Royal Air Force Flying Review Magazine, September 1957

110 pages. Features: Nice photo ad for the de Havilland Sea Vixen; Photo ad for the Fairey Fireflash - the first British guided weapon; The Short S.C.I. - article and full-page colour photo of this unusual craft; Nice photo ad for the Beverley, made by Blackburn and General Aircraft; Ouragan - article and colour illustrations of this French jet fighter; Farnborough Preview; The P.1 - article with photos; Shot from a Flying Wing (AW 52) - article and photo of "Jo" Lancaster; I Tested Focke-Wulfs; Thwarted Fighters - the delayed success of James Marton; Crash Landing in France (part 2); The Hawker Hunter F.6 - British Jet Fighter; The Missile Age - a special directory of rockets and missiles; Air Intelligence; Russia's Flying Wagon - The YAK-24 - article with photos; Test Flight to Freedom!; I Got My Sausage!; The Luftwaffe's Workhorse - the Ju 52/3m; Captain Ray Salute to the Spitfire; Ad for the Reliant three-wheeled car; Milland Flies Again; Colour ad for Senior Service cigarettes on back cover features helicopter at sea; and more. Binding intact. Above-average wear. Pages age-toned. A worthy reference copy.