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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 2518.pdf...DECEMBER 27TH, 1945 FLIGHT 685 THE YEAR THAT HAS PASSED gent of the Army which had captured Mandalay made a forced march south- wards to the Capital. The remnants of the largest of all the Japanese Ar...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1784.pdf...SEPTEMBER 6TH, 1945 FLIGHT Bombers or Rockets V Some Further Thoughts Prompted J?$ Ihe^tomctf Bomb : Enormous Possibilities of ^Atomic "Drive^for Rockets By A. V. CLEAVJ IN his August oth article in F...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1911.pdf...34° FLIGHT SEPTEMBER 27™, T945 BLACKBURN FIREBRAND IV with a large radial unit, and in this case ih< problem was complicated b*y virtui: of the fuselage lines of the machine having been kept as slim a...
1945 - 1911.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1946 - 0406.pdf...212 FLIGHT FEBRUARY 28TH, 1940 Quo Vadis V Naval Air Arm at Cross-roads : Problems of Reorganisation : New Aircraft Operating Puzzles : Tactical Employment Query By B. J. HURREN THE fog of secrecy whi...
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Thumbnail preview of 1954 - 1313.pdf...past the Forth Bridge—a "Flight" photograph by the author of this history. Familiar territory for No. 603: Three of the squadron's Vampire 5s flying THE QUEEN'S SQUADRON . . . G/C. Donaldson, D.S.O....
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1487.pdf...no FLIGHT AUGUST 1945 WAR IN THE AIR fleet is commanded by Vice-Admiral Sir Philip Vian, a tough fighting sailor who has been in many an action since the now distant days when he com- manded the destr...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1656.pdf...AUGUST 23RD, 1945 193 THE END OF IT ALL., The smoke column rising above Nagasaki three minutesafter the atomic bomb had exploded on August 9th. fe Ocean Air Force) proceeded to sink shipping wholesale...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1597.pdf...r66 WAR IN THE AIR worst possible position to complain when she now suffers herself. The sea-air side of the war was strategically settled some time ago; but it did seem that the clearing of Japanese ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1596.pdf...AUGUST I6TH, 1945 JAPAN'S offer to surrender was sosudden that it took most people bysurprise. It was the only sensible thing for the Japanese Government to do ; but the Japanese do not always do the ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1821.pdf...294 FLIGHT SEPTEMBER 13TK, 19.35 The Editor docs not hold himself responsible, for the views expressed by correspondents. The names and addresses of the writers, not necessarily for publication, must ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1968 - 2791.pdf...LIGHT International, 28 November 1968 squadrons and safety The "Fightin' Fortieth" officially known as 40th Tactical Fighter Squadron was formed in December 1939, going into training with P39's until ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1968-1 - 0158.pdf...FUCHT International, 19 December 1968 1 I -WWKBfex^ squadrons and safety The "Fightin' Fortieth" officially known as 40th Tactical Fighter Squadron was formed in December 1939, going into trainin...
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Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0080.pdf...FEBRUARY 3, 1921 " L.64 " AND " L.71" Two of the Zeppelins Surrendered to Great Britain (Concluded from page 58) "L.71" ("L.Z.113") was the second ship* of the last series of Zeppelins completed by th...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 0990.pdf...55° WAR IN THE AIR Formosa. The Allied object was to cut the Japanese communications down the China Sea and along the eastern coast of China itself between these Japanese home islands and the Dutch Ea...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1594.pdf...and AIRCRAFT ENGINEER FIRST AERONAUTICAL WEEKLY IN THE WORLD .- FOUNDED WOS> Editor C. M. POULSEN Managing Editor G. GEOFFREY SMITH, M.B.E. War Correspondent JOHN YOXALL Editorial, Advertising and Pub...
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Thumbnail preview of 1943 - 2135.pdf...AIRCRAFT ENGINEER FIRST AERONAUTICAL WEEKLY IN THE W6RLD •• FOUNDED WO9 Editor C. M. POULSEN Managing Editor G. GEOFFREY SMITH, M.B.E. Chief Photographer JOHN YOXALL Editorial, Advertising and Publish...
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Thumbnail preview of 1945 - 1485.pdf...io8 FLIGHT AUGUST 2ND, T945 The fighting for Okinawa was the most desperate and bloody struggle in which American .land forces have had to engage in the Pacific, and we can now realise why the enemy r...
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Thumbnail preview of 1988 - 0074.pdf...radars, the Japan Defence Agency continues to study its options on Awacs and aerial-refuelling tankers. The latter would obviate the necessity to scramble successive fighters to escort Soviet int...
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Thumbnail preview of 1950 - 0263.pdf..., 2 February 1950 1/5 SERVICE AVIATION Royal Air Force and Naval Aviation News and Announcements Boscombe Command AIR COMMODORE A. W. B. Mc-DONALD, C.B., A.F.C., has suc- ceeded Air Commodore H. L. Pa...
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Thumbnail preview of 1986 - 0030.pdf...Old and new—ANA flies 19 YS-Us and 15 737-200s the early 1970s, in a series of cabinet and ministry decisions, it was formalised into the aviation constitution. Under these rules (which also regul...
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