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Insignia Magazine 12

Insignia Magazine

Issue

Magazine:
Insignia Magazine
Number:
12 | July 1999
Language:
English
ISSN:
1360-4848

Table of contents

Reference | Page 110
What If? No. 3 – The Future Serbian Air Force?


Possible new Federal Yugoslav markings devised by a Yugoslav model club.
 

Miscellaneous | Page 112
Bosnian Air Arm Update


A study of the two entity air forces that are currently active in Bosnia – the Bosnian & Croat Federation Air Force and the Republika Srpska Air Force.
 

Reference | Page 118
Air Force Insignia 18 – Turkey


Markings detailed for the Ottoman Empire and Turkey, between 1913 and the present day.
 

Reference | Page 124
Serial Systems 2 – Chile


A look at the names used instead of serial numbers on early Chilean military aircraft from 1914 to 1924.
 

Reference | Page 128
Bulgarian DAR Aircraft – Part Seven


The DAR-10A and DAR-10F light bomber prototypes described and illustrated.
 

| Page 130
Letters and Questions


A double sized letters feature with new information from our readers on Chinese, Polish and Ukrainian markings.
 

Reference | Page 134
Asen Jordanov-1


Plans and specifications for an early Bulgarian built military biplane based on the Albatros B.I.
 

News | Page 135
Blue Rider Publishing New Releases 1999


News on Blue Rider Publishing’s release programme for 1999.
 

Review | Page 136
Product Reviews


An enlarged review section with 11 new books described.
 

Photo Gallery | Page 139
Readers’ Photographs


A selection of photographs submitted by readers.
 

News | Page 140
Blue Rider Catalogue 1999


The full 1999 back catalogue, with details of how to order and information on Insignia Magazine subscriptions.
 

| Page 142
Insignia Volume 3 Index


The full index to Volume 3 of Insignia Magazine.
 

Reference | Page 143
Air Force Insignia 19 – Rhodesia


Markings for the the Rhodesian Air Force from 1947 to 1980 illustrated. Continued in our next issue.
 

Reference | Page 144
UTVA BC-3 Trojka


Plans and specifications for this post WW2 Yugoslav primary trainer.
 

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