Aeroplane Monthly 1974-12
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News Spotlight
Three Phantom F-4s from Lakenheath. Note the addition of a rear view mirror on the nearest aircraft.
This Spanish-built Ju 52/3m has recently been restored by RAF Gatow personnel for exhibition at the Berlin Senat Transport Museum
One of Doug Arnold's Sea Furies, G-BCKH, has been sold in the USA and is seen here at Blackbushe before departure.
A US Army CH-54B lifts the prototype Goodyear XF2G-1 from Patrick Henry Airport to NAS Norfolk. After restoration the aircraft will be returned to the USMC Museum at Quantico.
The Klemm 25 OH-ILI was built in 1928 and is now the oldest aircraft flying in Finland.
Five Vickers Varsities of 5 FTS, RAF Oakington, seen during a farewell flypast over the RAF College, Cranwell. The type is to be replaced by Jetstreams.
The prototype Rockwell international B.1 supersonic variable geometry bomber for the USAF was rolled out at Los Angeles on October 26, 1974.
The Miller JM-2 seen during a Formula One race at this year's Reno air races.
A US Army CH-54B lifts the prototype Goodyear XF2G-1 from Patrick Henry Airport to NAS Norfolk. After restoration the aircraft will be returned to the USMC Museum at Quantico.