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Mechanic of Spitfires – Pavel Vanèata gives a short biography of Jiøí Grant; a mechanic of Spitfires within the Czechoslovak squadrons in Great Britain during WWII.

Thoroughbreds from Tachikawa – an account of some unique airframes produced in a Tachikawa factory in Japan during WWII.

Immelmann’s thirteen or the first Fokkers “E” within the 6th Armee – Part II of an article about an early combat career of one of the most famous fighter aircraft of WWI.

Skipper, where is Vietnam? or how I gained centurion in ‘Nam – an account of Colonel Ronald Williams USAF (Ret.) with emphasis on his deployment in Vietnam within the US Navy where he flew A3Ds. Colonel Williams’ biography included.

Aircraft of the fighter aces – Junkers Ju 88 G-6 (W.Nr. 622 830), 4R + BR, Oblt. Walter Briegleb (25 victories), Staffelkapitän 7./NJG 2. Three unique photos and one color profile with a short caption and a table of Briegleb’s aerial victories.

Italian storks in the Battle of Britain – Part one of a detailed account of combat activities of Italian bomber FIAT BR.20Ms during the Battle of Britain. Four color profiles of FIAT BR.20M included.

Liberators of the RAF above Southeast Asia – Pavel Türk describes combat activity of the Liberators within the RAF fighting in the Southeast Asian Theater of Operations during WWII. Three color profiles of Consolidated B-24 Liberator with details of their noseart included.

I flew with two aces – Part I of a detailed biography of Walter Telsnig who flew as a gunner/radar operator in Bf 110 night fighter during WWII.

Whirlwind from Yeovile – Part I of the article describing the history of one very interesting and rare airframe manufactured by unconventional factory Westland Aircraft Inc – Westland Whirlwind. One color profile of Westland Whirlwind Mk.I included.

How was it with colors on JG 54 aircraft on Russian front? – A reflection on use of color shades on the aircraft of the Jagdgeschwader 54 “Grünherz” applied in combat condition on the front.
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