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Table of Contents - September 2012 Aviation History

Originally published by Aviation History magazine. Published Online: July 10, 2012 
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German Knight on the Russian Front
By Don Hollway
Only battle wounds kept Me-109 pilot Gerhard Barkhorn from becoming the all-time ace of aces.

The Cornfield Bomber
By Stephan Wilkinson
The amazing tale of an unpiloted Convair F-106A that extricated itself from a spin, then safely landed—to fly again.

Silent Warrior
By Thomas McKelvey Cleaver
Grumman's OV-1 Mohawk saved lives by collecting crucial battlefield intelligence.

Spin Control
By Evan Hadingham
"Parke's Dive" showed pilots how to escape the dreaded death spiral in 1912.

Twin Dragons Over Burma
By Warren E. Thompson
P-38 Lightnings of the 459th Fighter Squadron struck previously unreachable targets in Burma.

Autogiro Genius
By C.V. Glines
Juan de la Cierva invented the technology behind early rotorcraft, personally testing many of his designs.




By Robert Guttman
Westland's Welkin tested the limits of high-altitude interception in WWII.

By Jon Guttman
The Military Aviation Museum's de Havilland D.H.89 boasts royal touches.


By Bob Bergin
Gao Chi Hang became China's first aviation hero.

Letter From Aviation History


Flight Test
By Jon Guttman

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