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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:

Alex Henshaw - Peter Green and Ken Ellis pay tribute to a consummate pilot.

Scenes of Conflict - Max Waldron visits some of the remaining Falklands aeronautical 'battlegrounds'.

Pathfinders and the 'Lost' Village - Little Staughton village gave rise to a famous bomber station, but not without sacrifice. Neil M Cockburn describes the birth of an airfield and the exploits of its units.

Jet-on-Jet - Korea was the first war in which jets fought each other. Warren E Thompson describes the first battle.


Regulars:

News News News - First flight for restored Spitfire; 'Long-nose' Fw 190 rolled out; 'Old Buc' airfield sold; 'Bouncing bomb' for Scampton museum; C-47 saved in France; Combat veteran Spitfire comes together in New Zealand; Britannia moves to Liverpool; New schemes for airworthy Sea Vixen and Sea Fury; Luftwaffe relics for sale in southern England; Tomcat prowls the streets; Early-model Phantom to fly in the US, and much, much more!

Over the Trenches - Eagle of Lille - Ray Leach recounts the flying career of Max Immelmann, the first German 'ace'.

What's New - product reviews

In Focus - Curtiss P-40 Warhawk:
Birth of a Legend - Daniel Ford describes the evolution of the P-40 and its early variants.
Wheeler Field - Jarrod Cotter explains what happened to the base that was home to The Fighter Collection's P-40B when it was hit by Japanese aircraft on December 7, 1941.
Latest Legend - Pearl Harbor P-40B - Heading for Duxford is the oldest airworthy Warhawk, The Fighter Collection's latest restoration. John M Dibbs presents the first air-to-air and detailed images of a masterpiece.

From the Workshop - Sywell-based Delta Aviation Engineering looks after a hard-working fleet of classic Tiger Moths and is doing it in style, as Nigel Price reports.

Museums - Berlin's Flagship - Alan F Crouchman visits the Deutsches Tecknikmuseum.

Our Very Own - 501 Squadron - Our series on the RAF's Auxiliary units turns to the 'County of Gloucester' unit. Bob Uppendaun relates its life and times.

FlyPost - readers' letters

Touring Guide - Bristol's Heritage

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

Take to the Skies - As Close As You'll Get...North American's 'Pilot Maker' is a real 'warbird' and provides an opportunity to taste fighter-like performance. Ken Ellis reports on Warbird Experiences.

Cover Stories:
UK-bound P-40 Warhawk - We present the first air-to-airs and details of The Fighter Collection's fantastic Pearl Harbor veteran P-40B. Includes centre-fold.
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