year of World War Two on Coastal Command Hudson operations over the North Sea and Norway with Nos 224 and 233 Sqns. This month he concludes his three-part article with an account of the attack on the German battleship Scharnhorst on June 21, 1940

Skywriters - The Hornbill enigma?Part 1 - In the light of newly-discovered material, Philip Jarrett unravels the confused history of a prototype Hawker fighter

Hurricanes at night - Part 2 - Wg Cdr Roland Beamont concludes his recollections of 87 Squadron's night operations on Hurricanes from Exeter and the Scilly Isles during 1940-41

Personal Album - Pictures of Imperial Airways H.P.42s and Armstrong Whitworth Atalantas taken in Africa during the mid-Thirties

Preservation Profile - This Month's subject, WACO UKC-S NC15214, based at White Waltham, has had no fewer than 19 owners during its 40-year life

Wings of Peace - John Stroud describes the Fokker F. II and F. III in his series on between-the-wars European airliners

Flugkapitan Hanna Reitsch - Part 4 - Brian Johnson continues his five-part biography on this remarkable German aviatrix with an account of her testing of the Me 163 rocket interceptor

British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 54: Supermarine Sparrow - Richard Riding describes R. J. Mitchell's entry for the 1924 two-seater Lympne light-plane trials
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