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Air International Magazine, July 1993 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NORTHROP'S BIG WING - THE B-2 - In part two of the B-2 story, Dr David Baker addresses the technology, development and production of this remarkable aircraft.
PARIS AIRSCENE - First report and photographs on news and events, from our team at the 40th Paris Salon.
AIRSCENE - Military, commercial and aerospace industry news from outside the Paris boundaries.
ANY OLD IRON...? - Max Kingsley-Jones considers how the recent traffic downturn, recession and airliner production over capacity have affected the second hand airliner market.
TUPOLEV, RUSSIA'S PROLIFIC DESIGNER - Andrei Nikolayevich Tupolev was responsible for more diverse types of aircraft than any other aircraft designer in history, as recounted by Paul R Duffy.
BACKFIRE UNVEILED - Neville Beckett analyses what is arguably one of the most potent and strategically important Russian aircraft to be marketed.
HEAVYLIFT FLEXES ITS MUSCLES - Organisation, operation and equipment of this outsize cargo specialist are described by Stephen Bloomfield.
AERONAUTICA MILITARE ITALIANA AT 70 - Formed in March 1923, the Italian Air Force is facing a dilemma due to delays in the Eurofighter programme. In the first of a two part feature reviewing the current air force, Renzo Sacchetti describes the structure of the force, its training and air defence elements and lists the operational units.
FIGHTER A TO Z - Continuing the AIR International encyclopaedia of the world's fighter aircraft, this month covers the Sopwith Salamander, Dragon, Swallow, Snark and Snapper.
SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE - TURBINE STYLE - Rene J Fancillon and Gary L Killion review conversions of this versatile amphibian.
FLYING COLOURS - In the first part of Grey at 75, Barry Wheeler describes research into low visibility grey colour schemes.
LOT'S LOT - Emiel Sloot visits Trencin airfield, Slovakia; location of the LOT air repair plant and home for a Slovak Air Force Frogfoot squadron.
TALKBACK - Reader's letters on subjects carried in past issues of the magazine and of general interest.
IN PRINT - Reviews of some recent books received

FRONT COVER - First Embraer EMB-312F Tucano for the French Air Force. A pair of Tucanos, destined for the French Air Force, were on static display at the Paris Air Show; a report on which begins on page 2.
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