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Air Pictorial Magazine, October 1993 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Air News - The latest developments in the world of aerospace from around the world including aircraft orders, both military and commercial.
Black Blenheims - Michael F Bowyer details the story of the fighter versions of this famous RAF aircraft.
Oshkosh '93 - An exclusive report by Mike Gradidge on the world's largest gathering of privately-owned aircraft.
Design Analysis: Mangusta - Italy's rotary-wing attacker - The Editor describes Agusta's two-seat anti-armour helicopter which began joining Italian Army units last year and is now deployed in Somalia.
Jetstream Lineage - Robert F Dorr traces the history of the twin turboprop design which is evolving into a family of regional aircraft that should see development into the next century.
Black Lady down - Lockheed U-2R caught by the camera of RAF photographer Rick Brewell.
Moths around Woburn - Don Conway reports on the de Havilland Moth rally in a most English of settings.
Moscow Report - No great surprises at this year's Mosaero show as Rod Simpson found out in this exclusive report, but plenty to see as the pictures reveal.
Full circle? - 'Tailskid' returns to the pages of Air Pictorial and considers the options open to the RAF for its furture new transport aircraft.
Air Videos - Some more recent releases viewed and reviewed by Ray Sanger.
Air Letters - Comments, criticism and views from readers on aerospace topics.
The 1920 Air Ministry Trials for Commercial Aircraft - A major reference work by Ray Sanger on the important trials which set the nare for rivil aircraft Hevelnnmenr in the UK after WWT.
Indian interlude - From the files of Philip Jarrett, Mosquitos and other aircraft seen in India at the end of WWII.
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 country.
Asian scrapbook - Preserved aircraft in Bangkok and Saigon.
Valedictory for a Victor - October sees the final withdrawal from service of the last of the famous V-Bombers. Graham Robson has flown with 55 Sqn and writes his own impressions of Handley Page's final four-engined bomber.
Air Books - Some recent books reviewed including the unfinished writings of Wg Cdr Paul Richey in a new work by Norman Franks.

FRONT COVER: BAe Jetstream 41 of United Express seen prior to delivery in May this year. An article on the aircraft begins on page 467.
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