Aviation Classics - Issue 1 - Lancaster
Aviation Classics first issue was edited and complied by Jarrod Cotter, who has edited a host of aviation titles and was co-author of the highly successful Haynes Avro Lancaster Manual in 2008, this 132 page glossy A4 perfect bound 'bookazine' will include the following:
- Aircrew memoirs including a diary account jotted down the day after a night ‘op when a Lancaster was hit by flak and a night fighter.
- Words from Guy Gibson, the famous founder and Les Munro, the last surviving pilot of the ‘Dams’ raid.
- An innovative mix of top quality articles and rare wartime colour photography, plus modern air-to-airs and shots taken on board during flight.
- Features also on the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s airworthy Mk1 Lancaster flying out of RAF Coningsby and Lancaster VII ‘Just Jane’ which operates ‘taxi runs’ at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirby.
|8||Enemy Coast Ahead|
|20||Wg Cdr Guy Gibson|
|26||Flying the 'Lanc'|
|36||PA474’s return to flight|
|42||'Lancs' on film|
|50||Close call for the ‘Phantom’|
|56||Reap the Whirlwind|
|62||Bomber Command Memorial|
|64||'Are we on for Tonight?'|
|74||Inside the ‘Lanc’|
|82||Mynarski Memorial ‘Lanc’|
|94||Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre|
|98||ABC and an eighth man|
|104||‘Still Going Strong’|
|114||RAF Scampton - the Lancaster years|
|116||Wings For Victory|
|124||A Kiwi with the Dam Busters|