Aeroplane Monthly 1985-05
FRANK B MORMILLO's photograph, taken in May 1983, depicts a formation of four Planes of Fame Museum aircraft. Nearest the camera is the Zero being flown by Jim Maloney. Next is the Curtiss P-40, flown by John Maloney, followed by Ross Diehl in the P-51D Glamorous Glen III and, in the background, Frank Sanders in the museum's Sea Fury
FRANK MORMILLO'S photograph of the Planes of Fame Mitsubishi Zero, flown by Steve Hinton, and F6F-5, flown by John Musala, taken in May 1982
Three P-51 Mustangs, with N5449V Habu nearest the camera. Photograph by MICHAEL O'LEARY
ADRIAN M. BALCH'S photograph of FRU Hawker Sea Hawk FGA.6 XE339 near Hurn, Bournemouth, on June 5, 1968.
Ron South flying Robin Livett’s newly-restored D.H.60M Moth G-AAVJ over Hamble on February 24, 1985. This year is the Moth's 60th anniversary.