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The Aviation Historian Issue 39

AUTHOR – Various

PUBLISHER – The Aviation Historian

FORMAT – Softback

PAGES – 130





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This issue includes: Sweden’s emergency war airbases; The early years of civil aviation in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania;  A chronicle of the USAF’s pioneering use of unmanned drones in the Vietnam conflict;  The methods employed by RAF Bomber Command to increase training capacity; The first of a three-part series on the political aspects of the development of a symbol of post-Second World War British recovery: the elegant but troubled de Havilland Comet jet airliner; The “UFO sighting” on Brazilian airline VASP’s Flight 169 in February 1982; The 1980s procurement process for the replacement for the RAF’s Jet Provost trainer; The Second World War proposal to build Consolidated B-32 Dominators in the UK; A Supermarine “slip-wing” flying-boat of the First World War period; The work of Hiram Cannon Otwell, a forgotten early-20th-Century champion of the tiltrotor concept; and lots more.

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