FlyPast - December 2009

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FEATURES

HOME FROM HOME
A special `homecoming' for Norwegian veterans was held at North Weald in September - Arthur Moreton and Ken Ellis help celebrate the historic event.

THROUGH THE CURTAIN
A trio of unarmed F-100 Super Sabres carried out clandestine flights behind the `Iron Curtain' during the `Cold War' - Doug Gordon tells all.

75 - BUT STILL A YOUNG MAN
John Heard reports on how the Bcker Jungmann's 75th `birthday' was commemorated at a special event in Switzerland.

BEAR-FACED CHEEK!
Warbird pilot Leah Hammond is using the family's World War Two aircraft to raise funds for charity, as Phil Whalley explains.

SEA HAWK IS BACK
After a lengthy spell on the ground, the Royal Navy Historic Flight's magnificent Hawker Sea Hawk is back in the skies. Photography by Luigino Caliaro.

NEW MAN AT OLD WARDEN
Not many Boeing 767 pilots get to strap themselves into a 1912 Blackburn Monoplane at the weekend. Steve Beebee meets Trevor Roche, new chief pilot with the Shuttleworth Collection.

REGULARS

FROM THE WORKSHOP
Work to return a pre-production F-4 Phantom to the sky is progressing well in California. Damon J Duran looks at the state of play.

FLYPOST
Readers' letters and comments.

`OPS' BOARD
Where to go and what to see.

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