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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
REGULARS:

NEWS - All the latest preservation news from the UK and around the world, presented by Tony Harmsworth
LOST AND FOUND - Philip Jarrett appeals for photographs of the waterborne version of the Hawker Hedgehog
CONTACT! - Preservation comment and analysis from Paul Coggan
SKYWRITERS - Readers' letters
FLYING VISIT - A potted interview with former ATA ferry pilot Diana Barnato Walker MBE, by Melvyn Hiscock
PICTURE OF THE MONTH - A perfect formation portrait of the silver Hawker Fury biplanes of 25 Sqn
LOOKING BACK - Nick Stroud browses in The Aeroplane of 75 years ago - April 1927
HIGH SOCIETY - The Friends of Duxford is this month's subj
CROSSWIND - John Maynard's regular comment column

FEATURES:

HUNTING FOR "HORUS" - Tony Harmsworth's exclusive report from Mauritania on the search for a crashed Handley Page Hermes
PILOT BIOGRAPHY: "BONES" MARSHALL - Robert F. Dorr recounts the flying career of a surviving USAF ace from the Korean War
"ALONE, UNARMED, UNAFRAID" - Doug Gordon describes the vital part played by the USAF's 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing in Korea
A SHOW OF STRENGTH - Pictures of Pakistan Air Force gate-guardian and display aircraft, by Paul Harrison
HIDDEN TREASURE - Malcolm V. Lowe reports from Yeovilton on some discoveries made during the ongoing restoration of the Fleet Air Arm Museum's Goodyear FG-1D Corsair
THE BEEKEEPERS' HONEY - Dr Mike Woollard samples the flying qualities of the world's only airworthy de Havilland Queen Bee, and looks at the aircraft's history
TESTING THE ENEMY'S ARROWS - The second half of Philippe Ricco and Philippe Couderchon's account of France's post-war testing of captured Dornier Do 335 Pfeil push-pull fighters
COULD THE FEW HAVE BEEN MORE? - Former World War two pilot Jack Meadows asks whether the RAF's pilot supply was mismanaged

DATABASE - D.H.8? HORNET MOTH

TYPE HISTORY - Stuart McKay MBE, Secretary of the de Havilland Moth Club, recounts the genesis and development of designer Arthur Hagg's biplane tourer
SCALE DRAWINGS - the D.H.87A and '87B, drawn by Tim Hall
THE HORNET MOTH SEAPLANE - Stuart McKay on the Canadian-developed float-mounted Hornet Moth
HORNET MOTH ANATOMY - A technical description by Stuart McKay, with a 1935 cutaway by The Aeroplane's 3.H. Clark
FLYING THE HORNET MOTH - A delightful pilot's perspective by Christpher Clarkson
THE HORNET MOTH IN UNIFORM - How the type found a role during World War Two
PRODUCTION LIST - A list of every Hornet Moth, with survivors highlighted

Navigator - Just when you think it's all over...Our Navigator section at the back of the magazine tells you all you need to know about what to buy and where to go:
- Book reviews
- Internet review
- Reader offer
- Information exchange
- Reader offer
- Airshows and events
- Aeroplane holiday offers
- Next month in Aeroplane
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