Volume 25 No. 1 - Jan/Feb 2009
HEADING up the Jan/Feb 2009 issue is the first part in Lance Krieg’s new series on modelling WWI aeroplanes in which he discusses workshop environments and reference materials. Profusely illustrated and packed with practical advice it’s a great read. Stephen A Lawson has the story of the American fliers who trained on Nieuport 24s at Issoudon and George Haddow profiles the Lohner Type P in the 17th instalment of his series. The mighty Short Bomber is featured in our Rara Avis series, we review the latest Spad kits, photo story on a Swedish Albatros B.II restoration and there’s an exclusive look at Rise of Flight, a new WWI combat sim. Plus book, kit, decal reviews, a rear cover packed with a dozen Curtiss Canuck profiles depicting training unit markings and more.
- Part one of Lance Krieg’s new series on modelling WWI aeroplanes
- Lohner Type P
- Latest Spad kits
- WWI combat sim.
- Book, kit, decal reviews and more