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    Flight Journal February 2019

    Flight Journal February 2019

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    FEATURES

    China Blitzer
    Combat over the Hump

    Sonic Boom Salesman
    Adventures of a Cold War Interceptor Pilot

    Time Flies
    The Art and History of the Aviator Watch

    UFOs vs. Marines
    Do You Believe in UFOs?

    Flying Legends
    Hawks Flock to Duxford
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    Flight Journal December 2018

    Flight Journal December 2018

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    FEATURES

    8 | Shooting Blanks
    Top-Secret Cold War Recce Missions
    by Col. LaVerne H. Griffin, USAF, Retired, as told to and written by James P. Busha

    22 | Perennial Bad Guy:
    The MiG-21 65 Years Old and Still Kickin’ Butt
    by Fred Johnsen

    36 | Treasure Hunt
    The Never-Ending Search for Aviation Memorabilia
    by Sam Tipton

    44 | Which Way Did They Go?
    Midway’s Mysterious Tragedy Is Solved by a $10 Bill
    by Mark Carlson

    REGULARS

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    56 | Gallery/Reliable Reliants
    Stinson’s SR-5 Straight Wing
    by Budd Davisson

    62 | Classics
    Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk
    by Barrett Tillman

    64 | Review Runway

    66 | Tailview
    Confessions of an Av Hoarder
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    Flight Journal October 2018

    Flight Journal October 2018

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    8 | Flying Jackets
    History’s Love Affair with the Aviator’s Best Friend
    by Dave Parsons

    22 | Burma Banshees
    The 90th Fighter Squadron in the CBI
    by Grégory Pons

    34 | Brushstrokes
    Nose Art Goes to War
    by James P. Busha

    56 | Running with the Devil
    Becoming an Ace with “Satan’s Angels”
    by Col. Perry J. “PJ” Dahl, USAF, Retired, as told to and written by James P. Busha

    REGULARS

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    46 | Review Runway

    48 | Gallery
    Forgotten Survivor: The Culver PQ-14 Cadet Target Drone
    by Frank B. Mormillo

    66 | Tailview
    Rockoons: A Short Chapter in Atmospheric Research
    by John Lockwood
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    Flight Journal August 2018

    Flight Journal August 2018

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    8 | So You Wanna Fly a Warbird
    Your Guide to the Warbird Experience
    by Budd Davisson

    22 | Air Apaches
    Brave Little Indians
    by Lt. Col. Roman H. Ohnemus, USAF, Retired,
    as told to & written by James P. Busha

    34 | Spitfire Dive-Bomber
    Great Fighter, Lousy Bomber
    by Donald Nijboer

    44 | Quadruple PTO Ace—KIA
    Robert “Westy” Westbrook
    by Steve Blake

    COLUMNS

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    60 | Gallery
    Utility Warbird: Cessna’s LC-126
    by Budd Davisson

    66 | Tailview
    Airshow/Fly-In Season Is upon Us...Finally!
    by Budd Davisson

    DEPARTMENTS

    54 | Review Runway
    56 | Aviation Museum Guide
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    Flight Journal June 2018

    Flight Journal June 2018

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    10 | Vanished Hero
    The Mystery of Lt. Col. Elwyn Righetti
    by Jay A. Stout

    20 | Flak—Survival Was a Matter of Luck, Not Skill
    World War II’s Greatest Killer
    by Donald Nijboer

    32 | U-2 in Trouble
    He Was on Top of the World Until
    He Wasn’t
    by Col. Joseph M. Gaines, USAF, Ret.

    44 | Of Bombers and Boneyards
    Aircraft Graveyards through the Ages
    by Frederick A. Johnsen

    Columns

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    58 | Gallery
    Unlikely Survivor: Northrop’s N-9MB
    by Frank B. Mormillo

    64 | Review Runway

    66 | Tailview
    Cosmic Connections
    by Budd Davisson
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    Flight Journal April 2018

    Flight Journal April 2018

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    10 | Jet-Age Naval Warfare
    Not Your Granddad’s Surface Combat
    by Lon Nordeen

    22 | A Reunion of Icons
    Paul Tibbets’s 1976 Requalification on the B-29
    by Randy Sohn

    34 | Rental Bad Guys
    The USAF’s Contract Killers
    by Brick Eisel

    46 | Destroy Truk!
    Raid on Japan’s “Gibraltar of the Pacific”
    by Thomas McKelvey Cleaver

    COLUMNS

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    58 | Gallery
    Still Flying after All These Years
    by Budd Davisson

    64 | Review Runway

    66 | Tailview
    Dave Aiken’s Airplanes
    by Sam Tipton
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    Flight Journal February 2018

    Flight Journal February 2018

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    9 | Ten Aviation Myths of World War II
    Facts versus Fiction
    by Barrett Tillman

    26 | The Marines’ Lost Squadron
    The Odyssey and Tragic Drama of VMF-422
    by Mark Carlson

    36 | Captured!
    Aerial Combat Became Very Personal, Very Quickly
    by Eric Hammel

    56 | Buzz Job
    When Joy Overcomes Common Sense
    by Roy Stafford

    COLUMNS

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    47 | Gallery
    Fighting Cockpits
    by Budd Davisson & Donald Nijboer

    64 | Review Runway

    66 | Tailview
    Arguing Aeronauts
    by John Lockwood
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    Flight Journal December 2017

    Flight Journal December 2017

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    8 | The Most Produced
    Icons in Big Numbers
    by Budd Davisson

    24 | Stalin’s Flying Hammer
    Ilyushin Il-2 Shturmovik: Tank Killer Extraordinaire
    by George Millenger

    38 | WW II Diary: Grasshopper Roundup
    Treetop Warriors in Fabric Kites
    by James P. Busha

    50 | Midway’s Other “Lone” Survivors of VT-8
    More than One Airman Returned
    by Mark Carlson

    COLUMNS

    4 | Editorial

    6 | Airdrop

    58 | Gallery
    Stinson’s Big-Guy L-Bird: L-1 Vigilant
    by Budd Davisson

    64 | Review Runway

    66 | Tailview
    Harry Atwood: Aerial P. T. Barnum
    by John Lockwood
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