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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News, News, News - Beverley's Beverley is sold; Aviodrome's 'Connie' is rolled out; Firefly TT.Is arrive at Duxford; Vulcan XH558 update; Breitling Jets display team formed; Spitfire leaves Duxford bound for Texas; Thunderbird's smart new livery; Corsair progressing well at Yeovilton; Boeing Stratofrighter scrapped in France; Blackbird goes on show; Bulldog for Cosford; Dutch museum on the move and much, much, more.

The Way We Were - In the first of a new series that describes the heritage of present-day RAF Squadrons, Jarrod Cotter highlights 4 Squadron's impressive history.

Men Behind the Medals - Graham Pitchfolk charts the career of artillery spotter pilot Captain Aubrey Young.

What's New Reviews

Destiny and 'S-for-Sugar' - Howard Heeley tells of Stan Bray's time as wireless operator flying in the RAF Museum's famous Avro Lancaster.

Return of the MiG-Slayer - The combat career of an Israeli Dassault Mirage IIICJ is outlined by Juan Carlos Cicalesi, Hern?n Casciania and C?sar del Gaizo.

Fighter Pilot's Paradise - Robin Brooks recounts combat over the skies of Malta.

From the Workshop - Ken Ellis and Nigel Price look at a Miles classic in Duxford's workshop.

Museums - Jarrod Cotter and Duncan Cubitt visit one of Australia's leading collections, the Temora Aviation Museum.

Ocean Guardians - Andrew Thomas tells the story of the first 'Free Norwegian' Squadron in World War Two.

G-ANNET! - Fairey Gannets in civilian hands are reviewed by our UK registration guru, George D Ash.

NASA and the Gannet - Daniel Ford explains how the USA's first Gannet was used in a remarkable experiment.

Precious Voices - Showcasing a new project that is helping to preserve rare aviation heritage related audio recordings.

We Salute You - In Memory

Glory Days - A portfolio of hot-natured DH Venoms, provided by Andy Thomas.

'Ops' Board - Events and Website

FlyPost - Mail Bag

Duty Carried Out - Jack Talliss remembers the deeds of Flt Lt P F Thompson DFC.

Behind the Photograph - David G Powers recounts the story of a famous World War Two image.

Miraculous Return - Kent Austin Ramsey and Allen Ostrom describe how a battle-damaged B-17 got home to its base against all the odds.

Invading the Night - Warren E Thompson explains the perilous night interdiction missions carried out by B-26 Invaders during the Korean War.

Clearing the Way - Douglas Skyraiders in combat in the skies over Vietnam.
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