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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, March 1987 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Michael Oakey's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Per mare probare No 1: Supermarine Seagull - Under a Latin title which translates?loosely?as "to test by sea'. Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan begin a new series on aeroplanes tested by the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment at Felixstowe. In Part One they examine the Supermarine Seagull ASP. I rescue and reconnaissance amphibian of 1948
Hollywood Pilot - Darrel E Jones reveals plans to make a feature film about Paul Mantz. one of Hollywood's greatest stunt pilots
Starship Alpha - Following in Jack Northrop's footsteps, an American homebuilder produced one of the more exotic shapes to be seen at Oshkosh '86?the Davis Flying Wing. Howard Levy reports
Competition results - The winners of, and the answers to, our Christmas recognition quiz, wordsquare and caption competition
Personal album - A collection of exciting post-war Mosquito photographs from ex RAF navigator Don
A thousand skies - Michael Oakey looks at the making of a recent Australian television series on the life of pioneer pilot Sir Charles Kmgsford Smith, with photographs by Ross Dimsey Productions via Malcolm Fife
Australian air knight - Ken Durdey traces the aviation career of Sir Charles Kmgsford Smith
"The question of launching torpedoes" - Part Two of Jack Bruce 's history of the early development of torpedo-carrying aircraft
Preservation profile - The life story of Peter Fowler's Australian-registered Auster III, NX500, based at Cootamundra, NSW
Wings of peace - John Stroud's regular feature covering between-the-wars European airliners continues with the German four-engined Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor
For business and pleasure - Mike Jerram continues his series on British post-war private and club aircraft with the second part of his history of the Chrislea Ace
Gone west - Obituaries of test pilots Don L. Brown and Geoffrey Tyson. whose deaths occurred in January
One way to deliver Hurricanes - Part 2 - Gp Capt H. F. O'Neill DFC and Bar concludes his account of ferrying Hawker Hurricanes to Egypt in 1941. Having taken off from HMS Victorious north of Algiers and arrived at Malta in one piece, he is promptly led into the teeth of the enemy by an escorting Wellington

Front Cover - MICHAEL O'LEARY's cover photograph features Ellsworth Getchell's ex-Royal Australian Navy Sea Fury, N260X. Imported into the USA in early Sixties, the Fury was' raced briefly and then allowed to lapse into a derelict condition. Airline pilot Getchell completely rebuilt the airframe and also built up two Bristol Cenfaurus engines The photograph was taken in 1982
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