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Yankee doodlebug: America's copy of the German V-1 bomb

Attacks from German V-1 flying bombs gained notoriety during World War Two. Less well known is that the US developed its own version of the missile, the Republic-Ford JB-2, based on recovered remains of enemy weapons. Bill Cahill sheds light on the story

Provost lineage on display at Linton-on-Ouse during the retirement ‘celebrations’ of May 20 with, left to right, the ex-gate guard Provost T.1 XF545 ‘K-O’ (now up for auction), Jet Provost T.3A XM321 ‘21’ and Jet Provost T.5A XW360 ‘69’. Key-Dave Allport Feature Premium

RAF Jet Provosts fade away

For 34 years Jet Provosts were based at RAF Linton-on-Ouse, Dave Allport was there to witness the end of the type at the Yorkshire base with his report appearing in the July 1993 FlyPast

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The story of Sweden's Hawker S 9 Ospreys

Based on the Hawker Hart, Sweden’s distinctive Hawker S 9 Ospreys were catapult-launched from a seaplane cruiser. Jan Forsgren details the type’s history

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'Small but fierce': Ireland's Air Corps during World War Two

Invasion of the Republic of Ireland was a real possibility during World War Two. Peter London describes Ireland’s Air Corps during ‘The Emergency’

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Hawaii Pacific Air’s two Carvairs are now parked out at Honolulu, hopefully waiting for a new owner. Robbie Shaw Feature Premium

Last of the Carvairs

The unusual looking Carvair has always been a rarity due to only 21 being produced. The June 1993 issue of FlyPast revealed that a Carvair had roared back into the air again and was the last example in service

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Latest BBMF boss Sqn Ldr Mark ‘Suggs’ Sugden interview

James Peene met with the latest officer in charge of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. In the first of a BBMF two-part feature, here’s what Sqn Ldr Mark ‘Suggs’ Sugden had to say about his role

FM159 looking very dejected , just prior to the formation of the Nanton Lancaster Society. Author Feature Premium

Saving a Canadian Lancaster

The February 1993 issue of ‘FlyPast’ featured the story of how a Lancaster was saved by some people from the small Canadian town of Nanton

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FlyPast Cockpit: April Picture of the Month

Find out what the reader of FlyPast magazine voted as their picture of the month

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