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AIRCRAFT & AVIATION Magazines 1920's to 2000+ (Aerial Warfare, Airplanes, Bombers, Defense, Fighters, Flight, Flying, Jets, Military, Missles, Pilots, Planes, RAF, RCAF, USAF) - For Sale;


THE A/C FLYER ( Ziff-Davis Pub.) - 1977 (December; Alfa Aviation's 601P);


AERO DIGEST ( The Aeronautical Digest Pub. Corp.); -

1925; December ("Japan's Air Plans Disclosed"; Back Cover Missing, Pieces missing around edges of Cover, thus FAIR, Reading Copy = $10.00);

1926; September (Back cover Wright Whirlwind Engines; Pieces missing around edges of Both Covers, Tape on Spine, thus FAIR, Reading Copy = $10.00);

1942 (January; Douglas B-19 Long Range Bomber); (February; Republic P-47 Thunderbolt); (August; Grumman TBF Avenger Torpedo);

1943 - (September; Grumman Wildcats in Flight);

1944 - (January 1; Eastern Airline DC-3); (January/15; Pennsylvania central DC-3); (March/15; Lockheed Lightning); (June/15; U.S. Navy Liberator); (July/1; Boeing B-29 Superfortress); (July 15; Douglas C-54 Over Mt. Whitney); (August/ 15; Aircraft Wing on U.S. Navy carrier); (September/1; Northrop P-61 Black Widow); (September/15; Consolidated Vultee Valiant); (October/1; Liberator Express); (November/15; A-26 Invader); (December/15; Bell Helicopter);

1945 - (February/1; P-51 Mustang); (February/15; Salute to Colonial Airlines); (May/15; Boeing Stratoliner); (September/1; Locheed P-80 Shooting Star); (September 15; Aviation Mail Pick-Up); (October 1; Grumman Tigercat); (November 1/ Formation of Consolidation B-32);


THE AEROPLANE ( Temple Press Ltd.) -

1935 - (January/23; Blackburn Perth Flying-boat); (January/30; Miles Hawk Aircraft);


AEROPLANE MONTHLY ( Business Press International Pub.) -

1985 (August; Kittyhawk);

1986 - (July; P-47G Thunderbolt);


AIR-AGE ( Columbia Pub. Inc. ) - 1943 (October; Corsair);


AIRBORNE (Airborne Pub. Inc.) -

1980 (February; Volume 1; #1;Beech Duchess); (March; Volume 1 #2; Mooney 201); (April; Volume 1 #3; The Breezy); (May; Volume 1 #4; Bellanca Citabria); (September/October; Volume 1 #7; Beech Bonanza); (November/December; Volume 1 #8; Cessna 421);

1981 - (January/February; The Snowbirds); (March/April; The Lake Buccaneer); (May/ June; Cessna P. 210);


AIR CLASSICS ( Challenge Pub. Inc.) -

1966 (July; Fokker D. VII/ Pfalz); (November; Volume 3 #3; UPF-7 Waco);

1970 - (February; Volume 6 #3; F8F Bearcat); (June Volume 6 #5; F6F Hellcat); (October; Volume 7 #1; Corsair); (December; Volume 7 #2; Special Combat Portfolio);

1971 - (March; Volume 7 #3; Soviet Fighters of WW II); (September; Lockheed Hudson III); (December; Annual Index);

1972 (January; The Sabre Saga); (February; Flying Tiger); (March; Hawker Sea Fury MK XI); (July; The A Birds); (August; Boeing C-97 Stratocruiser); (September; Special 25th Anniversary USAF Issue); (October; The Vampires of China Lake); (December; B-25 Mitchell);

1973 - (January; D-Day from the Air); (June; T-6 Texan); (October; RB-57-F Spy Plane); (November; History of the Vtol); (December; Challenge B-25);

1974 - (January; Convair F-102);(February; Grumman F8F Bearcat); (March; Sopwith Pup); (April; Boeing Guppie); (May; WWII P-47); (June; Fiesler Storch); (July; Over South China Sea 4th Night Fighters); (August; Hawker Sea Furines Bracketing a Mustang); (September; Prototype Savage); (November; Flying Undertaker);

1975 - (January; Westland Lysander); (March; Hindenburg Crash); (April; WWII Lightning); (May; Spitfire); (July; Super Sabre); (August; Bearcat); (September; A Survey of WWII Combat Art); (November; Seversky P-35);

1976 - (February; P-39 Airacobras); (March; Douglas SBD-5); (April; Corsair); (May; Fiat G-46); (July; CAF P-4ON); (August; Lockheed P-38M); (November; P-63F; Interview with Saburo Sakai);

1977 - (January; Euroworld B-17); (February; FM-2 at CAF's Airsho 76); (March; New Zealand Mustang); (April; Challenge B-25); (May; CAF Wildcat); (June; Grumman Hellcat); (July; Glaster Meteor); (August; Man O' War); (September; Caf Bell P-39Q); (October; Japanese Warbird); (November; Navy's Supersonic Crusader); (December; Grumman TBM);

1978 - (January; Challenge B-25/ F4U-7 Corair); (April P-63 Kingcobra); (May; Casa 2111); (June; Grumman Bearcat); (July; Grumman F7F); (August; Challenge B-25); (October; Mustang TF-51D); (November; USMC F4U-4 in Korea); (December; Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat);

1979 - (January; Reno Unlimited Scene); (February; Unlimited Sea Fury); (March; North American T-28 Trojan); (May; XC-142A); (June; Mitchell of Hanover Street); (August; B-17G); (September; North American )-47); (October; Republic F-84F); (November; Bristol Monoplane);

1980 - (March; Thunderbolt); (April; Walt Disney's Movie "Last Flight of Noah's Ark"); (July; Royal Avenger/ Boeing B-29 Superfortress); (August; Lockheed P-38 Lighting); (October; Flying Fortress); (November; Black Flight Triplanes);

1981 - (May; Hellcat and Zero); (August; F-86A Sabre);

1982 - (April; North American AJ-2P Savage); (June; Howard Hughes Flying Boat Being Moved into it's New Home); (July; Dewey Miller's Proud Mary); (August; FM'2P at Valiant Air Command Show);

1983 - (March; Sunderland on the Thames River);

1984 - (March; Spitfire and RAF Jaguars in Formation); (May; Douglas B-26 Whistler's Mother);

1985 - (September; Sea Furys over Minter Field);

1989 - (July; Mustang);

1993 - (January; Test Flight of Stiletto);


AIR CLASSICS: AIR WAR! 1939 - 1945 ( North American Mitchell);


AIR CLASSICS: AIR WAR OVER KOREA 1950 - 53 ( F-80's);


AIR CLASSICS: COUNTEMPORARY WARPLANES: 1986 (Volume 4; FA-18 Hornet);


AIR CLASSICS: GREAT WARPLANES SPECIAL; 1979 ( Fall; Gloster F9/37);


AIR CLASSICS QUARTERLY REVIEW -

1975 (Spring; Mustang) (Summer; Pictorial History of USN Carriers and Their Aircraft 1922 - 1975); (Fall; Pictorial History of Marine Airpower 1938 - 1975);

1976 - (Spring; 434 Squadron); (Winter; Warbirds over Merced);

1977 - (Spring; Siemens - Schuckert History); (Summer; Bristol Brisfit); (Fall; Grumman G-32); (Winter; Lockheed P-38 Yippee);

1978 - (Spring; Hawker Sea Fury); (Summer; B-24J); (Fall; Lockheed S-3A Viking);

1979 - (Fall; USN Rockwell OV-10A);


AIR CLASSICS: SOVIET MILITARY POWER: 1984 (Fall; Shocking Russian Air, Land and Sea Power);


AIR COMBAT ( Challenge Pub. Inc. - 1973 ( Winter; Volume 1 #1; B-25th Mitchell and Rosie the Riviter);


AIRCRAFT AGE (Columbia Pub. Inc.) -

1943 (December; Volume 2 #2; Schweitzer Sailplane);

1944 (April; Volume 2 #4; B-25; Mitchell); (June; Volume 2 #5; B-24);


AIRCRAFT ILLUSTRATED ( Ian Allan Ltd.; UK); - 1985 (November; Volume 18; #11; 4th Prototype; B-1A);


AIR ENTHUSIAST ( Fine Scroll Ltd.; UK); -

1971 (October; Volume 1 #5; From Islander to Trislander); (November; Volume 1 #6; Lyulka - a Soviet Pioneer);

1972 (April ; Volume 2 #4);


AIR ENTHUSIAST INTERNATIONAL ( Fine Scroll Ltd.; UK);

1974 (May; Volume 6;#5; Egyptian MIG-21MF); (June; Volume 6#6; Kamov; KA-25);


AIR INTERNATIONAL ( Fine Scroll Ltd. Pub.; UK);

1974 - (July; Volume 7#1; Dassault - Breguet Mirage Iiiee); (September; Volume 7#3; Airbus A300); (November; Volume 7#5; Buccaneer S2);

1975 (April Volume 8 #4; Canadian Air Power); (June Volume 8 #6; Eiffel Tower); (August; Volume 9 #2; U.S. Marine Corps Aviation); (September; Volume 9 #3; Lockheed P-3F Orion); (October; Volume 9 #4; Canadair CL-215); (November; Volume 9 #5; British Airways); (December; Volume 9 #6; General Dynamics F-16A);

1976 - (February; Volume 10 #2; Ramjet Conception); (March; Volume 10 #3; Shorts SD3/30); (April; Volume 10 #4; Westland/ Aerospatiale Lynx); (June; Volume 10 #6; Hawker Siddeley HS 748); (August; Volume 11 #2; DHC-5D Buffalo); (September; Volume 11 #3; Brazil Stresses Auir Capability); (October; Volume 11 #4; Boeing 747); (November; Volume 11 #5; 1A1 KF1R-C2); (December; Volume 11 #6; Fokker F27 Maritime);

1977 - (January ; Volume 12 #1; The Early-Warning Hawkeye); (February; Volume 12 #2; Northrop Tiger N-156); (October; Volume 13#4; 1A 58 Pucara);; (November; Volume 1#5; General Dynamics F-16);

1978 - (January; Volume 14 #1; Brazil's Commuter Airlines); (February; Volume 14 #; Third Generation Falcon); ((March; Volume 14 #3; Hawker Siddeley Harrier); (April; Volume 14 #4; Embraer EMB-111); (May; Volume 14#5; De Havilland Vampire MK 6); (June; Volume 14 #6; Aermacchi MB-339); (July; Volume 15 #1; Hinductn HJT-16 Kiran MK 1A); (September; Volume 15 #3; British Aerospace Hawk T MK1); (October; Volume 15 #4; Agusta A 109A); (November; Volume 15 #5; 5,000th McDonnell F-4 Phantom); (December; Volume 15 #6; IG-23);

1979 - (January; Volume 16#1; Dornier Skyservants); (February; Volume 16 #2; F-1045 Starfighters); (March; Volume 16 #3; Westland Sea King has MK 1); (April ; Volume 16 #4; Aeritalia G222); (May; Volume 16 #5; MBB Bo 105); (June; Volume 16 #6; Fairchild A-10A); (July; Volume 17#1; Boeing Vertol Chinook); (August; Volume 17 #2; Westland WG 30); (October; Volume 17 #4; TF-35 Draken); (November; Volume 17 #5; Panavia Tornado F MK 2); (December; Volume 17 #6; Jaguar International);

