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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Phihp Jarrett's monthly review of happenings in the aircraft preservation world, including a report on the Christie's auction at Duxford
Hughes'twin boomers - The Hughes XF-11 was designed for photo- reconnaissance, yet it looked like an interceptor. Its history is traced by the late Lin Hendnx. who flew both the XF-11 and its competitor, the Republic XF-12
Give us a lift - A collection of photographs featuring heli- copters giving free rides to mainly fixed-wing aircraft
Probe Probare No 7: North American Harvard - In part seven of their series. Alec Lumsden and Terry Heffernan describe the Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment's investigation of the North American Harvard trainer
Skywriters
"A fierce little beast" - During World War One, and before the introduction of the two-seat Sopwith Camel to some training stations, Capt Norman Macmillan OBE MC AFC wrote these Camel handling notes. Because of its handling characteristics. particularly the Clerget-engined Camel, pilots who mastered this stumpy little fighter were often regarded as supermen. Even Capt Macmillan was moved to remark "The Camel was a fierce little beast'
Pathfinding to victory - As an introduction to our Pathfinder Map Offer. Michael Oakey outlines the history of the RAF's Path Finder Force
Guiding star - A profile of AVM Don Bennett, wartime leader of the Path Finder Force
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