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Also in this issue:

FlyPast Spotlight: Short Sunderland

Men Behind the Machine
Sqn Ldr Alan Coles remembers his time in action with the Sunderland-equipped 88 Squadron.

Sunderland in profile
Andy Hay presents artwork of a Short Sunderland used to defend shipping in the waters off Scotland.

Bowing Out
The flying-boat served in a variety of roles, including during the post-war years. Its final days in service are examined by Ken Ellis.

Legendary Spitfire

Old Flying Machine Company’s famous Spitfire Mk.IX is 75 years old this year. Ken Ellis tells its remarkable story.

Two-seater Spitfires
As more and more Spitfire two-seaters emerge from workshops, Daniel Ford details the original trainer versions.

Centenary Anson
An Avro XIX has been given a new identity to mark the RAF’s centenary. Words and images from Darren Harbar.

RAF 100 - Vampires
Sqn Ldr ‘Archie’ Kinch recalls how one pilot learned the hard way during training to fly Vampire jets in the 1950s.

Eject! Eject!
Ken Ellis reflects on the extraordinary career of ‘Benny’ Lynch, the brave subject of Martin-Baker ejection seat tests.


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