Volume 14, Number 2LOGBOOK is a quarterly magazine covering the entire spectrum of international aviation history, from the first tentative attempts at flight, to history that was made just yesterday.
LOGBOOK is a distinctive publication in the field of aviation history. At LOGBOOK we certainly enjoy bringing you in-depth articles written by some of the world’s premier aviation historians. More importantly, however, we also enjoy working with, actively encouraging and publishing the first-time, one-time and fledgling author. These are the folks who actually lived the aviation history they are writing about, which lets the reader experience the action from a unique perspective. This allows LOGBOOK to bring you aviation history you will find no other place.
Civil, Military, Airline, General Aviation – Pilots, Aircrew, Mechanics – LOGBOOK brings you the stories that have never been published before, told by the people who experienced the history first-hand. LOGBOOK is heavily illustrated, usually with out of the ordinary photographs that have never been seen before.
Thoroughly researched feature articles, short stories, sea stories, personal remembrances, and simple hangar flying are the kinds of fascinating aviation history you will find in the pages of LOGBOOK. Additionally, LOGBOOK also regularly brings you a fresh look at historic aircraft preservation and restoration, aviation museums, new books on the market, as well as the aviation history news and views from around the world.
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