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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Probe probare No 23: Boulton Paul Defiant - Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan examine the Boulton Paul Defiant two-seat fighter in their series on aircraft which received special attention from the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment
R. J. Mitchell: my father - Part 2 - Dr Gordon Mitchell, son of Spitfire designer Reginald J. Mitchell, concludes a two-part biography of his father based on his book, R. J. Mitchell, published earlier this month
Arctic venture - Part 3 - Roy Nesbit continues his account of RAF Catalina operations in the Arctic during the Second World War. In Part Three he describes the disastrous Operation Fritham the Allied attempt to occupy the islands of Spitsbergen
A Dragon bows out - Michael O'Leary reports on the final flight of B-23 Dragon N52327
The air war over Vietnam - Part 4 - Philip D. Chinnery begins Part Four of his series with the devastating Viet Cong night attack on the USAF at Bien Hoa on November 1, 1964, and recalls events up to the summer of 1963
Golden anniversary - A pictorial tribute to the Bristol Blenheim, which first flew 50 years ago this year on June 25, 1936
Armchair aviation
Sea Fury - Part 5 - In this, the final part of his series. Ray Williams describes the Sea Fury's post-war use as a successful air racing mount
Personal album - Pictures taken aboard the aircraft carrier HMS Glory during its first commission
Preservation profile - The life history of a grand old lady who is still earning her keep
Wings of peace - John Stroud's series on inter-war European transport aircraft continues with a descrip- tion of the early Supermarine flying-boats, designed by R. J. Mitchell during the Twenties
The rotary revolution - Part 2 - The advent of the rotary engine had a dramatic effect on the development of early aviation. Rotanes were light, smooth-running and self-cooling, and were just what the pioneers had hankered after. This series takes a technical look at the "big five" rotary engines from the 1908-1918 period - the 50 h.p. Gnome, the Gnome Monosoupape, the Ie Rhone, the Clerget and the Bentley
BR. 1 and BR.2 family - through the eyes of an engineer. In Part Two, William Morse describes the 50 h.p. seven-cylinder Gnome, which first appeared in 1908
British pre-war ultra-light aircraft No 59: Westland Woodpigeon - Richard Riding describes another contender for the 1924 two-seat lightplane trials held at Lympne
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