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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, September 2007 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Return of the DH-4 - For the first time in 50 years, an example of the de Havilland DH-4 mailplane is now flying. Author & photographer Gilles Auliard reports
A Biting North Wind - Russian aviation historian Yuriy Rubin details the use of Hurricanes in the Soviet Union during the dark days of 1941-42
Aeroplane Explains...We help you get to grips with sleeve-valve engines, with graphics by Ian Bott
The Hens' Teeth in Junagarh Fort - Bob Gardner describes how Sussex-based restorer Guy Black rescued two incredibly rare Airco D.H.9s from India, and brought them back home
Flying the Knife's Edge - In 1956 RAFnightfighter pilot Gordon Cammell was selected to test-fly the Convair F-102A Delta Dagger with the USAF. He recounts being at the sharp end
Into the Grey - Hawker Sea Fury FB. 11 VR930 is operated by the Royal Navy Historic Flight and is currently their only airworthy aircraft. Lee Howard describes his role in its repainting
NulliSecundus - Philip Jarrett looks back to the appearance of Britain's first military airship over the skyline of London 100 years ago in 1907
Anushka Turns 60 - This year marks the 60th birthday ofAntonov's rugged An-2 ? Howard Gethin traces the long career of the'world's biggest single-engined biplane
Personal Album - Peter Davison's pictures of preserved aeroplanes tracked down in Thailand

News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Observer's Notes - Regular Aeroplane columnist James Kightly comments on the preservation scene
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on various topics
Flying Visit - A potted interview with the boss of training school Ultimate High, Mark Greenfield
Looking Back - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 75 years ago ? September 1932
Picture of the Month - September's offer is a glorious Kodacolor image of the Handley Page H.P.80 Victor
High Society - The 10 Squadron Association ? the first Squadron to take delivery of a Vickers VC10
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

Database - Vickers VC10:
Renowned aviation author Barry Jones describes the genesis, evolution and career of one of the most elegant British airliners ever built, which went on to serve with the Royal Air Force as a transport aircraft, freighter and latterly flight refuelling tanker, in which role it remains a vital asset in the Service's inventory today, Includes scale drawings by Tim Hall and double-page cutaway by John Marsden

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