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Air Force Magazine 1973 June
1 Air Force Magazine 1973 June
Air Force Association June 1973 Volume 56, Number 6 magazine used 88 pages 
Contents:
The President's State of the World Message
Congress and the Budget, Again
Whispering Death: The F-111 in SEA
Surviving in Hanoi's Prisons
The Military Code of Conduct
How USAF Prepares for Future Contingencies
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
Reforming the Officer Promotion System
DoD's Race Relations Institute - Where It's Happening
What the Bombing Survey Really Says
A New Look from USAF's Weather Satellites
The Advantages of Going Regular
Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight Conclave - A Perfect Blend
Memorable Tenth National Air Force Salute

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Air Force Magazine, 1971 August
2 Air Force Magazine, 1971 August
Air Force Association August 1971 Volume 54, Number 8 magazine used 88 pages 
Contents:
Those Pentagon Papers - Who Needs Them?
CBS Won't Do It Again
How the USSR Is Headed Toward Technological Superiority
How Our New R&D Policy Relies on the Extensive Use of Prototypes
I Fly the T-38
T-38 - Biography of a Beautiful Bird
Air Superiority Into the 1980s
The Ominous Danger of Being Second
The People Get a Plan
Of Arms and Man
Why Ploesti?
Ploesti!
The Ploesti Raid - A Statistical Summary
Levy's 9 Laws of the Disillusionment of the True Liberal
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
AFA Nominees for 1971-72

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Air Force Magazine, 1972 May
3 Air Force Magazine, 1972 May
Air Force Association May 1972 Volume 55, Number 5 magazine used 160 pages 
Contents:
The Rock and the Hard Place
Close Air Support: The Hardware and the Mission
Strategic Options and Total Force Concepts
Twenty-second Annual Air Force Almanac
Development Flexibility and Cost Discipline
A Rationale for Adequate US Aerospace Forces
Office of the Secretary of the Air Force
United States Air Force Command and Staff
SAC - Hard Core of the US Deterrent
USAFE - American Air Shield for Europe
PACAF - Air Superiority in the Pacific
MAC - Its Middle Name is Airlift
AFSC - A Step Ahead of History
AFLC Lifeline of the Aerospace Team
TAC - Off on a New Tack
ADC - Detection and Defense
ATC - In Step with the Times
AFCS - Conduit for Command
AU - Polishing the Professionals
AAC - Top Cover for America
USAFSO - Samaritan South of the Border
HEDCOM - Multi-Mission Managers
USAFSS - Communications Security
USAFA - A Matter of Degrees
ANG - Combat Ready . . . All Week Long
AFRES - On-Call Professionals
ARPC - The Reserve's Home of Record
AFMPC - USAF's Payoff Command
AFAA - Evaluating USAF Efficiency
AFDAA - Meeting Management's Data Demands
AFISC - the Eyes and Ears of the Chief of Staff
AFOSI - The Air Force's Private Eye
ACIC - Mapping the Earth and Sky
A Gallery of USAF's First-Line Weapon Systems
USAF's Bases at Home and Abroad
Major Active Air Force Installations in the US
USAF's Major Installations Overseas

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Air Force Magazine, 1974 April
4 Air Force Magazine, 1974 April
Air Force Association April 1974 Volume 57, Number 4 magazine used 88 pages 
Contents:
Hard Facts and Gossamer Hopes
The Pentagon Looks Good
Flying the Thud
F-105 Thunderchief - Facts and Figures
F-105s Join USAF Reserve Forces
Are We Underrating Soviet Military Manpower?
Organization of the Soviet Armed Forces
The Communist Buildup in Vietnam
Urgent US R&D Requirements
Secretary McLucas on B-1 Program Changes
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
Counterforce: Facts and Fantasies
Adjusting Triad to Mounting Soviet Threats
The Career Outlook - Many Pluses, Some Minuses for Airment
Rickenbacker: "Most Natural Leader I Ever Saw"
Rickenbacker's Confirmed Aerial Victories
Scratch the Military Retirement Change Package