1980 - (January; Volume 18 #1; Lockheed F-104G Starfighter); (February; Volume 18#2; British Aerospace hawk of the British Red Arrows); (March; Volume 18 #3; Panavia Tornado Prototype 03); (April; Volume 18 #4; Lockheed Tristar of Cathay Pacific); (May; Volume 18 #5; Gates Learjet Longhorn 50 Series Prototype); (July; Volume 19 #1; SH 37 Viggen); (August; Volume 19 #2; Isreal Westwind 1124); (September; Volume 19 #3; Harrier GR MK 3); (October; Volume 19 #4; Westland WG 30; Prototype); (November; Volume 19 #5; Lightning F MK 6); (December; Volume 19 #6; Fokker F27-200MPA);

1981 - (January; Volume 20 #1; Sukhoi SU-24 Fencer); (May; Volume 20 #5; Jaguar GR MK); (June; Volume 20 #6; Yakovlev Yak-36MP Forger); (July; Volume 21 #1; Bell Jetranger 9H-AAJ); (August; Volume 21 #2; Siai Marchetti S211 Protype); (September; Volume 21 #3; Rockwell T-2E; Buckeye); (October; Volume 21 #4; General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon); (November; 21 #5; Dassault-Breguet Atlantic NG); (December; Volume 21 #6; Rockwell B-1 Prototype);

1982 - (January; Volume 22; #1 Jaguar GR MK 1s); (February; Volume 22 #2; McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II); (March; Volume 22 #3; Northrop F-5G Tigershark); (April; Volume 22 #4; Vought A-7K Corsair II); (May; Volume 22 #5; NDN-6 Fieldmaster); (June; Volume 22 #6; Mitsubishi MU-300 Diamond); (July; Volume 23; #1; Jetstream 31); (August; Volume 23 #2; British Aerospace BAE 146); (September Volume 23 #3; Airbus A310); (October Volume 23; #4; Boeing 767 Takes off From Turin); (Novmeber; Volume 23 #5; Aeritalia AP68TP); ( December; Volume 23 #6; McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender);

1983 - (January; Volume 24 #1; Embraer EMB-312 Tucano); (February; Volume 24 #2; Lockheed Hercules CMK 1); (March; Volume 24 #3; Jaguar GR MK 1); (April; Volume 24 #4; Shorts 360 Transports); (May; Volume 24 #5; Dornier 228); (June; Volume 24 #6; Israel Aircraft Industries Westwind); (September; Volume 25 #3; Embraer EMB-121AN); (October; Volume 25 #4; Dornier DO 24TT); (November; Volume 25 #5; Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia); (December; Volume 25 #6; Casa-Nurtanio CN-235);

1984 - (February; Volume 26#2; Agusta A129); (March Volume 26#3; AV-8B); (April; Volume 26#4 Pana via Tornado F MK 2); (May; Volume 26 #5; Hughes AH-64A); (September; Volume 27 #3; British Aerospace 146-200); (October; Volume 27#4; Lockheed U-2R); (November; Volume 27#5; Shorts C-23A Sherpes); (December; Volume 27 #6; British Aerospace Hawk MK 60);

1985 - (January; Volume 28 #1; British Aerospace jaguar Art); (March; Volume 28 #3; British Aerospace 125 Series 800); (April Volume 28 #4; Rutan Voyage); (May; Volume 28 #5; Embraer T-27 Tucano); (June; Volume 28 #6; Siai-Marchetti S211); (July; Volume 29#1; Aeritalio/ Aermacchi/ Embraer AMX); (August; Volume 29 #2; Mitsubishi T-2); (September; Volume 29Boeing 747-300); (October; Volume 29 #4; Tornado F MK 2); (November; Volume 29 #5; Pilatus PC-9); (December; Volume 29 #6; Aerospatiale/ Aeritalia ATR 42);

1986 - (January; Volume 30 #1; RF-4B Phantoms); (February; Volume 30 #2; De Havilland Canada Dash 8); (March Volume 30 #3; Hughes AGM-65E Missle Beneath the Wing of a harrier II); (April; Volume 30 #4; Aerospatiale SA 365); (May; Volume 30 #5; Embraer Brasilia); (June; Volume 30 #6; British Aerospace EAP Demonstrator is Depicted); (July; Volume 31 #1; Lock Heed S-3B Viking); (August; Volume 31 #2; Protype Aeritalia/ Aermacchi/ Embraer AMX); (September; Volume 31 #3; De Havilland Canada Dash 7 and Dash 8); (October Volume 31 #4; AV-8B Harrier II); (November; Volume #5; British Aerospace ATP); (December; Volume 31 #6; Aeritalia F-1045 ASA);

1987 - (January; #1; Embraer Tucano); (February; Volume 32 #2; 1A 63 Pampa); (March; Volume 32 #3; McDonnel Douglas KC-10A Extender); (April; Volume 32 #4; Shadow Modified S-76); (May; Volume 32 #5; Boeing 727 with General Electric GE-36 Unducted fan); (June Volume 32 #6;British Aerospace 146-200); (July; Volume 33 #1; McDonnell Douglas F-15); (August; Volume 33 #2; Pilatur PC-9); (September; Volume 33 #3; Fokker 50 Prototype); (December; Volume 33 #6; MIL MI-26);

1988 - (January; Volume 34; #1; Westland Lynx); (March; Volume 34 #3; Dassault-Breguet Mirage FI CE); (June; Volume 34 #6; Tupolev Backfire-B); (August; Volume 35 #2; Boeing 737-300); (December; Volume 35 #6; MIG-29);

1989 - (February; Volume 36#2; Dassault-Breguet Rafale); (March; Volume 36#3; Llyushin 1196);(April; Volume 36; #4; MBB BK 117M Demonstrater); (July; Volume 37 #1; Rockwell B-1B); (September; Volume 37#3; Sukhoi SU-25 Frogfoot); (December; Volume 37 #6; Siai-Marchetti S 211);

1990 - (January; Volume 38 #1; MIL MI-28 Havoc); (February; Volume 38 #2; Prototypes of Bell/ Boeing V-22 Osprey); (March; Volume 38 #3; Dassault Mirage 2000DA RDI); (April; Volume 38 #4; Westland Lynx AH MK 7s); (May; Volume 38 #5; F/A-18C Hornet of U.S. navy Squadron VFA-82 the Valions); (June; Volume 38 #6; Rockwell/ MBB X-31); (July; Volume 39 #1; Northrop B-2); (August; Volume 39 #2; Hughes AH-64A Apache); (September; Volume 39 #3; Embraer/ FMA CBA-123); (October; Volume 39 #4; Sukhoi SU-27); (November; Volume 39 #5; Saab JAS 39 Gripen); (December; Volume 39 #6; L-100-30 Hercules);

1991 - (January; Volume 40 #1; Westland Sea King MK 42B); (February; Volume 40 #2; Lockheed/ General Dynamics/ Boeing YF-22A): (March; Volume 40 #3; Jaguar GR 1A Refueling from a Tristar tanker); (April; Volume 40 #4; Fleet Air Arm Lynx has MK 3); (May; Volume 40 #5; AV-8B Harrier II); (June; Volume 40 #6; Dassault-Breguet Atlantic patrol Craft); (July; Volume 41 #1; Beriev's BE-42 Albatross Amphibian); (August; Volume 41 #2; Jetstream 41);(September; Volume 41 #3; Foxhound at the 1991 Paris Show); (October; Volume 41 #4; Iraqi SU-25K Frogfoot Lies Wrecked); (November; Volume 41 #5; Pakistani Combat Aircraft-General Dynamics F-16A and a Mirage 5PA and a Shenyang F-6); (December; Volume 41 6; 1991 Dubai International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition);

1992 - (January, Volume 42 #1; Royal Saudi Air Force F-15 Eagle); (February 42 #2; British Aerospace Hawk T-1A); (March; Volume 42 #3; Airbus A340 Prototype F-WWA1); (April; Volume 42 #4; Agusta A 129 Mangusta); (May; Volume 42; #5; McDonnell Douglas A-4K Skyhawk); (July; Volume 43 #1; Boeing B-52G 58-0170); ((October; Volume 43; #4; South Africa's Rooivalk); (December; Volume 43 #6; FT-5; MIG-17UT1);


AIR PICTORIAL ( Rolls House Pub. Co.; UK) -

1964 - (April; Comper Swift G-abus);

1968 - (September; BAC Lightning);


AIR POWER (Sentry Magazines Pub.) -

1971 - (September; Volume 1 #1; Northrop BT-1); (November; Volume 1 #2; The First Mustangs);

1972 - (March; Volume 2 #2; Brewster F2A-3); (May; Volume 2 #3; A Flight of P-51C"s); (July; Volume 2 #3 on cover; A-17); (September; Volume 2 #5; Curtiss Fleet hawks); (November ; Volume 2 #6; F5B Reconnaissance Version of the P-38);

1973 - (January; Volume 3 #1; SBD-5); (March; Volume 3 #2; Grumman F6F-5N); (May; Volume 3 #3; Nieuport 17); (September; Volume 3 #5; Bell P-63C-5 Kingcobra); (November; Volume 3 #6; P-38F Modified 2 Seats);

1974 - (January; Volume 4 #1; P-51D Mustang); (July; Volume 4 #4; Martin AM-1 Mauler); (September; Volume 4 #5; B-17F); (November;Volume 4 #6; 109G);

1975 - (January; Volume 5#1; AT-6 Brazilian Air Force); (March; Volume 5 #2; Mustang Quartet); (May; Volume 5 #2 on cover; Boeing 100 Restored); (July; Volume 5 #4; Spitfire MK IX); (September; Volume 5 #5; Messerschmitt 109E-4); (November; Volume 5 #6; Seversky AP-2 Racer);

1976 - (January; Volume 6#1; Macchi 202); (March; Volume 6#2; Lockheed P-38 Lightning); (May; Volume 6#3; Republic P-84B Thunderjet); (July; Volume 6#4; Convair B-58A Hustler); (September; Volume 6#5; Grumman J2F Duck); (November; Volume 6#6; Martin B-10B);

1977 - (January; Volume 7#1; Northrop F-61A-1); (March; Volume 7#2; A6M5 Zero 52); (May; Volume 7#3; Curtiss XP-55 Ascender); (July; Volume 7 #4; Vought XF8U -3 Crusader);

1978 - (January; Volume 8 #1; Vought F4U-1 Birdcage Corair); (March; Volume 8 #2; P-38 L-1-L0); (May; Volume 8#3; making the "Jug" a Matinee Idol); (September; Volume 8 #5; Martin B-26 Marauder); (November; Volume 8 #9; Bell P-39D-1 Airacobra);

1979 - (January; Volume 9 #1; Bell XFL-1 Airabonita Prototype); (March; Volume 9 #2; Brewster F2A); (May; Volume 9 #3; Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird); (July; Volume 9#4; General Dynamics F-111D); (November; Volume 9 #6; PT-17 Stearman WWII Trainer);

1980 - (January; 10 31; Curtiss SB2C-1 Helldiver); (March; Volume 10 #2; Boeing B-17-F); (May; Volume 10 #3; McDonnell F-101B Voodoo); (July; Volume 10 #4; Avro Vulcan MK 2 Bomber); (September; Volume10 #5; Vought Vindicator SB2U-3);

1981 - (January; Volume 11 #1; Republic F-105G); (March; Volume 11 #2; Test Pilot Tony Levier in Cockpit of XF-90); (May; Volume 11 #3; Northrop XF-89 Scorpion); (July; Volume 11 #4; G8N Rita); (November; Volume 11 #6; Lockheed P-38J);

