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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News, News, News - Beverley's Beverley - a step nearer safety?; Grahame-White Factory opens at Hendon; Lynx prototype saved by Army museum; South Africa's airworthy Avro Shackleton carries on; DC-3 for the Lone Star Museum; Lavochkin leaves Duxford; Bulldogs for Cosford; 'Midway' to form new museum; Newark Air Museum's new hangar takes shape; Finnish Hurricane on the move; Successful year for The Helicopter Museum and much, much, more.

Please call me 'Theo' - Andrew Phendonos pays tribute to the only wartime Cypriot-born fighter pilot. Panico Theodosiu, who flew with courage and tenacity and who ultimately made the supreme sacrifice.

Striking by Night - An innovative exhibition at the Australian War Memorial impressively recreates an 'op' with Lancaster G-for-George. Jarrod Cotter soaked up the atmosphere.

Reclaiming the Night - Beleaguered Malta desperately needed night-fighter cover and came up with its own solution - one that lives on today. Robin J Brooks explains.

Rutland's Swords - Jim Shilliday recalls his days flying Canadian Sabres from North Luffenham.

Stand by for D-Day - As a prelude to the up-coming 60th anniversary, Mary James remembers the atmosphere inside the control bunker at Bentley Priory as the invasion was launched.

'Ghost' Fortress - Szymon Serwatka tells how the story of 'Miss BeHaven' was pieced together to reveal her unmanned landing in Poland.

Code Cracking - Squadron codes are a fascinating aid to aircraft and unit identification. Vic Flintham and Andrew Thomas reveal some of their secrets.

From the Workshop - At Bournemouth, the world's only airworthy DH Sea Vixen is coming out of her slumbers. Ken Ellis reports on giving 'Foxy Lady' wings.

Over Here - Daniel Ford continues his look at the US airfields of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire.

Museum - John K Healy visits the Great Patriotic War Museum in Moscow

New Old Bombers - India's air force was the last to operate the Liberator and today's B-24 population owes that country a great debt. Gp Capt Kapil Bhargava explains their longevity.

On Your Marks! - Moth racing in Australia is serious fun, but as Craig P Justo discovered, when it comes to tactics, the gloves are off
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