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Air Force Magazine, 1974 August
5 Air Force Magazine, 1974 August
Air Force Association August 1974 Volume 57, Number 8 magazine used 104 pages 
Contents:
Rethinking Nuclear Strategy
Detente, Too, Can Be a Weapon

Twenty Years in Space - A Special Edition:
USAF's Conquest of Space
No Hiding Place in Space
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
ATS-6 - NASA's Huge Transmitter in the Sky
The Principal Contractors to NASA for ATS-6
Our ICBM Force - The Vulnerability Myth
SAMSO Commander Proproses Advanced ICBM Prototype

The View From Milledgeville, Georgia
"Get On Out Here"
Another Promotion Crisis
Your Best Chance for Promotion: Be a Well-Educated Regular
Tampering With Terminal Leave
AFA Nominees for 1974-75

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Air Force Magazine, 1974 December
6 Air Force Magazine, 1974 December
Air Force Association December 1974 Volume 57, Number 12 magazine used 132 pages 
Contents:
The Synergy of Crisis
New Traffic Signals Ahead
General Haig's Role as SACEUR
B-1 "Good Bargain" for Deterrence

The Military Balance 1974/75:
Foreword
Abbreviations
Index to Countries and Principle Pacts
The United States and the Soviet Union
The Warsaw Pact
The North Atlantic Treaty
Other European Countries
The Middle East and the Mediterranean
Sub-Saharan Africa
China
Other Asian Countries and Australasia
Latin America
Tables of Comparative Strength
The Theatre Balance Between NATO and the Warsaw Pact
Problems of Comparing Defence Expenditure and Gross National Product

Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
Boo-Boo of the Year: Congress Kills AECP
New Mission for an Old B-17 Crew

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Air Force Magazine, 1974 October
7 Air Force Magazine, 1974 October
Air Force Association October 1974 Volume 57, Number 10 magazine used 88 pages 
Contents:
The Deepening Shadows of Detente
"Slim" and "Sascha"
New Muscles of the Tactical Arm
Major RPV Programs of AFSC's Aeronautical Systems Division
Yankee Ingenuity in England
All Their (Red) Cards Are in the Hole
A New Era of Economical Spaceflight
Night Eyes on the B-52
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
Can NATO Mend Its Fences - and Defenses?
Housing Deficit Down, But By No Means Out
Divorce and the Air Force Family
Behind the Blast Doors
The Fabulous Bristol Fighter
Teaching Teachers About Aerospace
Will the Service Academies Go Coed?
AFA Salutes SAMSO on Its Twentieth Anniversary

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Air Force Magazine, 1975 June
8 Air Force Magazine, 1975 June
Air Force Association June 1975 Volume 58, Number 6 magazine used 88 pages 
Contents:
Reverberations From Vietnam
Respect, Admiration, Gratitude
Stop the B-1, Dishonestly
Kriegie Reunion in Cincinnati
Orphans' Airlift from Vietnam
The Game of the Name
Technological Initiative: A Priceless Asset
The Importance of "Military" Space
The B-1's Cost-Effectiveness
Only Realistic Practice Makes Perfect
The Domino Effect of Personnel Cuts
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
AFTEC Testing: Avoiding Advocacy
Down the Road to Friendship
USAF and the Vietnam Experience
Industrial Associate Members of AFA
Korea: A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary
Weird, Wonderful Warplanes
Arnold Air/Angels Conclave: A Busy Time in Louisville
Turning the Spotlight on Alcohol Abuse
"They Could Have Danced All Night"

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Air Force Magazine, 1975 March
9 Air Force Magazine, 1975 March
Air Force Association March 1975 Volume 58, Number 3 magazine used 100 pages 
Contents:
The High Cost of Freedom
The Squeeze is Coming Soon
TAC's Focus Is on "Lean and Lethal"
Soviet Aerospace Forces and Doctrine
Deployment of Soviet Airpower
The USSR's Sixteen Military Districts
The Soviet Ministry of Defense
Command and Staff of the Strategic Rocket Forces
Command and Staff of the Soviet Air Forces
The Soviet Drive for Aerospace Superiority
Soviet Aircraft Design and Construction Institutions
The Soviet Space Program
Soviet Space Payloads - 1957-74
Successful Launches to Orbit or Escape - 1957-74
Educating the Soviet Officer Corps
Officer Education and Training Schools for the Soviet Armed Forces
Gallery of Soviet Aeropsace Weapons
Soviet Armed Forces - Facts and Figures
Top Leaders of the Soviet Armed Forces
The Military Balance and Detente
"CONUS Isolated" - Today's "Frontier Posts"
AFA's Advisory Councils

