Aviation Classics - Issue 10 - Mosquito
This issue of Aviation Classics tells the story of the Mosquito from its troubled introduction as a concept to its success in its many roles, ending with a complete listing of surviving airframes worldwide.
Edited and compiled by Tim Callaway, who comes from an aviation background, has extensive knowledge of all things aviation-related. This issue will again comprise the publication’s now-established high-quality mix of features and photographs. This 132 page glossy A4 perfect bound 'bookazine' will include the following -
- The Mosquito served in every major role a military aircraft could – as a fighter, night fighter, intruder, heavy bomber, fighter-bomber, electronic counter measures platform, anti-shipping and photo-reconnaissance aircraft.
- How it was to see service in Europe, North Africa, the Mediterranean, the Middle and Far East.
- It was without doubt the most flexible and adaptable combat aircraft of the Second World War.
|8||Ancestors and evolution|
|14||Mosquito prototypes and testing|
|32||The Fighters, Night Fighters and Fighter Bombers|
|40||Flying the supreme Night Fighter|
|46||American Mosquito Night Fighters|
|54||The Banff Strike Wing|
|66||Alone and unarmed|
|76||Inside the Mosquito|
|88||The Mosquito abroad|
|94||The ball bearing run|
|100||The story of a Pathfinder|
|108||Mosquito variants at a glance|
|118||Mosquito to fly again|
|120||Jay Leno’s Mosquito Merlin|