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Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, May 1984 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
A Walrus to catch a whale - In the twilight of their lives several war-weary Vickers-Supermanne Walrus amphibians were rejuvenated to serve with a whaling fleet. An obscure episode in the history of a famous aircraft is recalled by Philip Jarrett
Wellesleys over the Sudan - Part 3 - Last month's episode ended with Gp Capt James Pelly-Fry down in the desert after a tailwheel-only touch-and-go. He now con- cludes his three-part article with experiences as CO of 47 Sqn in 1 940-41
Lizzie bites the dust - On August 21, 1983, Doug Arnold's West- land Lysander, G-BCWL, came to grief after an airshow at Halfpenny Green
Foxes in the Roaring Forties - De Havilland Fox Moths have had a long and happy association with the islands of New Zealand. In a three-part article John King takes a detailed look at the aircraft and their antipodean operations
Unscheduled arrival - On May 23, 1948, a Halifax loaded with apricots belly-landed in a cornfield in Bedfordshire. Richard Riding reconstructs the events that led up to Halifax G-AIZO's last flight
Wings of Peace No 8: Fokker F.VII - John Stroud continues his series on European between-the-wars airliners with the Fokker F. VII, an aircraft which first appeared in 1924 and which led to an important series of tri-motor transports
Personal Album - Photographs taken of RAF aircraft in India immediately prior to World War Two
Preservation Profile - Spitfire LF Mk VIII. MT719, rescued from India by the Haydon-Baillies in 1977 and now based at Caselle in Italy, is this month's subject
Dragon Lady: Crash file - Lockheed U-2s have earned a reputation for being accident-prone - a problem when you want to avoid publicity. Chris Pocock has assembled accounts of U-2 accidents and the events leading up to them
Where are they now? / Armchair Aviation
Pilot's progress - Sqn Ldr Norman Hearn-Phillips AFC DFM RAF (Retd) joined the RAF as a direct entrant in 1936. His progress, from his first day in the service to this first operational Beaufort sortie in 1940, is followed in this pictorial feature
Down in the glen - As a young University Air Squadron member in the late Forties, James Allan was let down by a Gipsy Major engine over a remote croft in the Scottish Highlands. He lived to tell the tale, and returned to the croft years later in a Shackleton, during one of the worst winters on record
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