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Air Force Magazine, 1975 October
10 Air Force Magazine, 1975 October
Air Force Association October 1975 Volume 58, Number 10 magazine used 92 pages 
Contents:
The CIA Hearings
Through a Closed Window
The Key Strategic Requirement: Flexibility
Civil Defense in the USSR
Organization of Civil Defense of a Typical Soviet City
On Used Cars and MBFR
US Marine Corps - 1975
Jane's All the World's Aircraft Supplement
Fifteen Seconds to Eternity
The Harrier's Heir Apparent
The B-1: Myth and Reality
The Falcon Foundation
The Falcon Foundation's Sponsored Scholarships
Dogfights at Zero Mach
Service Academy Budgets Under Fire
Industrial Associates of the Air Force Association
Metamorphosis of the Fighter

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America's Civil War magazine 2001 March
11 America's Civil War magazine 2001 March
Primedia Enthusiast Group March 2001 Volume 14, Number 1 magazineq used 74 pages 
Articles:
  • The Man Who Was Touched with Fire. The Civil War left an indelible mark on Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., and despite his many other accomplishments, he always considered his military service to be the most significant period of his life.
  • Good Riders and Crack Shots. While other Confederates were fighting Union soldiers, the 1st Texas Mounted Rifles spend 1861 chasing and battling Indian raiders over the scorching plains of their home state.
  • Last Stand in the Shenandoah. Union troopers raced over the feebly defended Confederate earthworks at Waynesboro, Va., on March 2, 1865, firing their Spencer repeaters as fast as they could at the fleeing enemy. Jubal Early's army was being destroyed.
  • Union Fiasco at Head of the Passes. An ugly, squat and slow-moving Confederate ram - with the welcome assistance of a panicky Federal commander - unhinged the Union Navy's initial attempt to blockade the mouth of the Mississippi River.

    Departments:

  • Personality. Champ Ferguson killed dozens of Union soldiers and civilians in Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau.
  • Commands. The black enlisted men of the 14th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery toiled in blackwater posts for the Union cause.
  • Eyewitness to War. Volunteer aide Albert Barnes found himself caught up in the confusing Union retreat after the First Battle of Bull Run.
  • Men and Material. The Austrain Consol musket was one of the worst weapons of the Civil War.
  • Preservation. A proposed road-widening threatens a historic intersection in the very heart of Manassas National Battlefield Park.

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    Armchair General magazine 2014 November
    12 Armchair General magazine 2014 November
    November 2014 Volume 11 Number 5 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
    Armchair General interviews the chairman of the World War I Centennial Commission
    Edward: The "Black Prince" - Prince Edward, England's famed Hundred Years' War commander, never lost a battle
    The Battle of Cedar Creek - a Confederate triumph turned into a catastrophe for the South in Shenandoah Valley.
    Blood on the Border - the U.S.-Mexican War along the Rio Grande River over the disputed Trans-Nueces region

    Interactive
    Americans vs. Soviets: Fulda Gap, 1980 - choose the correct plan for an American tank platoon to respond to a surprise enemy attack
    Chinese Defense at Shanghai, 1937 - You must lead outnumbered Chinese troops facing the surging Japanese army
    Battle on Golan Heights, 1973 - Historical outcome and winning Reader Solutions to Combat Decision Game #63, July 2014 issue
    Konev and the Battle for Berlin, 1945 - You must lead 1st Ukrainian Front armies in World War IIs final offensive.

