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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Life begins at 30!: David Oliver looks at the unsung work of the Percival Pembroke, now ^having served the RAF for 30 years.
Wreck Hunt by Helicopter: - To Irian Jaya and the remote airstrip of Babo where ghostly Japanese warriors lie.
Hawg Wild: Duxford's B-29 has been with us five years. Ken Kroeger and friends recall the momentous ferry flight.
Airfield Architecture: The Pickett Hamilton Fort was designed to defend our airfields from paratroops, Robin Brooks explains.
Engines: Continuing our series, Paul Brindley examines the prodigious output of Junkers.
Museums of the World: Bob Ogden looks at the Buckeburg helicopter museum and its humble beginnings.
Airshow '85: More dates and events, including the busy Red Arrows schedule.
Whitehall Theatre of War: We preview the items due to go under the hammer.
Preservation Project: At St. Athan two Fairey Battles are being grafted into one, one from Canada, one from Iceland.
Tico: Anthony Mutton takes a look at this growing warbird meet.
Sahara Guerilla Fighters: The T-6 Texan was used for more aggressive purposes in Spain.
Type Report: More Tiger Moths and details of two Mosquitos both going to the USA.
Dive Bombers: Peter Smith concludes his series with the lesser known types.
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