1982 - (January; Volume 12 #1; North American T-6 Trainers); (March; Volume 12 #2; Boeing B-52G Rivet Ace); (May Volume 12 #3; Northrop F-5E Fighter); (July; Volume 12 #4; Mitsubishi Type 52 Zero); (September; Volume 12 #5; F-86 in Korea); ( November; Volume 12 #6; De Havilland MK VI Mosquito);

1983 (January; Volume 13 #1; Marine Aviation and the Future of Close Support); (March; Volume 12 #2; on cover; Curtiss P-40); (May Volume 13 #3; Curtiss P-40N-40); (July; Volume 13 #4; ER-2 a TR-1 Flown by NASA); (September; Volume 13 #5; P-51D 194th Squadron); (November; Volume 13 #6; Vought F7U-3 Cutlass);

1984 - (January; Volume 14 #1; Republic F-105G); (March; Volume 14 #2; Republic F-84); (May; Volume 14 #3; F4U-1 Corsair and F-18 Hornet); (September; Volume 14 #5; French Jaguar A); (November; Volume 14 #6; F-15 Eagle);

1985 (January; Volume 15 #1; Northrop F-20 Tigershark); (March Volume 15 #2; Lockheed F-80 over Korea); (May; Volume 15 #3; F-4 Phantoms Fly cover for B-52G); (July; Volume 15 #4; Mustang AG 345); (November; Volume 15 #6; Canadian Built Northrop CF-5A's Refueling);

1986 - (January; Volume 16 #1; Convair XFY-1 Pogo); (March; Volume 16 #2; B-1A Prototype); (May; Volume 16 #3; Grumman X-29); (July; Volume 16 #4; A-7; Corsair); (September; Volume 16 #5; Hurricane MK V); (November; Volume 16 #6; F-107 Prototype);

1987 - (January; Volume 17 #1; F-4C Phantom); (March; Volume 17 #2; CF-18A); (May; Volume 17 #3; First Prototype F-94C); (July; Volume 17 #4; North American AJ-1 Savage); (September; Volume 17 #5; Grumman FGF-7 Hellcat); (November; Volume 17#6; Seversky P-35A);

1988 - (January; Volume 18#1; Navy F-18 Blue Angels); (march Volume 18#2; Lockheed-Vega Built Boeing B-176 Flying Fortress); (May; Volume 18 #3; Convair F-106 Delta Darts); (July; Volume 18 #4; EKA-3B Skywarrior); (September; Volume 18 #5; F0111B Refueling Over Atlantic);

1989 - (January; Volume 19 #1; Top Gun F-14); (May; Volume 19 #3; Restored B-17 Shoo, Shoo, Shoo Baby); (July; Volume 19 #4; Fairchild A-10); (September; Volume 19 #5; Vought F4U-1A); (November; Volume 19 #6; F-16A);

1990 - (January; Volume 20#1; P-51D Mustang and Hawker Sea Fury); (March; Volume 20 #2; Lt. Col. Buck Taylor Prepare for Red Flag Mission); (May; Volume 20 #3; Lockheed SR-71); (July; Volume 20 #4; Fairchild A-10 Thunderbolt II); (September; Volume 20 #5; Lockheed F-117A Stealth Fighter);

1991 - (January; Volume 21 #1; MIG 29); (March; Volume 21 #2; Lockeed YF-22 ATF); (May; Volume 21 #3; Boeing B-52); (July; Volume 21; #4; Marine Skyhawk); (September; Volume 21 #5; Last Lockheed F-94B); (November; Volume 21 #6; FA-18 Blue Hornets);

1992 - (January; Volume 22 #1; Boeing B-74E); (May; Volume 22 #3; Space Shuttle Piggybacking on 747 Jumbo); ((July; Volume 22 #4; Lockheed P-38M Nightfighter); (September; Volume 22 #5; Douglas C-47 Dropping Fire Retardent); (November; Volume 22 #6; North American XB-70);

1993 - (January; Volume 23 #1; F-40 From North Dakota ANG Happy Hooligans); (May; Volume 23 #3; P-51D's in Korea); (July; Volume 23 #4; Northern Lights Two Seat CF-104D); (September; Volume23 #5; Lockheed SR-71A Blackbird); (November; Volume 23 #6; Spitfire MK VII);

1994 - (March; Volume 24 #2; Hawk P-6E); (May; Volume 24 #3; Grumman F4F-4); (July Volume 24 #4; North American P-51D Mustang); (September; Volume 24 #5; PBY-5A Catalina); (November; Volume 24 #6; Restored PBY-5A Catalina);

1995 - (January; Volume 25 #1; F-86E 51st Fighter Wing Korea); (March; Volume 25 #2; Republic P-47 Thunderbolt); (May; Volume 25 #3; Messer Schmitt ME 1096-6); (July; Volume 25 #4; Martin M-156 Super Clipper); (September; Volume 25 #5; P-51D0; (November; Volume 25 #6; Spad VII);

1996 - (January; Volume 26 #1; DB-7C); (March; Volume 26 #3 on cover; Martin P4M-1 Mercator); (May; Volume 26 #3; Mitsubishi A6M5 Model 52 Zero); (July; Volume 26 #4; Boeing B-176); (September; Volume 26 #5; Grumman F7F-3 Tigercat); (November; Volume 26 #6; Fairchild R4Q-2);

1997 - (January; Volume 27#1; Grumman F-14); (March; Volume 27#2; Grumman KA-6B); (May; Volume 27#3; Curtiss Helldiver); (July; Volume 27#4; SR-71; Blackbird); (September; Volume 27#5; Grumman F6F Carrier Fighter); (November; Volume 27 #6; P-51D 355th Fighter G.P.);

1998 - (January; Volume 28 #1; F-15E Strike Eagle); (March; Volume 28 #2; Ryan X-13 Vertijet Prototype); (May; Volume 28 #3; Republic F-105G); (July; Volume 28 #4; Northrop YB-49 Flying Wing); (September; Volume 28; #5; French Rafale Prototype); (November; Volume 28#6; Douglas A-26B Invader);

1999 - (January; Volume 29 #1; Douglas X-3 Stiletto); (March; Volume 29 #2; Vought FAU-1's Training 1942); (May; Volume 29 #3; De Havilland Mosquito MK IV); (July; Volume 29 #4; Boeing KC-97G Stratotanker); (November; Volume 29 #6; North American F-101C Thunderbirds);

2000 - (January; Volume 30 #1; Curtiss P-40E); (March; Volume 30#2; P-51D Mustang); (May; Volume 30 #3; Blue Angels FA-18); (July; Volume 30 #4; Boeing B-29); (September; Volume 30 #5; Vough F4U Corsairs Overfly USS Valley Forge); (November; Volume 30 #6; General Dynamics B-58);

2001 - (January; Volume 31 #1; North American AT-6A); (March; Volume 31 #2; A3J-1 Vigilante); (May; Volume 31 #3; Boeing X-32 Demonstrator); (July; Volume 32 #4; Douglas SBD-3 Dive Bombers 1941);


AIR PROGRESS ( Conde Nast Pub. Inc.) -

1963 - (June/July; Home Built Design winner Details); (August/ September; Tommy Morse Meets Piper);


AIR PROGRESS ( Conde Nast Pub. Inc.) -

1964 (January; West Coast Derringer);

1967 - (May; Cessna O-2A by Fred Wolff); (June; Boeing SST as AMSA Bomber);

1968 - (August; Single Seat Glaticopter);

1970 - (February; FB-111A First New Bomber in Ten Tears); (October; Bede 4 Kitplane); (November; Preview Light Planes of the 1970's);

1971 - (September; Chipmunk);

1972 - (November; Oshkosh '72); (December; Hangglider);

1973 - (February; Lake Buccanner & Schweizer Teal); (June; New Pilot's Handbook);

1974 - (May; Skylark Amphibian VW Kit Plane); (June; '74 Jackpot Year); (November; French Cap-10);

1975 - (November; Special Feature-Concorde);

1976 - (May; Aerobat vs. Citabria); (June; Skyrocket); (August; Cessna 140); (October; Cessna Hawk);

1977 - (January; Mooney 201); (March; T-Tail Bellanca & Gullwing Stinson); (September; Waco Meteor);

1978 - (June; Why You Need Spin Training);

1979 - (April; Pinto Jet);

1982 - (May; Mooney 231);

1989 - (June; Cessna L-19 Bird Dogs); (December; Fouga Magister);


AIR PROGESS: AVIATION REVIEW -

1979 - (Fall; Volume 3 #3; Classic Pose by a Classic);

1981 - (February; Volume 5 #1; Lockheed Blackbird);

1983 - (Spring; Volume 7 #1; P-51B Mustang); 9Summer; Volume 7#2; Leisure Sport S.5);


AIR PROGRESS: HOMEBUILT AIRCRAFT -

1966 - (Spring/ Summer: Fifinella by Hugh Beckham);

1966/67 (Fall/ Winter: Bill Warwick's Trike - Gear Bantam);

1967 - (Spring/ Summer: Jim Dewey and his Deweybird);


AIR PROGRESS: MILITARY AIR POWER REVIEW -

1983 (Spring: Rockwell B-1 #4 Prototype);


AIR PROGRESS: SPORT AIRCRAFT -

1969 (Winter; IRV Tallakson's Modified Mini Biplane);

1970 - (Winter: Thorp T-18);


AIR TECH ( Phillip Andrews Pub. Co.) -

1943 - (May; Robot Pilot); (September;/15; Back cover Camels); (November; U.S. Navy Zepplin);

1944 - (March; B-24 Liberator); (April; Liferaft Equipment Testing); (May; Emerson Turret); (June; Martin JRM-1); (August; Bell P-39 Airacobra); (October; Convair Catalina); (November; Bell P-63 King Cobra);


AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL ( Street and Smith Pub.) -

1948 - (April; Northrop YB-49); (May; Boeing B-50 Towing Lockheed P-80); (June; Custer Channel Wing); (July; Airlines - Glamour or Transportation?); (September; Midget Speed Planes by Frank Tinsley); (October; 1928 Curtiss and 1948 Jet F-86);

1949 - (January; National Air Race Winners); (February; The Reds Aren't Stallin'); (September; Aerial Hot-Rods); (October; Pictorial History of U.S. Helicopters); (November; Republic XF-91); (December; Burnelli Fights back);

1950 - (February; Russia's Answer to the Big Bomber!); (March; Jet Bomber Jockeys); (April; Wittman Buster); (May; Daddy of the Super Bombers - XB-19); (June; Gliding); (October; Duo-Monoplanes);

1951 - (July; Supersonic Killers!); (August; Chase Wins jet race);

1952 - (April; Hall-Massey Speed Models); (May; Northrop F-89 Fighter Zboyan); ((June; Grumman Cougar F9F-6); (July; The Best Missiles are Morons); (August; Chance Vought F7U-3 Cutlass); (November; Stits Sky Baby); (December; Fairchild C-119H);

1953 - (January; Avro 698 Dellta); (June; Air Progress-Submarine Story);


AIR TRAILS ANNUAL: AIR PROGRESS -

1938 (with 8 Full page Color Plates);

1939/1940 (with 8 Full page Color Plates);

1941 - (with 8 full page Color Plates);


AIR TRAILS SPORT AIRCRAFT (Conde Nast Pub.) -

1971 - (Winter; New Danish Sportplane Polyt 5);


