This Issue's Mystery Plane

June 2009
Air Power History;Summer2009, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p64
Academic Journal
The article presents an invitation for the readers of the "Air Power History" journal, regarding the identification of the "mystery aircraft." It mentions the rules of the mystery aircraft identification including the submission of entry through a postcard and the naming the said mystery aircraft. An aviation book will be the prize for a lucky winner.


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