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All back issue stock to Volumes 34 has been donated to the RAF Museum, who have offered to take responsibility for the stock and sell it through their shops at Hendon and Cosford.
Since offering the option to download PDF copies of back issues from the web site, we've noticed sales of the printed journals decline dramatically. This has especially been the case for older volumes, prior to the regular inclusion of colour pages. Most older volumes are now incomplete, with many of the more popular issues no longer available in print.

Peter Wright has done fantastic work for the society, storing and managing the distribution of our back issues for more years than I care to remember. However, he's now decided that the time has come to take life a little easier - quite understandable now that he's significantly above pensionable age. Also he would like his garage back! Our heart-felt thanks go to Peter for his dedicated service to Cross & Cockade International in this role over so many years.

These two factors, coming together, have persuaded the committee that the time has come to stop selling printed back issues of the journal older than ten years. Therefore all stock from the beginning, to Volumes 34, has been donated to the RAF Museum, who have offered to take responsibility for the stock and sell it through their shops at Hendon and Cosford.

We are maintaining our policy that journals up to five years old are only available in print, unless we run out of stock, as has happened with Volume 41. ALL back issues older than five years are available via download from the web site. Also ALL printed journals back to Volume 35, for which we still have stock, are also availble in print.

Our intention going forward is to try to maintain at least ten years' back issue stock of journals in print.
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Article posted: 26/06/2014

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