Front Cover: Mixed Company by Russel Smith.
Inside Front Cover: IVL A.22 (Finnish license-built W.33) photos by Knut Erik Hagen.
Inside Rear Cover: More IVL A.22 photos by Knut Erik Hagen.
Outside Rear Cover: Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 profiles by Aaron Weaver.
A Study in Contrasts: Captains Gillet & Lord, et al., 79 Squadron. RAF by Stewart K. Taylor
First hand reminiscences as related to Stu Taylor.
Moose Jaw and Hohenschwangau over Estevelles by Patrick Mallahan
Lt. Lionel Gilmour vs. Ltn.d.Res. Josef Müller, July, 1918.
Rare Birds: The Hansa-Brandenburg Monoplanes Colin Owers with 1/48 scale drawings of the W.33 by Martin Digmayer
An expanded photo essay on the Central Powers' most famous floatplane fighters, including post-war and license-built versions.
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Between the Bookends:
The Imperial German Eagles in World War 1—Their Postcards and Pictures by Lance Bronnenkant | A History of No. 6 Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service in World War I by Mike Westrop | Windsock Datafile No. 119: Hansa-Brandenburg W.13 by George Haddow | Windsock Datafile No. 120: Pepere LUSAC-11 by Colin A. Owers | Windsock International Vol. 22, No. 5 | Windsock International Vol. 22, No. 6 | Nieuport Flyers of the Lafayette by Jon Guttman | The Last Flight of the L 48 by Ray Rimmel | Cross & Cockade International Vol. 37, No. 3 | Schlachtflieger! Germany and the Origins of Air/Ground Support 1916-1918 by Rick Duiven and Dan San Abbott | Finding the Lost Battalion: Beyond the Rumours, Myths and Legends of America's Famous WWI Epic by Robert J. Laplander | American Battlefields of World War I: Château-Thierry—Then and Now: Vol. One: Enter the Yanks as Told in the Actual Words of the Soldiers by David C. Homsher | Wings of War: Burning Drachens by Andrea Angiolino and Pier Giorgio Paglia | The 2006 '14-18 Journal | Gosts of the Great War: Aviation in World War One by Philip Makanna