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REVI NO. 76 CONTENTS
Israeli Two-seat Ayits – an overview
summarizing 40-year service of TA-4s in the IDF/AF.
The article also describes armament, camouflage and
differences between individual examples.
The Fokker B.III of 04.1 series – this type
was used by the K.u.k. Luftfahrtruppe (LFT) as a
trainer, however, it was also employed as fighters
in combat. Its operational history has been regarded
as pretty uneventful, but Petr Aharon Tesař brings
new information on this issue, claiming that at
least two aerial victories were scored by this type
of aircraft. Two colour profiles are included.
Preview of pages 12 and 13
Czechoslovak Single-Engine Monoplanes in the
Luftwaffe Service – 4 colour profiles and photos
of Czechoslovak pre-war trainers used by Luftwaffe
USAF Thunderbirds – the history of the USAF
Air Demonstration Squadron, two colour profiles of
Thunderbirds’ jets are included.
of page 20
The Avia Bš-122 Wasp in the Royal Bulgarian Air
Force – the Avia Bš-122 trainer was a direct
successor to the successful B-122 and Ba-122
aerobatic competition aircraft. In 1939 they were
seized by the Germans and delivered to Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Yaks in the British Hands – on June
25, 1946, two Bulgarian pilots, flying Yak-9Ms,
defected to Italy. Later, the aircraft were
evaluated by JAS Storrar’s No. 239 Wing. Two colour
profiles are included.
“Kid Commander” JAS Storrar – conclusion of
the series of articles describing the combat career
of James Edward Storrar. It covers the period from
November 1944 until the end of the war as well as
his post-war activities. The article features colour
profiles of Mustang Mk.IVs, Gloster Meteors and
Preview of pages 34 and 35
Two pages of 1/72nd drawings of the Henschel Hs 126
A-1 and B-1 variants.
A poster of the Albatros D.III (Oef), 153.262, of
Flik 41J, June 1918.
Preview of page 48