Aeroplane Monthly 1979-01
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S.Johnson - Corn stalks and black crosses
Views from Iron Annie taken by the author while over and near Merritt Island and the Cocoa Beach Area on July 14, 1978. Visible in the bottom picture is the mirror embedded in the cowling of the port engine, to assist in synchronisation of the propellers.
On approach, full 40° flaps, ailerons drooped to 15°.
An airshow pass “under attack” by a pair of T-6’s.
In company with a P-38L and a T-28A, and still trailing "engine smoke" from a mock combat.
A P-38L peels off after a camera pass at 8,000ft.
The author taking off at Ti-Co Airport, Titusville, Florida, on July 14, 1978. Designed for rough-field operations, the Ju 52 is endowed with impressive Stol capabilities.
Views from Iron Annie taken by the author while over and near Merritt Island and the Cocoa Beach Area on July 14, 1978.
An airshow pass “under attack” by a pair of T-6’s.
In company with a P-38L and a T-28A, and still trailing "engine smoke" from a mock combat.
In company with a P-38L and a T-28A, and still trailing "engine smoke" from a mock combat.
A P-38L peels off after a camera pass at 8,000ft.
“Iron Annie” on floats during her pre-war days in service with Det Norske Luftfartselskap A/S, with whom she served for 22 years. During the German occupation she operated on an Oslo-Hamburg courier service.