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Insignia Magazine 15

Insignia Magazine

Issue

Magazine:
Insignia Magazine
Number:
15 | December 2000
Language:
English
ISSN:
1360-4848

Table of contents

Reference | Page 74
Air Force Insignia 26 – Greece 1912-1923


Markings for the the Royal Hellenic Army Air Force and Naval Air Service from 1912 to 1923.
 

Reference | Page 76
Curtiss and Crown – Part Two


Concluding our two part article by Neville Hayes detailing the formation and activities of the New South Wales State Aviation School during WW1.
 

| Page 81
Decal sheet offer


Full details of our special FREE decal sheet mail-in offer. Our normal free decal sheet will be back next issue.
 

News | Page 83
Blue Rider New Releases


Blue Rider Publishing’s latest products, including news on electronic versions of out of print issues of Insignia Magazine.
 

Reference | Page 84
Swiss Fliegertruppe 1914-1936 – Part Two


Continuing our new series looking at the aircraft, colour schemes and markings of the Swiss Air Force from its formation in 1914 until the creation of the Flugwaffe in 1936.
 

Reference | Page 93
Wild trainers in Columbia


A brief look at the Swiss designed Wild WT trainer in service with the Latin American air force of Columbia.
 

Reference | Page 94
Air Force Insignia 22 – Albania


Markings for the the Albanian Air Force from 1946 to 2000 illustrated. Continued from our last issue.
 

Review | Page 98
Product Reviews


An enlarged review section with the latest books, magazines and modelling products described.
 

News | Page 102
Blue Rider Publishing Catalogue 2000


A full listing of Blue Rider Publishing’s decals, magazines and books currently available.
 

| Page 106
Letters and Questions


Our letters feature contains information from readers about Bulgarian and Australian aircraft.
 

Reference | Page 106
Air Force Insignia 26 – Greece 1912-1923


Markings for the the Royal Hellenic Army Air Force and Naval Air Service from 1912 to 1923.
 

Photo Gallery | Page 108
Aviation Art 1 – Poland


The first in an occasional series featuring aircraft from the smaller air forces in contemporary illustrations.
 

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