Richard Waugh Is Busy Gathering Sponsorship To Enable A Lockheed L.10A Electra To Reapper, Albeit Breifly, In NZ
The sight in this case is a Walsh-Curtiss flying boat, a faithful replica of the trainer built in Auckland in 1917, but perhaps even more important will be the correct sound.
Matthew Wright Profiles The 1996 Competition.
THE ANNUAL Fincastle Trophy submarine hunting contest was hosted by New Zealand this year for the first time since 1982. Held in the Bay of Plenty between Australia, New Zealand, Canadian and British forces, the contest ran between 13-25 May. The Australians also took the opportunity to run a Principal Warfare Officer's course for their submariners between 6-10 May, involving allied aircraft.
Peter Clark Examines RAF Nimrod Operations
NEW ZEALAND got its first glimpse of the USAF's latest air mobility hardware in May, when McDonnell-Douglas C-17A 94-0068 unexpectedly arrived at Christchurch on the regular USAF Pacific cargo shuttle in place of the usual C-141B Starlifter. The switch came about as a result of the RAAF's 75th Anniversary Airshow at Amberley attracting a large contingent of USAF hardware.
John King Writes Of Pacific Aviation's P-40 Projects. Dragonfly In The Offing, Lancaster Turrent, And Tim's Latest Spitfire Progress.
A Selection Of 1950s Black And Whites Courtesy Of Bruce Skinner.
A Column By Aviation Lawyer Peter O'Brien
Captain David Mcalister, Chairman Aia Flight Taining Division.
Additions, Deletions And Changes Of Ownership On The New Zealand Civil Register.
No.5 Squadron Lockheed P-3K Orion Flown By Wing Commander. Craig Inch. John King Photograph.