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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
High Times & Hunters - Tony Haig-Thomas recalls his first encounters with the shapely Hawker Hunter while serving with the RAF
Two's Company - A dedicated team flies and maintains one of the world's last two airworthy Douglas DC-2s. Gerard Boymans reports from Holland's Aviodrome
A Life on the Edge - Tony Harmsworth concludes Terry Spencer's extraordinary life story, covering his transition from wartime PoW to acclaimed photojournalist
The Kaiser's Guided Missiles - The first guided missiles were proven in combat during the Second World War, but development began much earlier - as Ray Rimell explains
Archive Colour - Peter Arnold reveals a rare colour image of a Bristol Buckmaster at Hullavington in the late 1940s
The Indomitable Mr Hinchliffe - Derek O'Connor tells the tragic tale of the attempt to cross the Atlantic in a single-engined monoplane by a one-eyed World War One ace and an aristocratic actress
By Gum it's Big...... the reaction of most people on first-seeing the newly-completed Cody Flyer replica at this year's Farnborough Airshow
A Taste of Airline Heaven - Michael Oakey visits the BA Archives and Museum, a treasure-house of airline history

Regulars:
News - All the latest preservation news, compiled by Tony Harmsworth
Picture of the Month - A classic study of two Gnats in formation at the 1959 SBAC show
Aircrew - James Kightly has a detailed look at the Bristol Blenheim Mk I - by Ian Bott
Where on Earth? - This month Peter Davison's virtual search takes us across the globe to a Consolidated Liberator in India
From the Archives - Nick Stroud revisits the aviation news and issues of 60 years ago - 1948
Readers'Archive - Striking images from the album of Charles Gray, who was based at RNAS Lossiemouth during 1951-53
Skywriters - A selection of readers' letters on a wide range of topics
Flying Visit - Melvyn Hiscock talks to Australian pilot and adventurer Lang Kidby about his flying career
Crosswind - John Fricker provides sideways comment on the aviation world

In Database:
The Folland Midge & Gnat - DAVID WILLIS traces the development of Folland's tiny Midge into the Gnat, which went on to serve with several air arms with distinction:
- Genesis - why designer Teddy Petter believed small was beautiful
- The introduction of the ingenious but ill-fated Gnat fighter for the RAF
- Technical description - a look at the "agnatomy" of the diminutive jet
- Rebirth: the RAF gave the Gnat another chance - as a two-seat trainer
- The Gnat fighter was not finished - it saw service with Finland and Yugoslavia...
-... and India - the Gnat's career as a "Sabre-slayer" and its later development

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- Three Greens
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- Internet Review
- Airshows and Events
- Registration Update
- Information Exchange
- Aeroplane services - back-issues, subscriptions, binders, newsagent order form, annual index and more
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