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Release of 24/08/2017
Edition: No. 351 and No. 352 (Y) Squadrons: supporters of the Royal Air Force


A fireworks of novelties.
In this issue, you will find in this issue an unpublished article on the operations of the two Yugoslav hunting and assault squadrons engaged by the RAF on the western front. 1944 and 1945; A photographic chronicle of the devices used by CEPA until 1940; Following the exploits of the Grumman F6F Hellcat during the "pigeon shooting" of the Mariana; The state of the Japanese imperial army's hunting in 1941; The biography, written especially for AVIONS, from the ace to the 14 victories Gilbert Sardier - the youngest squadron leader of France in 1918 -; Also the career of a Luftwaffe pilot called "servitude", who will show you the reverse side of the frontline units on the eastern front and in the Mediterranean; Finally, a news article, still unpublished, about the operations of the strange MV-22 Osprey in Afghanistan.
Be aware, however, that the profiles and plans to illustrate the continuing history of the Caudron Rafale have fallen behind; We are therefore obliged to shift the second part, devoted to Caudron C.530, which will appear only in our No. 220.

I am pleased to inform you that LELA Presse will be releasing no less than three new books which will definitely make sense: Volume 1 of the Jagdgeschwader 54 (very awaited!), Volume 1 of the Lehrgeschwader 1, as well as a magnificent monograph of the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter, the "flying rocket" that was so inked ... In reality, I should say five pounds and not three, for at about the same time will appear The two volumes retracing the history of the French navy during the Great War.

Have a good reading and most of all, good back to everyone!

Christophe Cony


- Readers' Corner
- No. 351 and No. 352 (Y) Squadrons: supporters of the Royal Air Force (1st part). By Boris Cigli?
- Feathers and a question mark ... (full story). The CEPA. By Lucien Morareau.
- The Grumman F6F Hellcat in the Second World War (9th part) 1944, the decisive year: the Mariana pigeon shooting. By Michel Ledet.
- ARAWASI, the "wild eagles" of the Japanese Imperial Army (3rd part). On the march towards war. By Bernard Baëza.
- As 14-18: Gilbert Sardier, The youngest squadron leader of France (1st part). By David Mechin.
- Pilot liaison to JG 77 (full story). By Pierre Dujardin.
- The Osprey MV-22 in operations: The Osprey in Afghanistan (full story). By Stéphane Nicolaou.
- Infolarsirs. By Michel Ledet, Jean-Louis Roba and Andrew Thomas.

In front page :

A Hurricane Mk.IV RP of No. 351 (Y) Sqn of the RAF rocket attacks a German convoy near Dubrovnik, Croatia, at the end of 1944.
(Painting by Lionel Labeyrie)

  • Format : A4
  • Pages number : 96
  • Pictures number : 212
  • Language : French
  • Color profiles : 27
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