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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
AIRSCENE - The monthly round-up of news and background to the news presented under section headings for Military Affairs, Civil Affairs, Aircraft and Industry and new Civil and Military Aircraft Contracts.
ADVANCING THE HARRIER - The first phase of study for a joint Anglo-American production programme for an advanced development of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier has recently been concluded. The background of the work done so far is described here.
MUSTANG - An essay in colour, by Charles Aro.
FIGHTER A to Z - Continuing the AIR enthusiast international encyclopaedia of the world's fighter aircraft, from the Boeing F4B-1 to P-12F.
PLANE FACTS - Answers to readers' enquiries from the AIR enthusiast international Files: De Havilland Don, Republic Rainbow and Dornier Do 217 prototype.
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE MARKINGS - The first instalment of an exclusive AIR enthusiast international compendium of national insignia in full colour.
MODEL ENTHUSIAST - Modelling comments, the latest kits reviewed and two pages of colour drawings of the Bloch 152.
TALKBACK - Readers of AIR enthusiast international offer comments of general interest.
IN PRINT - New aviation literature noted.
AIRDATA FILE - Technical data, photographs and general arrangement drawings for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Series 50, Piper PA-28 Cherokee Warrior and Rock- well Sabre 75A.
A NEW VERTICAL APPROACH - Captain Gerald O'Rourke, Director, Navy Fighter Study, in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, describes the philosophy and operating characteristics of the forth- coming Rockwell XFV-12A V/STOL proto- types with thrust-augmented wings.
BOMBS BY BALLOON - One of the least-known operations of World War II was the Japanese attempt to bomb the US mainland by balloons that were launched in Japan and left to float across the Pacific. The story is told in detail for the first time by Robert C Mikesh.
ARAVA - Israel's home aircraft industry plays an increasingly important part in supporting the nation's economy and its defence. In addition to overhaul, modi- fication and licence-production program- mes, it is now producing in quantity its first indigenous design, described here by Irvine Cohen.
DUTCH DIGRESSION - One of the most interesting applications of "centre line thrust" in a fighter was its use in the Fokker D XXIII prototype Pokker's former chief designer, Ir M Beeling, relates the story of its concept and flight testing, and the contemporary and equally unorthodox De Schelde S.21 is also described.
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