Transferred to the new Dulles Centre and reassembled for display at the end of September was the last remaining example of the fastest production piston-engined fighter ever built… the Dornier Do-355 'Pheil' (Arrow).....
Issue 52 ( 2005 #4 September - October )
Battle For Survival
The Full Fury Pt.1
Edgar Percival EP.9
Airshows Europe, USA & Australia
Korean War combat veteran F4U-4 Corsair Bu 97359 flew with VF-44 off the USS Boxer raking up 300 combat hours. The sortie undertaken for this portfolio was far less dangerous the aircraft being ‘shot’ by....
Issue 51 ( 2005 #3 June - August )
Nth Queensland Warbirds
For the first time a film crew have been able to visit an incredible aircraft dumping ground. In depths of over 100ft. are dozens of stripped aircraft including at least one Avenger, SBD Dauntless dive bombers,....
Issue 50 ( 2005 #2 March - May )
P-51 Dove of Peace
Berlin's New Museum
The 'Blue Max' Pfalz
Gulls! Gulls! Gulls!
Imported into New Zealand by Robert Borrius Broek, this P-51 has recently flown at its new home at Wanaka. We look at the aircraft‚Äôs history from its shipment to Australia, return to the U.S. for rebuild and include not only historic photos, but some stunning air to air shots of it over the spectacular Alpine scenery....
Issue 49 ( 2005 #1 January - February )
Pays P40 Takes Flight
New At The Zoo
Buyers Guide To Yaks
Another stunning recovery from the wilds of the Russian North is now safely stored in the U.K. Lt. Ivan Baranovsky was an experienced combat pilot and disappeared on a transfer flight in 1944. The fate of the P-39 and pilot remained a mystery ....