AIR TRANSPORT WORLD ( Penton Reinhold Pub.) -

1985 - (July; Soviet Antonov AN-124); (November; Commuter Regional Transport Inventory);


AIRWAYS ( Werner and Werner Pub.) -

1969 - (October; Ray Stits Playmate Ceccna's Faithful 140);

1970 - (October; What to Expect from Your Flight Instructor);


AOPA PILOT ( Aopa Pub.) - 1997 (September; Learjet 45);


AVIAN (Corsair Pub. Co.); - 1969 (March; Volume 2 #1; Art Scholl with Chipmunk);


AVIATION ANNUAL ( Werner and werner Pub.) - 1973 (Pilot Report on all 1973 Planes);


AVIATION ART GALLERY ( Y-Visionary Pub.) - 1998 (June; Volume 1 #2; Eagle Squadron Painting by John D. Shaw);


AVIATION HERITAGE ( Empire Press Pub.) - 1992 (May; Lockheed P-38L Lightning);


AVIATION TRADE ( Plesman Pub. Ltd.) - 1987 (January; Volume 4 #1; Canadair Challenger CL601);


AVIATION WEEK AND SPACE TECHNOLOGY ( McGraw-Hill Pub.) -

1975 (June/9: Hawker Siddeley Hawk Trainers); (November/3; Poseidon and Trident Missles with Aerospike);

1977 - (January/3; Macchi MB-339 Trainer); (February/7; Grumman Type A V/Stol Model); (February/ 21; Orbiter/747 Masted for Captive Flight Tests); (May/30; Rockwell Hellfire on Hughes Helicopter);

1978 - (January/2; Aeritalia Tests Spacelab Module); (January/16; Selenia Aspide Launched at Sardinia); (February/6; F-15 in Vertical Climb); (March/20; Army/ martin marietta Copperhead Guided Projected Approached Tank); (May 29; DHC-7 in Flight Near Aspen); (June/12; Pave Penny Pods on A-10 Aircraft); (June/26; Large Structure Space Simulation); (July/17; XFV-12A Tethered Lift test); (July/31 Single-Stage Pershing Variant); (August/7; UH-60A); (August/ 28; Orbiter Lowered from Test Stand); (September/18; Aerospatiale Fouga 90 Trainer); (September/25; F-18 Hornet);

1985 - July(15; Soviet KA-32 Helicopter); (22; Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia Flies at Paris); (29; Northrop Corp Argon Laser Vortex) Flow Visualizer); (August/ 5; Usafe/ Grumman/ General Dynamics EF-111A); September (23; Full Scale Mock-up of Williams International V-Jet Concept); (30; USAF/ General Dynamics AFTI/F-16); October(21; Gallileo Spacecraftft Orbiter and Probe); (28; Pratt and Whitney PW1128 EMD); November - (4; Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts off on Defense Mission 51-J); (11; Boeing 767-300); (18 - AFT1/ F-111); (25 - USAF/ Fairchild T-46A);

1986 - April/14 - Electronic Warfare 2000 and Beyond); (August/18 - Free-Electron lasers); December (8; Rolls Royce 529 Contrafan Engine); (22; Aerospace factory of the Future);

1987 - January (19 - Special Report - Rotorcraft Technology); (26 - Fokker 100 Prototype);


AVIATOR ( Pilot Press Ltd Pub.) -

2000 - (April; CF-AAM Flies to Oshkosh); (May/June; Cessna Caravan);

2002 - (May; The Pro in the Cockpit); (October; De Havilland Single Otter); (November/December; CF-18 Hornet);

2003 - (February; Maintenance Tracking Solutions);

2004 - (January/February; Tanker 273 Waterbomber);


BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL AVIATION ( McGraw-Hill Pub.0 -

1988 (May; Cessna's New Citation V); (July; Cessna's Caravan 1);

1989 - (September; The Beech Recips);

1991 - (February; Cessna Citation X);

1992 - (November; Technology - The Quiet King Airs);

1993 - (April; TBM 700);

1995 - (December; Cessna Citation X);


CANADIAN AVIATION ( Maclean Pub. Co. Ltd);

1940 - (may; Wellington Bobers on Patrol);

1942 - (November; Adel Precison Products Corp);

1946 - (July; Float Plane Landing at Gray Rocks Resort); (August; Fairchild Husky);


CANADIAN AVIATION ( Maclean-Hunter ltd.) -

1973 - (March; DeHavilland DHC-1 Chipmunk);

1974 - (April; CP Air's Boeing 747 Super-Orange);

1976 - (November; Business Aviation Special);

1978- (August; Aerospatiale Astar);

1980 -(January; Cessna P210); (March; Beech Skipper); ((June; Piper Aircraft Re-Winger Six-Pack);

1981 - (March; Cessna 425 Corsair); (May; Edgley Otica Agusta 109A); (September; Canadiar CL600 Challenger); (December; CF-100 Canuck);

1982 - (August; Noorduyn Norseman);

1983 - (August; PZL Wiilga 80);

1984 - (July; Shorts 360 Commuter Airliner); (December; Piper Mojave);

1985 - (may; Beech King Air 300); (June; Stearman at the Sun 'n Fun Fly-In); (July; First Production Edgley Optica);

1986 - (November; General Electric GE36); (December; ARV Aviation Ltd. Super 2);

1987 - (June; Air Creebec Flight Attendant Carole Lafleaur); (November; Quebec Air Service CL-215); (December; Gates Learjet 31C);

1988 - (January; Royal Australian Air Force Lockheed P-3); (March; Aerial View of Toronto Pearson International Airport); (April; CF-18 Over Weest Germany); (May; Husky Norseman); (July; CHC Super Puma);(September; Pratt & Whitney Canada's Boeing 720B); (November; MIG 29 Fulcrum);

1989 - (January; Aerospatiale AS 355 Twin Star); (February; British Aerospace/ Air BC BAE-146);


CANADIA AVIATOR (OP Pub. Ltd.) -

2004 (July/August; CC-115 Buffalo) (September; October; Bearskin Airlines Beech 99);

2005 (May/June; Hot Wings Caravan);


CANADIAN FLIGHT ( Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Pub.) -

1992 - (November/ December; Ignace Airway DHC-2 Beaver on Agimac Lake in Northwest Ontario);

1993 - (Spring; Challenge Ultralight Amphibian);

2000 - (Annual; Smith Falls Ontario Airport);


CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW 1988 SOUVENIR PROGRAM ( Canada's Snowbirds in Formation);


CANADIAN WINGS ( Nor-Rand Pub. Inc.) -

1975 - (November; Bell Jet Ranger);

1976 - (January/February; Liftair Hughes 500); (March; Airports Ponoka and Red Deer); (April; Jim Davis Hovers in his Bell Jetranger); (May; Yak 40); (June/ July; Grumman Tracker Water Bomber);


CFB-RCAF TRENTON 1931-1981 50TH ANNIVERSARY ARMED FORCES DAY 1981 ;


CFB-RCAF TRENTON 60TH ANNIVERSARY;


COMBAT AIRCRAFT ( Ian Allan Pub.) - 2004 (November; Swiss AF F-5E);


COMMUTER AIR ( Communication Channels Inc. ) -

1985 - (June; Imperial Airlines Operations at Lax); (August; NASA Tilt Rotor);


EAA EXPERIMENTER (Experimental Aircraft Assc. Pub.) -

1988 (June; Sierra Glider by Advanced Aviation); (August; Painted Airplanes.. with House Paint);

1989 - (March; Kitfox by Denney Aerocraft); (April; Quad Cities Ultralight Challenger); (May; Strut-Braced Buccaneer SX); (June; Sun 'n Fun 1989 in Review); (July; 2/3 Scale Curtiss Jenny); (August; Quicksilver MX II); (September; Buyer's Guide 1989); (October; Randal Berardi's 7/8 Scale Nieuport 17); (November; Powers-Bashforth Mini-master); (December; Macair Merlin)

1990 - (January; Two Wings Aviation's Mariner); (February; Paul Poberezny Looks back at Beginning of EAA0; (March; Murphy Aviation's Renegade Spirit); (April; Powered Trike Hangglider); (May; Ray Downs Corby Starley); (June; Phil Lockwood Pilots Protype Explorer); (July; Rans Inc. S-12 Airaile); (August; Quicksilver Industries GT-500); (September; Murphy Aviation's Murphy Rebel); (October; Kolb Ultrastar); (November; Capella XS); (December; Rans S-7);

1991 - (January; Al Reay in Buccaneer SX); (February; Gene Chase Pilots Prober Super Ace); (March; Simon Baker Pilots Pegasus Quasar); (April; FP-101); (May; Mike Dwyer pilots VJ-22); (June; Pegasus Bandit); (July; Kolb Company Laser); (August; Jim Metzger pilots Avid Flyer); (September; Mike Byrne pilot's Mel Richardson's Kestrel Hawk); (October; Harry Whiting Pilots rans S-7 Courier); (November; EAA Bipland); (December; Gene Hanson Champion light plane);

1992 - (January; Larry Isrel in his Modified Minimax); (February; Zenair Zodiac Ch-601); (March; Morgan Williams Jr. in his North Star Design); (April; Doug Chitwood pilot his Pterodactyl Ascender); (May; Trike over Sun 'n Fun 1992); (June; Murphy Rebel); (July; The Loehle Sport Parasol); (August; Carlson Aircraft's Sparrow XTC); (September; Rans S-11 Pursuit); (October; Fisher Classic Biplane by Gene Hanson); (November; K.Z. Zigaitis pilots his Kolb Ultrastar); (December; T.E.A.M.'s Z-max);

1993 - (January; Preceptor Aircrafts Ultra Pup); (February; Zenair Super Zodiac CH-601); (March; Avid magnum); (April; Bobby Mason pilots his rans S-14 Airaile); (May; Buccaneer II); (June; CGS Aviation Hawks Arrow); (July; Murle Williams Pilots His Kitfox); (August; Kolb Mark-III Lite); (September; 43 Planes at EAA Oshkosh '93); (October; Quicksilver Enterprise GT-500); (November; John Hauck Pilot his Kolb Mark III); (December; Phil Colman's Grand Champion N-3 Pup);

1994 - (January; Ed Fisher's Micro Mong); (February; J-6 Karatoo); (March; Tom Peghiny Pilots Flightstar Classic); (April; Sparrow Sport Special); (May; Bill Bronson pilots Fourstar Ultralight); (June; Terry Fuller Pilots Loehle P-40); (July; Ho Sun Park Pilots Wizrd); (August; randy Schlitter Pilots his Rans S-6); (September; Mike Conry Pilots his Hiperlight II); (October; Gene Hanson Pilots His Tiger Moth); (November; Steve Nusbaum Pilots his John Doe); (December; Randy Effinger pilots his CH-701);

1995 - (January; Hornet);(February; Chuck Hamilton pilots New Genesis lights plane by Innovation Engineering); (March; Mark Elyea pilots his Sonerai Iil); (April; Wayne Clark Skims over Lake Winnebago); (May; Rans S-16 Shekira); (June; Kolb aircraft President Dennis Souder Pilots Newest Design); (July; Mark Beierle Pilots Thunder Gull Odyssey); (August; Air Creation Trike); (September; Developing the Air camera); (October; Steve Pinkham pilots his Kasperwing); (November; Roger Chase Pilots his Grand Champion Hornet);

