Look inside the current issue of TAH
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In the current issue:
The Stop & Go Show
Professor Keith Hayward FRAeS turns his attention to the political infighting behind the development of the HS 146
Rover David Pt 2
Vic Flintham concludes his two-part series on the RAF’s wartime close air-support role in the Mediterranean
Ces Hommes Magnifiques: Louis Capazza
Jean-Christophe Carbonel’s series on France’s “magnificent men” continues with the “flying saucers” of Louis Capazza, which flew — but only in an 1894 science-fiction novel
Former Royal Norwegian Air Force photo-reconnaissance pilot Kaptein Knut Lande traces the history of the Republic RF-84F Thunderflash in Norwegian service
Venezuela’s Aeronaut Monkey
Dr Bernardo Urbani examines an 1890 newspaper report about the first flight by a non-human primate in the Americas
Pan Am’s “Rogue” Atlantic Clippers
In 1946 Pan Am’s Atlantic Division unilaterally gave its fleet of Constellations geographical Clipper names — until being told to fall in line. Greg Smith investigates . . .
In 1926 Turkey placed an order for the Danish-built Rohrbach Rofix parasol-winged fighter; Lennart Andersson chronicles the short careers of the two examples built
The Other Sound Barrier
Following on from his article in TAH20 on the Westland Whirlwind and its propulsion problems, Matt Bearman delves further into the effects of shockwaves on propellers
Sabena’s Congo Ventilators
Leif Hellström profiles the use of Sabena’s helicopters in the insect-control role in the Belgian Congo in the 1950s
The Patagonian Eagle
After more than a decade of in-depth research, Ricardo M. Lezon and Santiago Rivas tell the full story of Argentina’s answer to the D.H. Hornet — the shapely IAe.30 Ñancú
On the Wings of the Hansa pt 3
Using extensive interviews with Cambodian military pilot Major Su Sampong, Albert Grandolini concludes his three-part series on flying with the nation’s air arm
The Impossibly Glamorous World of Perceived Noise Decibels . . .
Nick Stroud recalls many happy childhood hours listening to a promotional “flexidisc” of DHC-7 engine noise
Dieppe: the Luftwaffe Perspective
On August 19, 1942, the Allies launched an attack on the French port of Dieppe; Dr Andrew Arthy provides a forensic account of the day’s activities for Jagdgeschwader 2
“A Very Nasty Situation . . .”
Tom Singfield describes a “hairy moment” for the crew of a British Caledonian BAC One-Eleven at Gatwick in 1981
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