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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Wings of change - Part 2 - J. M. Ramsden concludes his 40th anniversary reappraisal of a prodigious British design achievement: the de Havilland D.H.106 Comet, the world's first true jet transport, which first flew on July 27, 1949
Policing the Empire - Lawrence James examines the early use of the aeroplane as an instrument of British Imperial control
The Skyhawks acrobatic team - Joy Frazer introduces something different on the air show circuit
Personal album - civil - Photographs of MacRobertson England?Australia air race competitors taken in 1934 at one of the refuelling stages
Rotary rescue - lan Hayes recounts the RAF's use of search and rescue helicopters over Suez, Cyprus and Christmas Island during the Fifties
Atlas: a supporting role - Part 1 - The Greek Titan who supported the world on his shoulders gave his name to a 1925 Armstrong Whitworth aircraft which played a valuable, though far less dramatic, supporting role for the British Army. Ray Williams traces its history
Mossies over the Med - Part 2 - Former RAF airframe fitter Fred Adkin continues his three-pan recollection of service with No 13 Squadron RAF in the Middle East and Mediterranean during 1948-51
Personal album - military - A selection of wartime RAAF aircraft types
Skywriters
Days at the races - Bill Boddy recalls some post-war charter flights, chasing stories as a motor-racing reporter
Preservation Profile - Stephen Grey's Spitfire IX ML417 is this month's subject
Wings of peace - The French Potez biplanes are examined in John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners
Goblins - Philip Jarrett presents some photographs of the Canadian Car & Foundry G-23 Goblin fighter of 1938
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