The summer edition of the journal (46/3) is being despatched from the printers tomorrow (11-Sep-2015), so will start to land on UK members' mats by early next week. It's another great journal - with some really excellent and fascinating articles and photos.
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Mission to Monastir: by Michael Kelsey
Atlas of German and Foreign Seaplanes: Zeppelin-Lindau "Dornier" flying boats; by Paul Leaman
The RFC with the BEF, June 1915: by Mick Davis
Where the Runway was a Beach: early aviation in Venice; by Pietro Lando
Uncompromising and Efficient: Capt HA Oakes, 48 Sqn, part one: by Stewart Taylor
Nieuport 12 & 20: by Mick Davis
Tale of a 20; by KevinKelly
Logbook: Nieuport Two-Seaters in RFC Service; Mick Davis & Trevor Henshaw
Gazetteer of Flying Sites part 23: Conclusion; by Mick Davis & Bill Morgan
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