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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
North American F-86 Sabre: a swept wing pioneer that became one of the most significant millHary aircraft in history.
Preservation Project: how a Percfval P. 56 Provost T.I has been brought back to life by the relentless efforts of Leicester APG.
Preservation News: Ken Ellis and Peter March's review of all that's happening on the aircraft preservation scene.
Saga of the Connies: Lockheed Constellations flew the world with 15 airlines. Today there are still 18 flying, some spraying crops!
Bookshelf. Chaz Bowyer casts his expert eye over the new titles and resurrects some old classics.
Hawker Typhoon: unpredictable, aggressive - the Typhoon left a trail of destruction in a role Hs designer had never conceived.
Smoking up the sky: a history of RAF display teams from Snipes of 1920, hordes of Hunters in 1958 up to the Red Arrows of today.
Aviation Archaeology: Peter Moron's regular bulletin from the fascinating world of wrecks and relics.
The Rare Kind: William Rhodes Moorhouse, a Brooklanos racer who earned the first air VC
Engines: First of a two-part series dealing with engines that battled for Schneider Trophy supremacy.
Museums: The Israel Defence Force Museum at Be'er Sheva is little known and closed to the public- but Stuart Howe brought back the story.
Between Wars Fighters; the second in the acclaimed series by Hendon Museum expert Tony HarroU deab with the Hawker Fury.
Comet restored. Peter Cooksley brings us up to date on the story of j the DH88 Grosvenor House.
I Remember: Squadron Leader Des Fopp re-lives his years with Britain's 'other' fighter, the overshadowed Hurricane.
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