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    Civil War Times Illustrated magazine 1993 May/June
    13 Civil War Times Illustrated magazine 1993 May/June
    Cowles Magazines Inc. May/June 1993 Volume 32 Number 2 magazine used 74 pages 
    Features:
  • Moral Victory in the Crusade To Clear Mudd. Dr. Samuel Mudd was sentenced to life in prison and almost hanged for conspiring to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. A moot appellate court recently ruled on his conviction. Did Mudd's defense lawyer, the renowned F. Lee Bailey, convince the judges his "client" was innocent?
  • Jeff Davis' Living Tomb. Confederate President Jefferson Davis spend half a year locked in a cramped stone cell at Fort Monroe. Visitors can see that dark chamber and other Civil War-related curiosities at the Virginia fort's Casemate Museum
  • "I'll Live Yet to Dance on That Foot" No man is invulnerable, but some come closer than others. A Civil War Achilees, Colonel Charles Blacknall shrugged off numerous battle wounds and came charging back to the skirmish line, vowing to fight until the south was free.
  • The Beast of New Orleans. Bejamin Butler's most obvious attribute was ugliness, but beneath that repulsive exterior lurked an intelligent, shrewd, and politically well-connected general
  • Custer's Long Summer. With the war all but over, George Custer's Union cavalrymen were ready to return to their families. When sent to Louisiana instead, they began to turn on their superiors. Mutiny loomed.
  • Gunboats of the Upper Tennessee. If Union troops could capture Chattanooga, Tennessee, they might be able to march through Georgia and Alabama and control half the South. But first they would need a gunboat - fast.

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    Civil War Times Illustrated magazine 1993 November/December
    14 Civil War Times Illustrated magazine 1993 November/December
    Cowles Magazines Inc. November/December 1993 Volume 32 Number 5 magazine used 114 pages 
    Features:
  • While Father Was With Us. An Indiana soldier recalls what happened when his father visited the front in 1862
  • The Great Deceiver. The Life of Nathan Bedford Forrest. Part II of this unique magazine biography looks at what made Forrest the South's most innovative horse soldier and a feared leader of men
  • Gettysburg: A Battle Becomes a Movie.
  • Libblie's Table. The widow Custer prized a table her husband George had given her at the end of the Civil War. Confederate Ulysses S. Grant had signed "the surrender" on it - or had he?
  • Special Book Excerpt: General James Longstreet. During the Civil War, Longstreet was respected by his superiors and men. Later, he was ostracized by old comrades. Was he a good soldier? This book examines the question.
  • Betwixt Wind and Water. It's the battle over a battle. Victors in the fight for Fort Pillow stand accused of murder. It's the story of the "massacre" above Memphis.
  • We Will Stand By You. A slave dealer, a Klansman, a mand accused of allowing the murder of black troops, General Forrest did not appear to be a friend to black Americans. But he thought he was.
  • Georgia's Endangered Gunboats. Visit the Confederate Naval Museum and see two Rebel gunboats on display
  • 'Til the Paper Work is Done. Forms, forms, forms. In duplicate. In triplicate. The Civil War was the first modern paperwork war. Some relics of it survive, as economic collectibles and tools for genealogists.

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    Civil War Times Illustrated magazine 2001 December
    15 Civil War Times Illustrated magazine 2001 December
    Primedia History Group December 2001 Volume XL Number 6 magazine used 112 pages 
    Contents:
  • Don't You Beg, and Don't You Dodge. When Champ Ferguson went calling in his mountain stomping grounds in Kentucky and Tennessee, it was not to sit and chat with a neighbor or stay for supper. When Ferguson knocked on the door, someone was about to die.
  • Jackson Alone. In his first independent campaign, the eccentric general who would soon emerge as a military genius and Southern hero looked like a failure.
  • Crashing the Party. There were many reasons for drunkenness in the Army of the Northwest. But the army's new commander wanted sober soldiers, not excuses.
  • The Newsmen. They wrote about battles they never saw. They drew pictures of action that happened miles away. And they sold newspapers by the millions.

