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Flypast Magazine, September 2004 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News! News! News!
Concorde's mixed 'Fortune' in Scotland; Duxford's workshop gears up for 'AirSpace'; Lottery funding granted for Vulcan XH558; Classic Cessna flies again in Australia; Farewell to the Starfighter; Vulcan powers-up at Wellesbourne; MiG-29 on show in Cuba; Shenyang F-6 for Pakistani museum; Grumman Trackers to be scrapped?; Lancaster's gear comes down; Me 262 flies again; Sywell museum to expand; Jaguar XK Merlin supports 'Merlins over Malta' - and much, much, more!

What's New - reviews

A Very 'Special' Tour
Sean Feast reveals the 'hush-hush' wartime work of 101 Squadron's Ted Manners.

Low Down over Burma
Beaufighters in action over the skies of Burma.

This 'Ace' Nonsense
Roger A Freeman examines what makes an 'ace'.

In Focus - Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.
We present a special tribute to Boeing's four-engined 'heavy'.
Scott Thompson examines the US Navy airborne early warning 'Forts' at Love Field, Dallas.
The spotlight is turned on the UK's only airworthy B-17 - Sally B.
Take a 'walk' around the Lone Star Flight Museum's Thunderbird.
We turn our attention to Thunderbird's interior.
Nigel Price charts the history of B-17G 42-38050.
The RAF's 90 Squadron was the first unit to take the B-17 to war - R Wallace Clarke describes its problematical debut.
Potted histories of all the world's surviving B-17.

Breitling Jets
Jarrod Cotter pays a visit to the world's only professional civilian jet formation team.

FlyPost - mailbag

Soar with Legends
Father's Day, Canadian Warplane style!

Reports from Duxford's Flying Legends, Waddington, East Fortune; Kemble and Caboolture plus details of the forthcoming shows.

We Salute You - In Memory

CockpitFest 2004
Reporting from this year's record-breaking gathering of cockpits.

Glory Days
A portfolio of photographs featuring Spitfire PR.XIX PS888 The Last!

'Ops' Board - events and happenings

Over Here
Daniel Ford concludes his survey of the US airfields of Leics, Lincs, Northants, Notts and Rutland, plus a Yorkshire 'loner'. Martin Chorlton looks at Spanhoe's D-Day - page 106.

Even the Sand was an Enemy
Mick Britton and Bill Napier remember operations in the desert.
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