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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 22: Supermarine Spitfire - To mark the 50th anniversary of the first flight of the prototype Spitfire, which took place on March 5, 1936, Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan examine the A&AEE reports on the handling of K5054
R. J. Mitchell: my father - Part 1 - Dr Gordon Mitchell, son of Spitfire designer Reginald J. Mitchell, begins a two-part biography of his father based on his forth- coming book, R. J. Mitchell, due to be published on March 3
Arctic venture - Part 2 - Roy Nesbit continues his account of RAF Catalina operations in the Arctic during the Second World War. In Part Two he describes the preparations for a flight over the North Pole
H.P. - Part 2 - Kevin Desmond concludes his two-part biography of British aviation pioneer Sir Frederick Handley Page, who was born 100 years ago
The air war over Vietnam - Part 3 - In Part Three of his popular series Philip D. Chinnery recalls 1964, the year US Congress gave President Lyndon B. Johnson the powers to mount a fully-fledged but undeclared war against North Vietnam
Photographic competition results - At long last we publish the winning entries to our 1 985 photographic competition
Sea Fury - Part 4 - In Part Four of his series, Ray Williams describes the Sea Fury's trainer variant and the type's service with the RNVR Air Branch and overseas air forces
Personal Album - Selection of pre-war FAA photographs
The rotary revolution - Part 1 - The advent of the rotary engine had a dramatic effect on the development of early aviation. Rotaries were light, smooth-running and self-cooling, and were just what the pioneers had hankered after. This new series looks at the "big five" rotary engines from the 1908-1918 period. William Morse begins the series with his explanation of how rotary engines work
Patrick Lindsay - An appreciation of the Hon Patrick Lindsay. who died on January 9 this year
The barnstormer's apprentice - Part 5 - Final instalment of Harry Morris' account of barnstorming in England during the Thirties. in which he recalls going to Ireland with Sir Alan Cobham 's air circus, and taking a crack at wingwalking
Armchair Aviation
Preservation Profile - Brencham Historic Aircraft Company's NF. 11 WM167 is this month's subject
Wings of Peace - John Stroud's series on inter-war European transport aircraft continues with a description of the Junkers-G 31
Book competition results

Cover: Marking the 50th anniversary of the first flight of the prototype Supermarine Spitfire, on March 5, 1936, MICHAEL O'LEARY'S cover photograph depicts the world's most photographed airworthy Spitfire, Nalfire Aviation's Spitfire LF.IXB MH434. It is pictured flying in the Duxford area in May last year in the hands of Mark Hanna.
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