1996 - (January; Gerry Gruber Pilots his Kitfox IV); (February; larry Israel's Oshkosh 1995 Reserve Grand Champion Light Plane); (March; Dwight Sullivan Pilots his Avid Flyer); (April; Loehle Aircraft's World War I Replica Spad XIII); (May; Buckeye Powered Parachute); (November; Kolb Presdient Dennis Souder pilots the Kolb Slingshot);


EXECUTIVE CONTROLLER ( Peed Corp Pub.) -

1995 - (February; Hawker Siddley 800A); (March; Citation III); (April; King Air 90); (May; Lear 55); (June; Hawker Siddeley HS125-1A/731); (July; 1980 Beechcraft King Air 200); (August; Lockheed Jetstar); (September; 1975 Falcon 20F); (NBAA Edition: Falcon 200); (October; Canadair Challenger 600);

1996 - (January; 1990 Citation III); (February/23; Falcon 50); (March/22; Merlin III); (April/19; Gulfstream V); (May/17 Challenger 601-3R); (July/12; Falcon 20-c-5); (August/ 9; Gulfstream III); (September/6; Gulfstream V); (December/27; 1989 King Air C90-A);

1997 - (January/24; Canadair Challenger CL-600); (February/21; Cessna Citation III S/N 25); (March/21; Model 400A Beechjet); (April/18; 1991 Cessna Citation III); (May/16; Hawker 400-731); (June/13; Challenger 600); (July/11; 1993; Hawker BAE 125-800A); (NBAA Edition: Lockheed Jetstar); October (3; 1994 Citationjet 525); (31; Cessna Citationjet S/N 53); (November/28(Hawker 125-800A);

1998 - (January/23; Falcon 50);


FLIGHT: THE AIRCRAFT ENGINEER ( Dorset House Pub.; UK) -

1937 - (June/17; Blackburn Aircraft);

1938 - (April/14; Power Boats); (December/29; Black "Skua");

1939 - (May/25; Lockheed Hydralic Equipment); (June/15; Dunlop Tyres); (June/22; Lockheed Hydraulic); (July/27; Palmer Tyres-Wheels-Brakes);


FLIHT COMMENT ( CFHQ Directorate of Flight Safety Pub.) - 1967 (March/April; Safety Equipment); (July/August; For Flight Safety);


FLIGHT INTERNATIONAL ( IPC Business Press Ltd. Pub.) -

1971 - (June/17; Mountain Range Seen from Cockpit of Alouette III);

1972 - (March/30; Flying Club Aircraft in Austalia); (June/1; Piper Cherokee Arrow);

1973 - (January/18; McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30);

1974 - (December/26; Concorde Sized Variable - Geometry Bomber);

1975 - (August/7; Fletcher Fzy-950); (October/16; Mirage F-1); (December/18; Panavia MRCA);

1976 - (August/14; Rolls-Royce RB 211-22s);

1977 - (February/19; Grumman AG-CAT); (November/5; Siai Marchetti SF-260);

1981 - (February/14; General Dynamics F-16/79); (April/4; Federal Express DC-10);

1983 - (March/26; McDonnell Douglas F-18 First Photo);


FLIGHT MAGAZINE ( Air Review Pub. Corp);- 1962 ( January; 1962 Beech A55 Baron);


FLYING ( Ziff-Davis Pub.) -

1944 - (March; Douglass Dauntless);

1963 - (February; Cessna 205 at Wichita);

1964 - (June; Cessna Skywagon Floatplane Landing);

1969 - (September; Piper Comanche C); (November; Aero Commander Lark); (December; 175hp Wright Whirlwind Engine);

1970 - (April; Cessna 414);

1971 - (April; Cessna 172 Skyhawk);

1972 - (May; Submarine Spitfire Mark IX); (July; Pitts S-2A); (November; 1973 Cessna Skymaster P337);

1973 - (January; wildcat); (March; Mitsubishi MU-21);

1976 - (February; Beech Model 76);

1977 - (June; Corsair); (July; Piper warrior II); (September; 50th Anniversary Issue);

1978 - (March; Cessna Chancellor);

1982 - (August; Mooney 231 vs. Cessna P210); (December; Gates Learjets);

1984 - (February; Piper Malibu);

1988 - (January; Mooney PFM); (February; Beech 1900/E); (September; Cessna 208 Caravan); (October; Bell 206B Jetranger);

1989 - (January; Piaggio P180 Avanti); (February; Agusta A109 MKII Plus); (March; Aerospatiale Tobago); (April; Piper Malibu Mirage); (May; Cessna 406 Caravan II); (June; Piper Cadet); (July; Iai Astra); (August; Citation V); (September; Bonanza A36); (October; Soloy Cessna 206); (November; King Air 350);

1990 - (January; Navy Lt's Anne Zoellick, Pilot, and Jacqui Maher, NFO, in front of their A-7); (February; Commander 114); (April, Cessna Citation III); (May; Beech Bonanza V35B); (June; Cessna P210); (July; Swiftfury); (August; Aerospatiale Tampico); (September; The Hurricanes of August 16/1940); (October; Beech Starship); (November; Learjet 31A); (December; Mooney TLS);

1991 - (January; Collins FD-109 Flight Director); (February; McDonnell Douglas Notar); (March;Sky Warriors T-34); (April; Pilot's Eye View at Dusk Landing); (May; Tom Teidt Bailing out of Pompano Air Center's Stearman); (June; American General Tiger); (July; Beechjet 400A); (August; Turgo Trinidad); (September; Citationjet FJ44); (October; Curtiss P-40 Flying Tiger); (November; Piaggio Avanti); (December; Mooney MSE);

1992 - (January; New Waco Super); (February; Aviat Husky); (March; Cessna Citation VI); (April; Agusta A109C): (May; F-14 Before Launch); (June; Bonanza B36TC); (July; Iditarod Air Force Super Cub); (August; 50 Years Later Doolittle's raiders); (September; Beech Starship and 1966 Jaguar XKE); (October; Learjet 31A); (November; Replica GEE BEE); (December; Ernest K. Gann);

1993 - (January - (Piper Archer); (February; Pilatus Porter); (March; Robertson R44); (April; Cessna 182 Skylane); (May; Charlie Hillard leads Eagle Teammates); (June; Boeing 727); (July; Cessna Citationjet Turbo 210); (August; Aerospatiale Tobago XL); (September; Decathlon Over Wisconsin); (October; Howard 500 in 1976); (November; North American T-28's at Oshkosh); (December; 1993 Corvette beside a Mooney TLS);

1994 - (January; F. Lee Bailey flies the Harrier); (February; Quicksilver GT 500); (March; Beech Baron 58); (June; P-51 Mustang); (August; Mooney Ovation); (October; Corsair at Oshkosh);

1995 - (August; American Champion Citabria);

1998 - (March; Cessna Skylane RG);

2000 - (November; Cessna Citation CJ2); (December; Ilyushin IL-96M);

2001 - (January; Night Flying); (October; Gene Soucy Pilots a Modified AG Cat with Wingwalker Teresa Stokes);

2002 - (February; Beechcraft Baron 58);


FLYING ANNUAL AND BUYERS GUIDE 1976 ( Complete Aircraft and Avionics Directories Pub.) ;


FLYING BUYERS GUIDE 1986;


FLYING ACES ( Magazine Pub. Inc.) -

1934 - (January; First Yank to Down a Hun);

1942 - (November; Gliders for Invasion by August Schomburg);

1943 - (March; Vought-Sikorsky Corsair F-4U and Republic Thunderbolt P-47); (April; North American Mustangs); (June; De Havilland Mosquito); (September; Hawker Typhoon 1B); (October; Brewster (5B2A-1) Buccaneer);

1944 - (January ; Bombers Being Loaded); (February; Republic P-47 Thunderbolt Engine Being Worked on); (March; Single Engine Single Float USAF); (April; Planes Flying Past Warship); (June; Curtiss C-46 Commando); (October; Northrop P-61 Black Widow);


FLYING AGE (Hayden Pub. Inc.) - 1946 (August; Aeronca Champion);


FLYING AND GLIDER ANNUAL REPRODUCITONS ( EAA Air Museum Foundation Pub.) -

1930 - (Lincoln Sport Plane);

1931 - (Cover Drawing by Doug Rolfe);

1932 - (Build and fly);


FLYING MANUAL REPRODUCTIOINS ( EAA Air Museum Foundation Pub.) -

1929 (25 Years of Flying);

1933 - (This Year's Lightplanes);


FLYING REVIEW INTERNATIONAL ( Purnell and Sons Pub.; UK) -

1964 (August; Lightning F-MK-3);

1965 - (June; General Dynamics Convair); (August; Bell X-22A Tilting-Duct Convertiplane);

1967 - (May; European Light Aviation);


FLYING TIMES QUARTERLY (Werner and Werner Corp Pub.) - 1972 (Summer; Antique and Classic Special - De Havilland Tiger Moth);


FLY PAST (Key Pub ltd.; UK) - 1986 (January; Swiss Junkers JU 52 A-702 and Spitfire); (February; Catalina G-BLSC and Harpoon);


THE GOLDEN CENTENNAIRES/ LES PALADINS DU CENTENAIRE ( Government of Canada Pub.) - 1967 (CL-41 Tutor Jets in Formation);


HIGH FLIGHT: CANADA's WINGS ( Canada's Wings Inc. Pub.) - Circa 1980's Volume 1 #4; Vickers Viking EU in Flight over Rainy Lake, Ontario);


INTERNATIONAL AIR REVIEW ( Challenge Pub. Inc.) - 1990 (Fall Volume 1 #1; Northrop B-2 Stealth Refueling in Flight);


INVITATION TO FLYING 1970 ( Ziff-Davis Pub.) - 1969 (Learn to Fly-a Complete Guide);


JETS AND ROCKETS ( J.B. Pub. Co. pub.) - 1962 ( August; Volume 1 #1; X-15);;


KITPLANES ( Fancy Pub. Inc.) -

1989 (February; Piper Super Cub PA-18);

1990 - (February; Hal Loken Pilots his Lancair 235); (July; Christen Eagle II);

1995 - (December; Velocity 173 Elite RG);

2000 - (February; Comp Air 7 and Comp Air 8); (May; Murphy Aircraft Super Rebel);


LEARN TO FLY ( Werner and Werner Corp Pub.) -

1973 - (Annual; 7 Ways to Improve Your Flying);

1981 - (Summer; High Performance Checkouts);


LIGHT PLANE WORLD ( EAA Ultralight Assn. Pub.) - 1985 (January; Sorrell Hiperlight Exp.);


MONNETT EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT, INC. (Monett Pub.) - 1985 (Dealer Pamphlet);


NATIONAL AERONAUTICS ( N.A.A. Pub.) - 1942 (July; Brewster SB2A-1);


OSHKOSH EAA AIRSHOW ( EAA Inc. Pub.) -

1984 ( The Freedom of Flight);

1988 - (Concorde);

1991 - (Gateway to Aviation);


PILOT (Pilot Pub. Co. Ltd.; UK); - 1998 (October; Fokker F27);


PILOT GETAWAYS ( 1917 Spad VII Reproduction Pub.);


PLANE AND PILOT Werner and Werner Corp Pub.) -

1970 - (August; Beechcraft Musketeer Super R); (September; Piper Cherokee Six); (October; Beechcraft Baron);

1971 - (March; Piper Cub Piloted by Ruth Johnson);

1988 - (June; Cessna 170B);

1989 - (May; Piper Malibu Mirage); (July; Lake Aircraft Renegade); (October; Mooney Executive);

1990 - (January; Winter Ready Guide); (June; Aerospatiale/ Mooney TBM/ 700); (July; Team America); (August; Cessna 150 of United States Air Force);

1997 - (January; Luscome 8A);

1999 - (December; Piper Saratoga II TC);

2001 - (October; 60 Budget Birds);


POBER PIXIE - 20 PAGE DESCRIPTION: PANPHLET (Circa 1975's);


POPULAR FLYING (Werner and Werner Corp. Pub.) - 1976 (Fall; Beechcraft Bonanza);


PRIVATE PILOT ( Air Bird Pub. Inc. Pub.)

