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Features

Memorial Flight's 50th

Fifty Golden Years
Jarrod Cotter looks back at the history of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Celebrating 50
Two major events launched the BBMF's half-century.

WIN! Signed Books!
Your chance to win one of TEN bookplate-signed copies of Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - 50 Years of Flying.


Disaster in the Dark
Ian McLachlan describes a B-17 night familiarisation flight that went tragically wrong.

Tommy Leader
A book and a print pay tribute to Gp Capt Tom Dalton-Morgan.

Condor Killers
Andrew Thomas relates the story of 802 Squadron, which became adept at destroying the dreaded Focke-Wulf Fw 200.

'What the Hell Are We Doing Here?
Used to being an 'elite' force, the B-29 aircrew of the 58th Bomb Wing had to ferry their own bombs over the Himalayas! Jerry Scutts describes the 'Superfort' pioneers.

Gunslinger
OK, so rockets and cannon shells don't come with it, but the AH-1 Cobra is still the closest you get to a flying tank! Fr?d?ric Lert reports.

Magic Really Does Happen
Wrecked by a ramp accident, the Eberhardt family Mustang looked like it would be out of the sky for years. Frank B Mormillo explains how 108 days later, the P-51 was back in the air.


Regulars

News... News... News...
Vulcan close to flight; Beaufort progresses; Greek Spitfire to taxi; CAF's B-24A Liberator rolled out; Canadian 'Lanc' on the move; Hunter for the Netherlands; Bentwaters museum opens; US Spitfires sold; 'Bucc' rolls into Kemble; Junkers relics raised; airliners' progress at East Fortune; 'Tante Ju' for the Aviodrome; new scheme for Cosford's Britannia; Memphis Belle exhibition opens; Blenheim finished and on display, and much, much more!

The Way We Were - 101 Squadron
We look at the life and times of 101 Squadron, celebrating its 90th anniversary this July.

We Salute You - in memoriam


In Focus - Double Feature!

Spitfire PR.XIX - Leaving the Jets Standing
Daniel Ford pays tribute to the Spitfire PR.XIX, a propeller-driven thoroughbred that had the jets beaten!

Spitfire PR.XIX - Rule of THUM
Ken Ellis pays homage to the weather-recce unit that made RAF history and helped to found the BBMF.

Spitfire PR.XIX - THUM's up!
Reporting from the 60th anniversary celebrations at Woodvale on Merseyside.

SAAB Viggen - Swedish Thunderbolt
Andy Marden details the demise of the awesome Viggen and charts the type's survivors.

SAAB Viggen - Countdown
Howard Heeley explains how the Newark Air Museum seduced a big, sexy Swede to the UK.


Airshow
Display reports from Lone Star 'Spirit of Flight' in Texas and EAA's 'Sun 'n Fun' in Florida, plus the UK airshow calendar.

From the Workshop
At their Coventry base, Air Atlantique's Classic Flight engineers deliver tender, loving care to their varied fleet.

'Ops' Board - where to go, what to do

FlyPost - readers' letters

And Another Thing - editorial comment

Museums - Pembroke's Beacon
Ken Cothliff visits a newly-established museum in Wales.

Touring Guide - Imperial War Museum


Cover Stories

Memorial Flight's 50th
Major treatment for the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's 50th - see pages 22, 28 and 93. PLUS win one of TEN signed books - see page 46.

Unarmed and Unafraid
Highlighting the Spitfire PR.XIX - BBMF's founder Spitfire type. See page 48 for the background to the 'Nineteen' and pages 52 and 56 for the RAF's last operator. PR.XIX PS853 flown today by Rolls-Royce.
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