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Czech trainer being restored in its homeland

Aero C-104 237 is undergoing a complete restoration to flight condition in the workshop of Czech organisation TMFC. The type is a post-war development of the better known Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann.

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Secret Vulcan procedures – preparing for a nuclear strike

It was called Mutually Assured Destruction, the deterrent that would prevent nuclear holocaust. In the September 2011 FlyPast Glenn Sands explained how the V-Force would have hit back after a Soviet strike

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How a Vulcan helped Concorde reach Mach 2

In the June 2009 issue of FlyPast, Steve Austin looked at the history of famed Vulcan test-bed XA903 after acquiring its cockpit

Canberra edges nearer to flight in California

Significant progress has been made in Canberra USA’s bid to return English Electric Canberra B.6 XH567 to the skies.

Jaguar T4 moved to Solway Aviation Museum

SEPECAT Jaguar T4 XX146 has recently changed hands and has been placed on display at Solway Aviation Museum at Carlisle Airport.

Army Flying Museum talk will commemorate Market Garden

To coincide with the anniversary of Operation Market Garden next month, Derek Armitage will be hosting a special talk at the Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop, Hampshire, on September 13 and 14, lifting the veil on the largest airborne operation of World War Two.

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Excavated Messerschmitt engines on display

An exhibition has been staged in France to showcase the engines of three JG 53 Messerschmitt Bf 109s

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The war and peacetime career of a film star B-17

In the August 1996 FlyPast Alan F Crouchman examined the wartime and postwar history of B-17G Flying Fortress 44-8846 (F-AZDX) ‘Pink Lady’

South Wales Aviation Museum receives Canberra

St Athan-based South Wales Aviation Museum has taken delivery of a 1954-built English Electric Canberra TT.18

Southend Vulcan open to visitors on Sunday 21st

The Vulcan Restoration Trust will open its gates to visitors this Sunday.

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