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FlyPast Magazine June 2013 Back Issue

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June's comprehensive 132-page FlyPast is a collector's souvenir edition comprising of both our regular mixture of features and news along with a one-off 25-page special focusing on Jets of World War Two. With the Collings Foundation's incredible Messerschmitt Me 262 gracing our cover, we look at how the Luftwaffe used these state-of-the-art jets in combat, plus Russian plans for jet power and how Britain's World War Two Gloster Meteor was put to good use tackling V-1 flying bombs. Legendary test pilot Eric 'Winkle' Brown describes his experience of flying Heinkel's jet interceptor, the He126, and more.

MESSERSCHMITT SPOTLIGHT
One of the most famous and successful single-seat fighters ever built, our colourful 22-page Spotlight section shines on the fabled German Messerschmitt Bf 109. We compare it to its rivals, and profile several 'aces' that flew it.

YAKS UP HIGH
Richard Paver profiles a smart pair of UK-based Yak C-11 warbirds, with stunning air-to-air photography.

GLORY DAYS – USAAF
Images of the USAAF at Duxford during the war, and the story behind Eagle Squadron, a Duxford-based warbird formation team that recently paid homage to US airmen.

SEAFIRE
Acclaimed display pilot John Beattie talks about flying the jewel in Kennet Aviation's crown – the Supermarine Seafire XVII.

BETWEEN HELL AND HIGH WATER
Stories from World War Two aircrew from their training and 'ops' during their so-called 'rest' tours as instructors.

Plus, we visit museums in Oregon, go behind the scenes of a well known aircraft paint expert, examine the dangerous work of 'Cold War' RF-101 Voodoo pilots, and bring you news of a Grumman Hellcat flying again, the arrival of B-17 'Swamp Ghost' at its new home, and an exclusive on Biggin Hill's vast range of airworthy Spitfires and Hurricanes. Don't miss this one!

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June 2013 June's comprehensive 132-page FlyPast is a collector's souvenir edition comprising of both our regular mixture of features and news along with a one-off 25-page special focusing on Jets of World War Two. With the Collings Foundation's incredible Messerschmitt Me 262 gracing our cover, we look at how the Luftwaffe used these state-of-the-art jets in combat, plus Russian plans for jet power and how Britain's World War Two Gloster Meteor was put to good use tackling V-1 flying bombs. Legendary test pilot Eric 'Winkle' Brown describes his experience of flying Heinkel's jet interceptor, the He126, and more. MESSERSCHMITT SPOTLIGHT One of the most famous and successful single-seat fighters ever built, our colourful 22-page Spotlight section shines on the fabled German Messerschmitt Bf 109. We compare it to its rivals, and profile several 'aces' that flew it. YAKS UP HIGH Richard Paver profiles a smart pair of UK-based Yak C-11 warbirds, with stunning air-to-air photography. GLORY DAYS – USAAF Images of the USAAF at Duxford during the war, and the story behind Eagle Squadron, a Duxford-based warbird formation team that recently paid homage to US airmen. SEAFIRE Acclaimed display pilot John Beattie talks about flying the jewel in Kennet Aviation's crown – the Supermarine Seafire XVII. BETWEEN HELL AND HIGH WATER Stories from World War Two aircrew from their training and 'ops' during their so-called 'rest' tours as instructors. Plus, we visit museums in Oregon, go behind the scenes of a well known aircraft paint expert, examine the dangerous work of 'Cold War' RF-101 Voodoo pilots, and bring you news of a Grumman Hellcat flying again, the arrival of B-17 'Swamp Ghost' at its new home, and an exclusive on Biggin Hill's vast range of airworthy Spitfires and Hurricanes. Don't miss this one! Click preview to view the actual contents page.


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June's comprehensive 132-page FlyPast is a collector's souvenir edition comprising of both our regular mixture of features and news along with a one-off 25-page special focusing on Jets of World War Two. With the Collings Foundation's incredible Messerschmitt Me 262 gracing our cover, we look at how the Luftwaffe used these state-of-the-art jets in combat, plus Russian plans for jet power and how Britain's World War Two Gloster Meteor was put to good use tackling V-1 flying bombs. Legendary test pilot Eric 'Winkle' Brown describes his experience of flying Heinkel's jet interceptor, the He126, and more.

MESSERSCHMITT SPOTLIGHT
One of the most famous and successful single-seat fighters ever built, our colourful 22-page Spotlight section shines on the fabled German Messerschmitt Bf 109. We compare it to its rivals, and profile several 'aces' that flew it.

YAKS UP HIGH
Richard Paver profiles a smart pair of UK-based Yak C-11 warbirds, with stunning air-to-air photography.

GLORY DAYS – USAAF
Images of the USAAF at Duxford during the war, and the story behind Eagle Squadron, a Duxford-based warbird formation team that recently paid homage to US airmen.

SEAFIRE
Acclaimed display pilot John Beattie talks about flying the jewel in Kennet Aviation's crown – the Supermarine Seafire XVII.

BETWEEN HELL AND HIGH WATER
Stories from World War Two aircrew from their training and 'ops' during their so-called 'rest' tours as instructors.

Plus, we visit museums in Oregon, go behind the scenes of a well known aircraft paint expert, examine the dangerous work of 'Cold War' RF-101 Voodoo pilots, and bring you news of a Grumman Hellcat flying again, the arrival of B-17 'Swamp Ghost' at its new home, and an exclusive on Biggin Hill's vast range of airworthy Spitfires and Hurricanes. Don't miss this one!

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