1969 - (September; Beech 36 Bonanza); (November; Intercepter 400); (December; Bellanca Viking 300);

1972 - (October; E.G. Burkett Pilots His PT-22);

1973 - (July; Aviation and your State);

1976 - (August; Mira Kachina); (September; Cessna New Hawk XP & Skyhawk II); (October; Beech B-19 Sport/ Cessna Skyhawk 100/ Grumman America Cheetah/ Piper Warrior); (November; Burt Rutan Pilots his Varieze); (December; Beech A36 & V35B & F33);

1977 - (January; Piper Seneca II); (February; Joe Lutes Piots His Cessna C-185); (March; Ryson Cloudster Motorglider on its Maiden Flight); (April; Cessna 140A); (May; Beech Bonanza); (June; Polish PZL-104 Wilga); (July; Lockheed YO3-A); (August; Rockwell 112TC-A);

1988 - (January; Porche/ Cessna Skylane);

1989 - (September; Aeronca Chief);

1994 - (August; P51 Mustang);

2000 - (January; 1999 Bonanza A36);


QUINTE INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW - CFB TRENTON -

1986 - (CF-18 Hornet);

1988 - (Cover painting by Stephen Snider);

1990 (Cover Painting by Tom Bjarnason);

1992 - (Cover Painting by Stephen Snider);



ROTOR AND WING INTERNATIONAL ( PJS Pub. Inc.) - 1985 (June; NASA/ Army/ Bell XV-15 Tilt-Rotor);


ROYAL AIR FORCE YEARBOOK ( Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund; UK); - (1975; 1976; 1977; 1978; 1979; 1980; 1981; 1982; 1983; 1984; 1986; 1988; 1989; 1990; 1992);


ROYAL AIR FORCE: BOMBER COMMAND YEARBOOK ( IAT Pub.) - 1991 (Incorporating RAF Yearbook 1941);


ROYAL AIR FORCE: COASTAL COMMAND YEARBOOK (IAT Pub.) - 1992 (Incorporating RAF Yearbook 1942);


SASKATCHEWAN AIR SHOW CFB MOOSE JAW -

1980 (June/22); 1984 (June/17 First Canadian International Air Races); 1987 (July/11-12); 1988 (July/9-10; Snowbirds in Formation); 1989 (July/8-9); 1991 (July 6-7; a Look at the Past); 1992 (July/11-12); 1994 (July/9-10);


SKYWAYS (The Henry Pub. Co.) -

1946 - (March; Grumman Widgeon); (April; Fairchild F-24); (June; Johnson Rocket); (August; Bellanca Cruisair); (September; Model 35 Beechcraft); (October; Cessna 140); (November; Piper Sky Sedan);

1947 - (May; North American Navion); (June; Fairchild F-47);


SPORT AEROBATICS (IAC Inc. pub.) -

1989 - (February; Randy Henderson Pilots his Taylorcraft);

1992 - (December; Patty Wagstaff Pilots her Extra 260);


SPORT AIRCRAFT YOU CAN BUILD... OR BUY - 5TH EDITION;


SPORT AVIATION ( Experimental Aircraft Assn. pub.) -

1963 (July; John Tucker with his Starducter); (August; Walter Teinert Pilots his Wittman Tailwind); (October; Mathew R. Wilson with his Smith miniplane N-2J);

1964 - (February; Bert B-F-2 N1275V); ( March; Waco RNF N-110Y); ( April; Igor Bensen Flying his Gyro-Copter); (May; Clyde Parsons Beside his Knight Twister & Menasco powered Great Lakes); (June; Walter H. Prell's Little Toot); (July; James T. Graham in his Midget Mustang); (August; Ken Cook in Great lakes); (September; Pete Myers in "Busman's Holiday"); (December; Lloyd Butler in his Modified Midget Mustang);

1965 - (October; Carl Unger Pilot Breezy);

1966 - (April; Joseph Mathias in his Druine Turbulent); (May; Jurca Sirocco Piloted by Marcel Jurca); (June; Joyce Case Funsch with her Pitts Special); (July; LIberty A. Sport); (August; Ed Hoffman's 2-place Flying Boat);

1967 - (May; mary Aikens & Joyce case Funsch Beside Pitts Specials); (June; Dale Crites in his Curtiss 1912 Pusher); (September; Sopwith Pup); (October; Waco UPF-7); (November; E.D. Weiner Zebra Striped P-51 Mustang); (December; L.Paul Soucy in his Butt-Buster N-8J);

1969 - (December; Grummer Bearcat F-8-F);

1970 - (April; Art Scholl in his De Havilland Chipmunk);

1971 - (March; Hawker Sea Fury N-232); (April; Jim Southworth with his Cassutt Racer);

1973 - (June; Frank Tallman's Boeing Mark 100); (November; 1929 Alexander Eaglerock); (December; Warbirds at Oshkoch);

1974 - (January; Walter Lane's Turner T-40; Back cover) P-38 in formation with P-47); (February; Joe Miller's New JM-2); (March; Jim Miller's Taylor Titch); (April; Bill Salisbury's Piper Cub); (May; Roy Thompson's Waco RNF); (June; Chuck Tyler Starducter Too; Back cover 1930 Northrop Alpha 3);

1978 - (September; New 2-Seat Acro II);

1979 - (April; 1929 Command-Aire 3C-3A);

1980 - (March; Curtiss Wright travel Air 12Q);

1982 - (January; Bob Zilinsky's S.E.S.); (February; Ken Brock pilots His KB-2); (March; Frank Christensen pilots his Eagle); (April; Ron Denight's Denight Special); (May; Corben Jr. Ace); (June; Harry Doan's B-25J); (July; Wag Aero's New Chuby Cuby); (August; Skybolts); (September; Cessna 150); (October; Jim Smith's 1982 Grand Champion Marquart Charger); (November; Roy Redman's Grand Champion Stinson SR-8C); (December; Ray Stutsman's Grand Champion P-47 Thunderbolt);

1983 - (January; Bob Creitz's RV-3 Candy Apple Red); (February; Tom Hamilton's Retractable Gear Glasair); (March; Fokker Triplane); (April; Eipper's New MXL); (May; Al Smith's Acro II); (June; Frank Compton's "New" T-28C); (July; Bill Buethe's Barracuda); (August; New EAA Aviation Center): (September; The Christen Eagles); (October; Bruce Whitting's Oshkosh 1983 Grand Champion Custom Built); (November; Charles Bell's Oshkosh 1983 Grand Champion Antique 1946 Aeronca 7AC Champ); (December; Mid Atlantic Air Museum's Grand Champion Warbird - Douglas R$D);

1984 - (January; New U.S. Aerobatics Champion Kermit Weeks); (February; Lyle Powell's Trigear Glasair); (March; Quickie Aircraft Q-200); (April; Steve Pitcairn's Pitcair PA-7-5); (May; Garry Legare's Sea Hawk); (June; SNJ-5); (July; Chuck Carothers Cam Special); (August; Pat hart's Mini-IMP); (September; David Blanton's Acro Sport II); (October; George Pereira's Grand Champion Custom Built GP-4); (November; Tom Laurie's Stinson Reliant); (December; EAA Aviation Museum's Grumman Dick);

1985 - (January; Leo loudenslager Pilots his Laser); (February; Mark Brown's Star-Lite); (March; John Rice's waco HRE); (April; Lance Neibauer's New Design - Lancer 200); (May; EAA Aviation Center); (June; Remo Galeazzi's Marquart Charger); (July; Homer Kolb's New Firestar); (August; Glasair FT); (September; The Concorde at Oshkosh); (October; Larry Haas Grand Champion Custom built - Midget Mustang); (November; Monoplanes at Fond Du Luc 1985); (December; Steve Wolf's Samson);

1986 - (January; J.V. Wilthrow's Starducter Too); (February; Ulrich & Linda Walter Cozy); (March; Tom Prescott's Pusher); (April; Dr. Dan Blackwell's Grand Champion T-34); (May; Award Winning Waco QCF-2); (June; Phil Lockwood Maxair XP--503); (July; The EAA Museum's Ford Tri-Motor);; (August; Dawson Ransome's Bucker Jungmann); (September; Frecce Tricolori at Oshkosh); (October Rick Hansen's Grand Champion Plans Built Hatz Biplane); (November; Dick Packer's Grand Champion Stearman); (December; Tsunami - First Home Built Unlimited Racer since 1939);

1987 - (January; Stoddard - Hamilton's New Glasair III); (February; The Flight of Voyager); (march; Gordon Price's 10 Dash 200); (April; Indiana Museum of Military History's Lockheed P2V-7); (May; George Morse's Prowler); (June; Bob Beard's New Design - The Two Easy); (July; Tom Buechler Pilots Petie 2nd); (August; Clyde Smith Jr's Super Cruiser);(September; Gene Littlefield Pilots his Stearman while Cheryl Rae atop the Wing); (October; Paul McReynold's RV-4 1987 EAA Kit Build Grand Champion Homebuilt); (November; Ken Hyde's 1987 Grand Champion Antique Curtiss Jenny); (December; 1987 Warbird Grand Champion - The Weeks Air Museum Mustang);

1988 - (January; Shirl Dickey's Buick V-8 Powered E-Racer); (February; Susan Dusenbury's Culver Cadet); (March; The New Graflite); (April; Denny Aerocraft's Kitfox); (May; The Cirrus VK30); (June; Wendell Davenport's Hawaiian Odyssey); (July; Steve & Scott McLain's Navion);(August; Kermit Weeks Mosquito); (September; John Levy's Glasair);

1989 - (February; Herrill Daverport beside th Nugget); (March; Davy Blanton's Sport racer); (April; The Fast Trackin' Wheel Express); (May; Steve Wittman's Buttercup); (July; The Canadian Warplane Heritage's AVRO 683 Lancaster); (August; Byron Originals' SX-300); (September; Ernie Gdisis Glasair); (October; Fred Keller's Grand Champion Prospector Stol); (November; Bill Halerson's EAA Oshkosh grand Champion Antique G17S Beech Staggering); (December; Bill Melamed's Grand Champion Harvard MKIV);

1990 - ( January; Ed Sweeney's Aerocar); (February; Jim Younkin's Goliath); (March; Gary Lichte's Glasair RG); (April; John Martin's Variviggen); (May; The Baker's 1941 Taylorcraft); (June John Gruber's Sun 'n Fun 1989 Gran Champion Glasair III); (July; Bill Greenwood's Spitfire Built for Two); (August; Ted Babbini's Ryan STA); (September; EAA Oshikosh '90); (October; The Nopper/ Eckes Grand Champion Plans Built Long-EZ); (November; Tom Hull's Grand Champion Classic Cessna 195); (December; 1990 EAA Warbird Grand Champion B-24J);

