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Aircraft of the RAF Magazine

View Reviews   |   Write Review Since the service was formed in 1918, the RAF has operated more than 590 different types of aeroplane, helicopter and seaplane. .. read more Aircraft of the RAF tells the story of all of those machines and the servicemen and women who have flown them, built them, maintained them or supported their operation in both peacetime and war.

Using a mix of archive images and contemporary photographs this 132-page special collector's magazine tells the story of the RAF from the flimsy canvas and wire biplanes the fledgling air arm inherited when it was formed through to the modern cutting edge aircraft of today.

Lavishly illustrated with both modern colour and period B&W images, Aircraft of the RAF combines detailed research with a mix of unusual and quirky stories that reveal the human side of service. It is intended to appeal to both enthusiasts and those with a passing interest in aeroplanes.  read less
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INSIDE 'AIRCRAFT OF THE RAF'

• The Force Awakens
• The Roaring 20s
• Record Breaker to Ambulance
• Beardmore Inflexible
• Water Birds
• Fairey’s Long Range Monoplane
• Bristol’s High Flying Monoplane
• On Silver Wings
• The Need for Speed (1920s)
• The Mother of all Drones
• The Last Biplane
• Camouflaged and Impressed
• From Airliner to Bomber
• Landing by Moonlight
• From Flop to Legend
• Spitfire: the Flying Legend
• The Forgotten Hero .. read more
• The Wooden Wonder
• Arsenal of Democracy
• American Legend
• The Ultimate Fighter
• The ‘Rafwaffe’
• Jet Age Pioneer
• First Generation Jets
• The RAF’s Pioneering Helicopter
• The Royal Flight
• The Next Generation
• Multi Role Canberra
• Record Breakers
• Women of the Royal Air Force
• If it looks right…
• Smoke on, Go!
• Supersonic Rocket Ship
• Mutual Assured Destruction
• The Flying Flat Iron
• Naval Leftovers
• A Vertical Reality
• The Longest Sortie
• Heavy Helicopters
• Second Hand Tankers
• Fat Albert’s Humanitarian Role
• European Tonka Jet
• RAF Today - 2020 Vision
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Since the service was formed in 1918, the RAF has operated more than 590 different types of aeroplane, helicopter and seaplane. Aircraft of the RAF tells the story of all of those machines and the servicemen and women who have flown them, built them, maintained them or supported their operation in both peacetime and war.

Using a mix of archive images and contemporary photographs this 132-page special collector's magazine tells the story of the RAF from the flimsy canvas and wire biplanes the fledgling air arm inherited when it was formed through to the modern cutting edge aircraft of today.

Lavishly illustrated with both modern colour and period B&W images, Aircraft of the RAF combines detailed research with a mix of unusual and quirky stories that reveal the human side of service. It is intended to appeal to both enthusiasts and those with a passing interest in aeroplanes.
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