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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
GrapeVine - Preservation news from Michael Oakey
Veteran JP - The world's oldest flying Hunting Jet Provost is described by Adrian Balch and photographed by David Muscroft
Watson's Whizzers - Hugh Morgan and Isolde - Baur conclude their story of a group of American pilots who tested captured Me 262 jet fighters at the end of the war
Hunting's high lifter - The Hunting H.126 research aircraft of 1963, designed to test the high-lift qualities of blown flaps is the subject of Barry Jones's latest article on British post-war experimental jets
Spitfire anatomy - SJ Paine continues his engineering history of the Supermarine Spitfire and Seafire
Crossword - A Christmas teaser for you to complete after the plum duff
Imperial adventurer - Former Imperial Airways engineer Harry Morris continues his recollections of nursing a pair of D.H.86 airliners in West Africa in the Thirties
D.H.71 replica Unveiled - The Editor reports from deepest Hampshire
By day and by night - Owen Thetford recounts the RAF careers of the oddly-named Boulton & Paul Sidestrand and Overstrand bombers
Saunders' lame duck - Peter London describes the Saunders A.3 Valkyrie military flying-boat of 1926
John Cunningham - John Maynard concludes his exclusive five-part biography of the legendary pilot best known to the world as "Cafs-eyes" Cunningham
Military personal album - Bill Common's selection of post-war photographs depicts some thrills and spills aboard aircraft carriers
Youngman's fancy flaps - William Morse describes an early post-war experimental aeroplane designed by L.E. Baynes to test a system of double-slotted flaps evolved by Robert Youngman
Preservation profile - Chuck SIoat records the life story of a T-6G Texan based at Arnold in Maryland, USA
Point Cook's Lucky Star - Jack Wilkinson reports on the world's only flying Lockheed Ventura
Dickie, I hardly knew you - Fifty years ago this Christmas a 219 Sqn Mosquito crashed in Belgium. Jack Meadows looks into the mysterious circumstances surrounding the loss
Fathers of world aviation - Ken Aitken caricatures German aircraft designer Claude Dornier
Great moments - Alan Cobham's survey flight to South Africa in 1925-26 is recounted by David Baker and brought to life by artist Michael Roffe

Front Cover - JOHN DIBBS photographed Harvard NZ109 being flown by Keith Skilling near its base at Ardmore, North Island, New Zealand in April 1994. The aircraft is Jointly owned by Charles Darby and Jim Pavitt

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