1991 - January; North Atlantic Adventurer EPPO Numan); (February; Ray Downs Pilots his Corby Starlet); (March; Wendell-Williams Replica); (April; The Spearman Special); (May; Hoot Gibson in his Record Setting Cassutt); (June; Bob and Anne Lindley's Stinson SR-8E); (July; Alan Tolle's New RV-6A); (August; Dr. Bergon Broken and his Bullet); (September; Skip and Theresa Gutman's Grand Champion Falco); (October; Arthur Gallant's Oshkosh Grand Champion Kit Built Lancair 320); (November; 1991 Oshkosh Grand Champion Classic Bonanza C35); (December; David Marco's 1991 Oshkosh Grand Champion warbird P-51D Sizzlin Liz);

1992 - (January; Chuck Harrison's Skyblazer); (February; Pete land's White Lightning); (March; Gee Bee R-2); (April; Denney Aerocraft's New Kitfox Speedster); (may; Ron Scott's Original Homebuilt Ol' Ironsides); (June; Myron Jenkins 1992 Sun N'Fun Grand Champion Glasair III); (July; Ralph Rosanik's P-6E); (August; John McCulloch's Clipwing Monocoupe Butch Too); (September; John Eickmeir's Pitts Special); (October; Steve & Deborah Lund's Kinner Powered Hotz); (November; Jim Porter's Beechcraft Staggerwing); (December; John Morgan's Warbird Grand Champion T-28);

1993 - (January; Elmer Ward & his Gulfhawk 4); (February; EAA 1992 Oshkosh reserve Grand Champion plans Built); (March; David Anders EAA 1992 Oshkosh Reserve Grand Champion Kit Built); (April; Bill Cumberland and Sons Skybolt); (May; MIG-21 and A-4 Skyhawk); (June; Ken Johnson's 1993 Sun 'n Fun Great Grand Champion Glasair III); (July; 1993 Sun 'n Fun Grand Champion Davis D-IW); (August; Richard Miles 1993 Sun 'N Fun Grand Champion Starduster Too); (September; MacMcKenna Pilots his Tailwind over Florida); (October; EAA's First International Grand Champion - Bjarn Eriksen's Falco); (November; Jack Steen's 1993 Oshkosh Antique Grand Champion 1931 Driggs Skylark); (December; Butch Schroeder Pilots his P51-D-1993 Oshkosh WWII Warbird Grand Champion);

1994 - (January; Zenith Aircraft CH-2000); (Febraury; The IAC One Design); (March; De Havilland Comet); (April; Dave Miller and Dick Tews SX300); (May; Curtis Pitts New Design-Pitts Super Stinker); (June; Gene Hudkins Starducter Too); (July; Jim Stewart Designed Stewart S-51); (August; Mike Campbell's Lancair 320); (September; The Retirement of Little Bonzo); (October; The Facetmobile); (December; Dick Hanson & Jim Porter's Restored Wildcat);

1995 - (January; Don Goetz's lancair IV-p); (February; Experimental Aviation's Berkut); (March; Zivko Aeronautics Edge 540); (April; Stoddard-Hamilton's New Glastar); (May; Mark Hirt's Trio); (June; Bobby Cox's 1995 Sun 'n Fun Plans Built Grand Champion Coxhawk); (July; Danny Bracewell's Clipwing Super Cub Replica); (August ; Jack Nagle's Golden Swift); (September; David Cook's Streak Shadow); (October; Mike Jone's Glasair III); (November; Woody Woodwards 1995 Oshkosh Grand Champion Antique Bucker Jungmeister); (December; 1995 Oshkosh Grand Champion Warbird Grumman F9F-2 Panther);

1996 - (January; The Eagles Aerobatic Team); (February; Reg Clarke Pilots His Subaru Powered Dragonfly); (March; Bill Symmes Pilots his Clipwing Monocoupe); (April; Richard Cabrinha's Free Spirit MK II); (May; Gene Chase's Newly Restored Davis D-I-W); (October; The Rutan Boomerang);

1997 - (June; Murle Williams' 1997 Sun 'n Fun Grand Champion Kitfox);

1998 - (June; Jim Clements' Tri-Gear tailwind); (September; Jack Walbrun's NA SNJ-5 "Dolly"); (October; 1998 EAA Grand Champions Plan Built Long-EZ);

1999 - (January; Harmon & Marcy Lange's New RV-6A); (July; The Pitts Model 12's); (August; Bruce Bohannon's Exxon Flying Tiger); (December; Confederate Air Force Gunfighter & Miss Marilyn II);

2000 - (March; Tyler Feldman's 199 Oshkosh Grand Champion Kit Built RV-6); (May; Replica Vickers Vimy);

2002 - (April; Scott Christianson's Piel Beryl);

2003 - (February; Cirrus SR-22); (March; John Dyke Designed Dyke Detla): 9may; Formula GT); (June; Xcor's EZ-Rocket): (July; Harmon Rocket III); (September; Wayne Keegstra's Davis DA-2A); (October; Hughes H-1 and Airbus Beluga); (November; Byron McNew's Long Nose Glastar); (december; Wright Brothers Early Engine);

2004 - (May; Burt Rutan Designed Long-EZ); (December; EAA Connections at Reno);

2005 - January; Supercharging the Swift); (February; Squadron of RV's); (March; Airplane Structures Part 2); (April; Technology, Training and You); (May; Return on Investment);


SPORT FLYING ( Challenge Pub. Inc.) -

1970 - (January; Pirep - 1970 Yankee);

1971 - (August; De Havilland Chipmunk);

1974 - (February; Ken Burnstine's P-51D Mustang);


SPORTSMAN PILOT ( Sportsman Pilot Pub.) -

1985 - (Winter; Bob Starr's Bumblebee); (Spring; Spartans at Casa Grande); (Summer; Miss Los Angeles Framed by Tom Lurie's Stinson); (Fall; Steve Hinton's Super Corsair);

1986 - (Winter; Lance Neibauer Refueling his Lancair); (Spring; John Hickman's Bucker Jungmeister); (Summer The Miles and Atwood SPL); (Fall; John Sandberg's Tsunami);

1987 - (Spring; Harlow PHC-2); (Summer; Stan Sweikar's Fleet II); (Fall; Tiger Destefani's Strega);

1988 - (Winter; Jim and Dete Sorensen Seabee); (Spring; Harold Vroman's Funk B-85-C); (Summer; Gene Coppock's Stinson Tri Motor); (Fall; Lyle Shelton's 1988 Reno Winner - The Rare Bear);

1989 - (Winter; Bob Hasson's BD-5); ((Spring; The Gorman/York/ Wolford Aeronca C-2); (Summer; Coke Darden's Douglas Dolphin); (Fall; Lyle Shelton's rare Bear);

1990 - (Winter; Ray Downs' Corby Starlet); (Spring; Brad Larson's Air Master); (Summer; Joe Spencer's Tiger Moth); (Fall; Lyle Shelton's 1990 Reno Winner - The Rare Bear);

1991 - (Winter; Jim Bumford's Bummer's Bullet); (Spring; Jan Johnson's Woody Pusher); (Summer; Bob & Bev Busch's Commanche); (Fall; Nemesis Crew Celebrates Big Win);

1992 - (Summer; Lars Du Jounge'sKlemm 35D); (Fall; Tiger Destefani Reno Winning Mustang);


SPORT PILOT HOT KITS AND HOMEBUILTS ( Challenge Pub. Inc.) - 1989 ( July; Denney Kitfox with Full Lotus Floats);


SPORTS PLANES (Werner and Werner Corp. Pub.) -

1970 (Fall; Osprey Sport Seaplane);

1970/71 (Winter; Kingfisher Amphibian);


SPORTY'S PILOT SHOP ( Shortsman's Market Inc.) -

1977 (January to March; Equipment Catalog);

1995 - (October to January; Equipment Catalog);


STUDENT PILOT (Werner and Werner Corp. Pub.) - 1981 - (Fall; Compete Guide to Aviation Schools);


THE VINTAGE AIRPLANE ( EAA Antique/ Classic Division Inc. Pub.) -

1979 - (February; Steve Wittman Stands Beside Bonzo; Back cover Piper PA-22); (March; Al Nase's Sun 'n Fun Grand Champion Classic Aeronca Chief); (April; Gene Morris's Travel Air 4000; Back cover Jim Appleby's 1915 Sopwith Pup Replica); (May; Charlie Day's Fairchild 24; Back cover Bellanca Cruisair); (June; Thomas Morse S-4-C); (July; Antique Classic Section at Oshkosh 1978; Back cover; Beech Staggerwing); (August; 50th Anniversary 1927-1977 Lindbergh Commemorative Tour); (October; 1979 Oshkosh Grand Champion Classic Luscombe 8E; Back cover 1979 Oshkosh Grand Champion Antique Howard DGC-15P); (November; Guy A Davis; Fairchild 24; Back cover Bob Harbo's Fairchild 45); (December; Bob Lickteig's Stinson V-77; Back cover Travel Air Mystery Ship and GeeBee Model Z);

1980 - (January; 2 Piper Tri Pacer; Back cover TriCapitol); (February; Gene Coppock's Stinson a Trimotor; Back cover 1929 Buhl Sport Sedan CA-3E);

1988 - (June; A.C. Hutson's Taylorcraft; Back cover Boeing 80B); (July; Dick Parr's 1930 Fleets);

1989 - (March; Paul Neuman's J-3 Cub);

1992 - (November; Albatross DVA Built by the Late Bob Sleep; Back cover Paul Beck's Cessna 195);


THE WAG-AERO GROUPU MASTER CATALOG -

1999 - (R.H. Wagner's 1941 Waco);

2005 - (march 2003 Sportsman 2+2);


WAR ACES ( Dell Pub.) - 1941 (#4; Captain Daly with Terrier Mr. Mactailspin);


MCAM AVIATION REVIEW ( Western Canada Pub.) - 1987 ( March; RCAF Avro 504K);


WEST COAST AVIATION ( Pilot Press Ltd. Pub.) - 1999 (October; Nimmo Bay Resort);


WINGS ( McGraw-Hill) -

1945 - (February; Lt. Alfred Magee Jr's Fairchild C-82 on Fire as it Crashes onto Aircraft Carrier); (April; Plane Dropping Supplies to Downed Airmen in the Atlantic); (May; Superfortress Landing Gear);


WINGS (Sentry Magazines Pub.) -

1971 - (Volume 1) - (December; #3; Douglas XBT2D-1 Experimental Bomber Torpedo Carrier 2nd Series);;

1972 - (Volume 2) - (February; #1; Grumman F4F Wildcat); (April; #2; P-47D Miss Behave); (October; #5; North American BT-9 Trainer); (December; #6; Canadian Night Intruders);

1973 - (Volume 3) - (February; #1; Curtiss P-40E); (April; #2; Martin B-26E Marauder); (June; #3;American Airlines DC-3 SkySleeper Flagship Circa 1940); (August; #4; Spit IX); (October; #5; Boeing B-29A); (December; #6; FW 190-8);

1974 - (Volume 4) - (February; #1;Curtiss AT-9 Trainers); (April; #2; P-47 Thunderbolt); (October; #5; Grumman F6F-5); (December; #6; P-40's Flying in Formation);

1975 - (Volume 5) - (February; #1; Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk);(April; #2; Consolidated PBY-5A Super Catalina); (June #3; FM- Wildcat and 5BD-5); (August; #4; Curtiss P-40); (October; #5; North American F-86 Prototype); (December; #6; Flying Tiger P-40E Restored);

