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Air Pictorial Magazine, July 1993 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Air News - Information from around the world on aerospace developments separated into military and commercial sections for ease of reference.
Paris '93 - First Report - An exclusive report by John Cook on the first three days of the world's largest air show, highlighting the major news stories and the new aircraft exhibited.
'. . . Subject to an Enquiry' - Pictorial feature of some of the less publicised accidents to RAF aircraft during the period around the 1960s.
Beaching a Porcupine - A small incident to an RAF Sunderland flying-boat during the Second World War recounted by Bruce Robertson.
Airline Profile: Monarch Airlines - Giinter Endres looks at one of the UK's largest surviving holiday charter companies and provides a full fleet list.
Design Analysis: Russia's MiG-29 and Sukhoi Su-27 - Former advanced project designer Neville Beckett describes the two main front-line fighters used by the Russian Air Force. Part One looks at the design aspects of the two aircraft.
Exclusively Excalibur - Airbus A3 20 of Excalibur Airways pictured in new air-to-air views,
Air Letters - Correspondence from readers on topics in past issues and comments about aerospace matters.
From Jennies to jets - Keith Wilson looks at the history of the Maryland Air National Guard and its current equipment.
First to the Andaman Islands - Historian John Havers records a little-known operation that took place in the Far East during the Second World War.
Register Review - Roger Jackson's column on recent additions, amendments and cancellations to the UK register.
Airport Movements - Recent visitors recorded at UK airports by correspondents around the UK.
DDA - 'working on the future of the past' - The Editor visits the Dutch Dakota Association and finds a highly successful preservation group operating at a profit and planning an ambitious future.
Air Videos - The latest releases from DD Videos on Luftwaffe aircraft reviewed by Ray Sanger.
Air Books - Newly published works reviewed including a fresh look at the Boeing 747 and a further book on the RAF Dams raid.
Provost Phase-out - Roger Lindsay visits RAF Linton-on-Ouse to see the final Course on the Jet Provost and talks to an instructor about the change-over to the Tucano.

FRONT COVER: Fairchild A-10A Thunderbolt Us of the Maryland Air National Guard photographed by Keith Wilson from the rear of one of the unit's C-130 Hercules.
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