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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News...News...News
Concordes on the move; Jetstream for Cosford; ANEC II flies at Shuttleworth; Spitfire nearly ready at Duxford; MiG goes to Farnborough; Air Atlantique gets new jets; Airworthy Gannet for the UK; 'Jumbo' for Aviodrome; Cosford 'wins' the lottery; Point Cook saved; Trident saved; Tiger Moth for Hawkinge and an Anson on the way back in Canada.

Nine Down in Four Minutes
In the first of a double feature involving 72 Squadron, Alan F Crouchman tells the story of '72's Big Day'.

Incident at Peretola
No.72 again, this time as part of 324 Wing and a tragic story in Italy.

What's New - Books and Products

Beaufighter Rocketeers
Latest in the Our Very Own series, 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, Sqn Ldr Bruce Blanche recounts the exploits of Johnstone Edgar.

If You Dare
The history of the prestigious 603 Squadron - from DH.9s to Vampires.

Merlins over Malta Day
We unveil an amazing day - Duxford May 9.

Glory Days
Jim Hughes presents a portfolio of birds of passage in Iraq and Pakistan.

UK Warbirds Directory 2004
We present our expanded rundown of the UK's airworthy warbirds, restoration projects and would-be flyers.

Condor Chase
Hank Adlam recalls a Wildcat combat sortie over the Atlantic against a marauding Focke-Wulf Fw 200.

In Focus - Wildcat
Grumman's Wildcat in Fleet Air Arm service gets the In Focus treatment - Ulster's 'Lady of the Lake', survivors and variants.

Museums
Double bill - Argentina's 'Flagship' and Dorset's Flying Aces.

From the Workshop
Celtic Thoroughbred, Nigel Price reports on the latest Spitfire to emerge from Historic Flying's Duxford workshop.

Celtic Two-Seaters
Daniel Ford presents a portfolio on the surviving Irish Spitfires.

Painting with Passion
As SWA Fine Art Publishers approaches its third anniversary, Jarrod Cotter pays a visit to see a new D-Day painting. Plus we have an amazing competition.

CockpitFest 2004
Launching our unique gathering.

FlyPost - Mail Bag

'Ops' Board - Events and Websites

Captured on Camera
An incredible book designed as a tribute to 'The Few' has earned its place in history.

Dragon Flight
Over the skies of California, a formation team of T-34 Mentors honours the US armed forces
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