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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News! News! News! - New livery for a Duxford Spitfire; Catalina flies away from North Weald; More accidents in North America; Breighton's Spitfire returns; Shuttleworth on the up; Classic biplane rebuild in New Zealand; Brooklands' airliners on the move; Afghan Hinds discovered; two more jets for Farnborough museum; Voodoo arrives at the Canadian Warplane Heritage; Hunters to fly again; Hurricane gets top award at 'CockpitFest'; Dragon nearly ready - and much, much, more!

In Memory of Men - Bill Norman describes a Yorkshireman's tribute to Canadian bomber crews.

At all Costs - How the Japanese used desperate tactics to defend their homeland, by Mark Huggins.

What's New - reviews

From Gate Guard to Galveston - Nigel Price sets out the history of the Lone Star Flight Museum's awesome Spitfire.

Seaside Tragedy - A horrific collision over Blackpool has dire consequences for the seaside town, as Peter Moran and Russell Brown recount.

From the Workshop - A double bill of classic fighters - Frank B Mormillo tells of an Fw 190 rebuild in the US and Nigel Price reports from the home of warbird specialists, Airframe Assemblies.

Our Very Own - Bob Uppendaun chronicles the history of 503 (County of Lincoln) Squadron.

Airshow - Reports from La Fert? Alais, Duxford, the Isle of Wight, plus details of the forthcoming shows.

Glory Days - We celebrate the C-130 transport's 50th birthday in style.

FlyPost - mailbag

'Ops' Board - events and happenings

Museums - Ken Ellis heads to Gatwick to meet Peter Vallance and sees a very people-friendly collection.

40 years of excellence - A special salute to the RAF's famous 'Red Arrows' by Jarrod Cotter.

Mustangs versus Yaks - Warren E Thompson details combat over North Korea.


Also included in this issue is this 24-page pull-out section:

In Focus - the English Electric Lightning: As the Lightning celebrates its first half-century, we pay tribute to the amazing British jet fighter:
- Hugh Trevor describes the development of the Lightning's forerunner, the P.1.
- Flt Lt Ian Black tells of flying the incredible type with the RAF
- Tony Buttler takes a look at Lightning projects
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