1976 - (Volume 6) - (February; #1; Major Kit Carson's P-51D); (April; #2; Vought/ Goodyear FG-1D Corsair IV); (June; #3; Douglas A-20; 1941 Louisiana Maneuvers); (August; #4; Dornier DO 335 Arrow); (October; #5; Curtiss Kittyhawk 1A); (December; #6; Northrop P-61A Black Widow);

1977 - (Volume 7) - (February; #1; Goodyear F2G Corsair); (April; #2; Grumman F47-3 Wildcats); (June; #3; Martin B-26 Marauder); (August; #4; Martin ERB-57A); (October; #5; The 5000th P-38 "Yippee"); (December; #6; Lockheed F-80C From Acrojets Fighter School);

1978 - (Volume 8) - (February; #1; B-24J Liberator); (June; #3; North American X-15); (August; #4; Lockheed P-38J Lightning); (October; #5; Bombardier in Nose of B-176); (December; #6; Republic P-43 Lancer);

1979 - (Volume 9) - (February; #1; North American P-511); (April; #2; Vought F-U-7 Corsair); (June; #3; North American B-25J); (August; #4; Flying Tiger P-40); (October; #5; McDonnell F-4K Phantom); (December; #6; Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat);

1980 - (Volume 10) - (February; #1; Boeing B-52H); (April; #2; Messerschmitt ME-262); (June#3; Concolidated Liberator I for R.A.F.); (August; #4; Curtiss SBC-4 Helldivers);

1981 - (Volume 11) - (April; #2; Boeing/ Steaerman N3N Trainers); (June; #3; Convair F-106A Delta Dart); (August; #4; Boeing B-47B); (October; #5; P-51D Flown by Cpt. Robert Church, July 1944); (December; #6; North American B-25J During night firing Test);

1982 - (Volume 12) - (June; #3; Consolidated B-24J); (August; #4; Junkers JU 88A); (October; #5; Douglas SDB Dauntless Dive Bombers); (December; #6; Republic P-47D);

1983 - (Volume 13) - (February; #1; F-51B from 355th Fighter Group); (April; #2; Curtiss P-40K Kittyhawk); (June #3; pair of U-2's over Edwards AFB); (August; #4; North American F-82G Twin Mustang); (December; #6; WWI German Triplane);

1984 - (Volume 14) - (February; #1; Focke-Wulf 190 Restoration); (April; #2; McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle); (June; #3; Convair F-106B Dart); (August; #4; F/A-18 Hornet); (October; #5; 191st Michigan Phantom); (December; #6; Never Before tol Story of the 1939 Thompson Trophy Race);

1985 - (Volume 15) - (February; #1; B-24J Liberator); (April; #2; Curtiss SBC-4 Scout/ Bomber); (June; #3; Grumman/ GM TBM Avenger); (August; #4; F-4C Phantoms); (October; #5; Grumman A-4L Skyhawk); (December; #6; F-4C Phantom);

1986 - (Volume 16) - (February; #1; Northrop XB-70A-1); (April; #2; Grumman F-14 Tomcat); (June; #3; Canadian Forces Lockheed CF-104 Starfighter); (August; #4; Grumman F4F Wildcat); (October; #5; Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird); (December; #6; North American BT-14's);

1987 - (Volume 17) - (February; #1; Boeing P-26A); (April; #2; Lockheed Artist Concept of the Advanced Tactical Fighter); (June #3; Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat); (August; #4; Vought F8U-1 Crusader); (October; #5; F-106 Delta dart); (December; #6; Sweden's Saab Viggen);

1988 - (Volume 18) - (February; #1; F-15 Eagle); (April; #2; Lockheed F-94's in Korea); (June; #3; General Dynamics F-16A); (August; #4; Countershaded South Korean F-16C); (October; #5; Douglas Ad Skyraider); (December; #6; F-4D Phantom);

1989 - (Volume 19) - (February; #1; Spitfire MK VIII in D-Day invasion Markings); (April; #2; F-4D Phantoms); (June; #3; Arado 234b-2 Blitz Bomber); (August; #4; Northrop T-38 Talon Trainer); (October; #5; Grumman F7F Tigercat); (December; #6; F-20 Tigershark Protype);

1990 - (Volume 20) - (February; #1; Northrop B-2 Stealth Bomber); (April; #2; Lockheed P-38 Lightning); (June; #3; B-52H with Rascal Missles); (August; #4; F-14 Tomcat and poster); (October; #5; Curtiss P-36A); (December; #6; Mephis Belle B-17F);

1991 - (Volume 21) - (February; #1; F-102 Fighters in Danang, Vietnam); (April; #2; Republic F-105F); (June; #3; F-100D Super Sabre); (August; #4; P-38 Lightning); (October; #5; Republic P-47D); (December; #6; Consolidated B-24 Liberator);

1992 - (Volume 22) - (February; #1; Grumman F-14A Tomcat); (April; #2; F-111F Aardark); (June; #3 Enterprise carrier with Avengers and Hellcats); (August; #4; Expolish MIG-21); (October; #5; Canadair Sabre 1953); (December; #6; Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird);

1993 - (Volume 23) - (February; #1; Douglas B-26B Gunship); (April; #2; Convair B-58 Hustler); (June; #2; F-15A Eagle); (August; #4; North American B-25G); (October #5; JAS 39 Gripen); (December; #6; North American P-25A);

1994 - (Volume 24) - (February; #1; B-26's from 452nd Bomb wing over Korea); (April; #2;Lockheed CT-33A of Canadian Forces); (June; #3; Republic P-47D Thunderbolt); (August; #4; Vought F4U-5N7 Corsair); (October; #5; Boeing XF8B-1); (December; #6; 12th Air Force 320th Bomber Group B-26 Marauders);

1995 - (Volume 25) - (February; #1; F/A-18D Hornets over Bosnia); (April #2; Imperial Japan Kawanishi George Fighter); (August; #4; Boeing B-47E); (October; #5; Douglas A2D-1 Skyhark); (December; #6; Douglas S8D-3's Aboard Aircraft Carrier Enterprise);

1996 - (Volume 26) - (February; #1; Douglas A-20G-1); (April; #2; Northrop B-2 Stealth); (June; #3; Curtiss P-36A Hawk 75A-1); (August; #4; Grumman F8F-2's Flying in Formation); (October; #5; Lockheed F-104A Starfighter); (December; #6; Boeing 247D Airliner);

1997 - (Volume 27) - (February; #1; Douglas SBD-1 Dauntless); (April; #2; Northrop N-9M Flying Scale model Prototype); ( June #3; Grumman F9F-5 Panther); (August; #4; Advanced Fighter Pilot Training in Allison-Engined P-51A In 1943); (October; #5; Focke Wulf 190A-2 in 1941); (December; #6; Douglas F4D-1 Skyray);

1998 - (Volume 28) - (February; #1; Douglas P-70 Nightfighters); (June; #3; Lockheed P-38L Lightning); (August; #4; Messerschmitt 109E); (October; #5; Grumman F47-3 Wildcats); (December; #6; Lockheed C-5A Galaxy Heavylifter);

1999 - (Volume 29) - (February; #1; Republic F-51D Thunderbolt); (April; #2; North American XP-82 Twin Mustang); (June; #3; North American XB-45 Prototype); (August; #4; McDonnell RF-101B Voodoo); (December; #6; Messerschmitt ME 109B Condor Legion);

2000 - (Volume 30) - (February; #1; North American XB-70A Valkyrie); (April; #2; Douglas A-1H Skyraider "Sock it to 'Em" in Thailand 1968); (June; #3; RAF Short Sterling); (August; #4; AJ savages Overflying USS Forrestal); (October; #5; Bell YP-39 Airacobra);

2001 - (Volume 31) - (February; #1; P-51K Mustang); (April; #2; Locheed Martin X-32 Demonstrator); (June; #3; Fokker D. VII);


WINGS (Canada; Convus Bell 212 Pub.) -

1977 (January; Bow Helicopter's Bell 212); (February; Trident Trigull at Dock on Christina Lake, North Dakota); (March; Beaver CF-VFS Docked on Acland Island, BC); (May; De Havilland's 3rd dash-7 Rolls off the Assembly Line April 2, 1977); (November; British Airway Concorde Doing Low pass over Calgary Airport); (December; Hughes Air West 727-200 at Edmonton Airport);

1978 - (December; Volume 20 #9; Piper Seminole);

1979 - (February; Volume 20 #11; Gulfstream American Cougar Twin); (April Volume 21 #1; Sikorsky S-76); (May; Volume 21 #2; Buffalo Airways Douglas DC-3); (June; Volume 21 #3; Cougar Air's Hello Super Couriers); (August; Volume 21 #5; Husky Oil's Ctation II Over the Rocky Mountains West of Calgary); (September; Volume 21 #6; Nine Plane Diamond Formation of the Canadian Forces Snowbirds);

1980 - (January; Volume 21 #10; de Havilland Dash-7); (February; Volume 21 #11; 1980 Model Beechcraft Baron 58);

1981 - (July/ August; Volume 22 #11; Canadiar Challenger);


WINGS AND AIRPOWER ( Republic Press Inc. Pub.) - 2007 ( April; Trans World Airlines Boeing 707-320B);


WINGS IN SPACE ( Seeley Pub. Co. Pub.) -1964 (June/July; Volume 3 #3; Boeing Vertol 107);

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>>> WE ACCEPT payment by;

( 1 );  We accept payment thru PAYPAL (the Most Popular Option) = www.paypal.com 

( A )  Payments using PAYPAL are to be Sent to dsulipa@gmail.com 

( B or Provide us the email address Linked to your PAYPAL Account and ASK us to send a PAYPAL INVOICE;

( C If you are NEW to PAYPAL, we can send a PAYPAL INVOICE and Get you Started (Simply Provide us the email address you want to use for PAYPAL)

( 2 );  We gladly accept CREDIT CARD Payments { VISA, American Express and Mastercard };  

EMAIL Credit Card Info; we highly recommend sending information, split into THREE separate E-Mail's for safety (Number the emails so we reassemble them in correct order)   (This is very fast & easy; 1000's of previous customers have paid in this way for many years. This is the most common & safe method our customers use to make payments);
( A )  Send first 8 digits in email #1,

( B ) send second 8 digits in email #2 and

( C ) send EXPIRY DATE, and Security / Validation Code (3 Digit number on the BACK of the Card, if there is one) in email #3; 

*** BE SURE to Send your complete SHIPPING address [It is a good idea to include your PHONE number in case problems arise]. 

*** PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error); 

>> OR, you can; PHONE it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-346-3674 );  TEXT it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-392-6686 );

( 3 ); MONEY ORDERS, CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS & BANK DRAFTS; [Note; We have a USA Bank Account; THUS we CAN accept USA domestic MONEY ORDER's (7-11, Western union, post office, etc)]; >> For USA buyers = international MO's are NOT required; So do NOT waste money on the extra fees;

** FOREIGN & OVERSEAS orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

( 4 ); WESTERN UNION; They Require that You send the Money in the Currency of the Country it is sent to, thus Convert the USA Funds Total into the current Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; PROVIDE me with your full Name, shipping Address & Local Phone Number;  Payment needs to be made to; Doug Sulipa;  Send me via WESTERN UNION Tracking Number Information in TWO emails (for SAFETY);

( 5 ); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

( 6 ); USA Funds CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for LOST CASH, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But Note that 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
( 7 ); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;

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>> Note; USA letters to Canada, need $1.25 in stamps;
Send to & make payment to;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986
STEINBACH, MANITOBA
CANADA R5G 1B5

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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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