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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box 977026269527601, Series Monthly, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 107, Version sb, Language English
Changing of the guard
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's departing boss, Sqn Ldr Andy Millikin, reflects on his three-year tenure.
A Spitfire PR.IV has been retrieved from a crash site in Norway. Darren Harbar tells its story and outlines plans for the rare machine.
Ben Ullings goes wing-to-wing with the rarely seen Praga E.114M 'Air Baby' in Belgium.
Prototypes - 'Flying Wing'
Tony Buttler recounts the brief but fascinating history of the Armstrong Whitworth AW.52.
Pilot profile - Hajo Herrmann
Chris Goss tells the remarkable story of a German ground attack and night fighter specialist.
Bristol's second life
Use of the Beaufighter continued after the war. Ken Ellis examines its second career, which lasted until 1960.
SPOTLIGHT: Bell P-39 and P-63
P-39 – The Iron Dog
Donald Nijboer assesses Bell's innovative but often overlooked P-39 Airacobra.
P-400 in profile
Andy Hay presents artwork of a modified version of the Airacobra.
P-63 and Airabonita
The Airacobra's sisters are profiled by Malcolm V Lowe.
Chris Clifford details the options available to P-63 and P-39 modellers.
Museums - Shuttleworth by night
Darren Harbar presents images from a recent night photography shoot at Old Warden.
Reports from recent events in the US.
Story Behind The Scene
Gareth Hector reveals the research behind his dynamic painting of a Messerschmitt Me 262 – and don't miss your chance to win a limited edition print.
Museums - Stafford
Ken Ellis visits Stafford to marvel at the Royal Air Force Museum's hidden treasure trove.
The latest aviation-related products receive the FlyPast verdict.
From The Workshop
The wartime demise - and recent resurrection - of a Battle of Britain Hurricane is described by Darren Harbar.
The courageous actions of Great War pilot Andrew Beauchamp-Proctor are assessed by Graham Pitchfork.
World War One
Anthony Moor recounts the flying career of Lt Noel Perris, a Great War pilot who tried to defend London from Gotha bombers.
Keen FlyPast aviator Dave Unwin looks back on a memorable flight at the controls of a Beech 18.
Hawker Sea Fury.
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