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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Provost Pair - Details of a new display team about to make its debut this season
Dunlop diversions - Part 1 - The Dunlop company's long association with aviation has not been restricted solely to aircraft tyres In the first of three articles. Colin E Read describes the Dunlop Differential Braking System, introduced in 1932
Nimrod patrol - Forty-five years on, ex-wartime Beaufort pilot Roy Nesbit flies in a Nimrod MR 2 of 42 Squadron
Preservation Profile - The Air Museum of Central Finland's Martmsyde F4 Buzzard comes under scrutiny
Wings of Peace - John Stroud's series on between-the-wars European airliners continues with the French Potez 62 of the late Thirties
A present from ... Part 1 - Bruce Robertson describes the wartime presentation schemes, whereby the public could "buy" their own named aircraft for the fighting services
Arctic venture - Part 4 - Roy Nesbit continues his account of RAF Catalina operations in the Arctic during the Second World War In Part Four 210 Squadron goes to the aid of the Operation Fntham survivors, and embarks on the North Pole flight
Armchair Aviation
Skywriters
Grapevine - Our monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world
Probe Probare No 24: Handley Page Hampden - Continuing their series on aircraft which received special attention from the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan examine the Handley Page Hampden and Hereford prototypes
Circus pilot - Part 1 - Wg Cdr F T K Bullmore opens a five-part account of flying with Sir Alan Cobham's National Aviation Day Displays during 1934-35
The rotary revolution - Part 3 - William Morse continues his series of articles on the "big five" rotary engines of the 1908-18 period with the Gnome Monosoupape
The air war over Vietnam - Part 5 - Philip D Chinnery recalls the events from the summer of 1965 to the end of 1966, and the government restrictions which hampered America's military- efforts
Personal Album - Collections of photographs taken at the Royal Air Force College at Cranwell in 1935
That elusive Meteor - Adrian Batch takes a look at a hybrid Meteor still used by Martin-Baker Ltd for ejection-seat trials at Chalgrove

This month's cover photograph was especially taken tor Aeroplane Monthly by RICHARD WINSLADE to mark the 50th anniversary of the first flight of the Spitfire The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Spitfire II is seen in the hands of Wg Cdr J Ward on his arrival over Southampton on March 5, 1986 He is escorted by Roland Fraissinet's Spitfire PR XI and Naif ire's Spitfire IX All three Spitfires attended the Spitfire Society's 50th anniversary celebrations held that day at Eastleigh
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