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  • General Tilghman's Place. The Tilghman Heritage Center tells the Civil War story of Paducah, Kentucky, and of the Confederate general the building lured to the city.
  • My War. Running by Land and by Sea, Part I. Desperate to avoid the gallows, the Confederate Secretary of War and a notorious Southern sea raider run for their lives.

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    Military History magazine 1996 March
    16 Military History magazine 1996 March
    Cowles History Group March 1996 Vol 12 Number 7 magazine used 82 pages 
    Contents:
  • Personality: Accepting a dreaded command in Iberia set Publius Cornelius Scipio on a path to glory.
  • Perspectives: The long struggle of warlords to rule "All Under Heaven" during the 1920s brought hell on earth to China
  • Reviews: Her status as a prize of war gave the frigate Macedonian a special diplomatic value to the United States Navy
  • Intrigue:
  • The bark Catalpa set course for Australia in search of Fenian political prisoners, not whales
  • Weaponry: British sailors enjoyed serving aboard "HMS Diamond Rock" - an island that the Royal Navy called a "sloop."
  • Best Little Stories: For Luther F. Werner, World War II in Italy had, perhaps, one climatic moment
  • Allenby and the Last Crusade. "When the Nile flows into Palestine", the Arabic prophecy said, "then shall the prophet from the west drive the Turk from Jerusalem." In December 1917, aided by a water pipeline from Egypt, the British "Al Nebi" (prophet) was ready to fulfill that prediction.
  • Union Assault on Arkansas Post. As Federal guns zeroed in on Fort Hindman's Confederate defenders, a shell cut the 24th Texas Cavalry's flagstaff in two. Seeing his brother dead, a Texan whose legs had been blown off put a pistol to his head and shot himself.
  • Tactical Triumph at the Alma. Told that the Guards would be decimated by Russian fire if they continued their advance, Colonel Sir Colin Campbell replied, "It is better, sir, that every man of Her Majesty's Guards should lie dead upon the field than that they should now turn their backs upon the enemy."
  • Rhodesia's Brutal Second Matabele War. A century ago, with Dr. Leander S. Jameson and his 600 troops in Boer captivity, a god spoke through a Ndebele medicine man, saying that the time had come. At the next full moon, the Ndebele would rise up and kill all the white settlers they found.
  • Exploits of a Doolittle Raider. As his North American B-25B left Tokyo behind, navigator/bombardier James H. Macia concerned himself with reaching Churchow before the plane's fuel ran out, without crashing into a mountainside or coming down in Japanese-held territory.

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    Military History magazine 2000 June
    17 Military History magazine 2000 June
    Primedia Enthusiast Group Inc June 2000 Vol 17 No 2 magazine used 90 pages 
    Contents:
  • The Roman Conquest of Spain. After the Second Punic War, Iberia was the scene of more than two centuries of struggle, treachery, brutality and some of the most humiliating defeats in Roman history
  • War on a Shoestring. As U.S. Army troops moved out to confront the North Koreans 50 years ago, Brig. Gen. Eugene M. Lynch recalled, "These boys throught, 'Boy, this will be a piece of cake.'"
  • Opening Rounds of the Fogotten War. Rushing back to Lt. Col. Harold Ayres' headquarters on July 5, 1950, war correspondent Denis Warner told him, "There's a tank coming down the road." "We don't have any tanks," said Ayres, to which Warner replied, "Not ours, theirs."
  • Aerial Attack on Oregon. When I-25 left Yokosuka on August 15, 1942, only her captain, Lt. Cmdr. Meiji Tagami, and Warrant Officer Nobuo Fujita knew their mission. Fujita was to take off in the Japanese submarine's tiny floatplane and bomb the U.S. mainland.
  • Missteps on the Road to Marengo. "I was in an exceptional position," wrote First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte, "and I risked a little on the chance of gaining much."
  • Intrigue - A young woman's death became an anti-British propaganda tool in 1777
  • Personality - During the Boxer rebellion, the Rev. Frank D. Gamewell turned the foreign legation compound at Peking into a fortress
  • Weaponry. In 1608, pirate Jan Castens got a nasty surprise when the merchant ships he was pursuing turned out to be Venetian galleasses
  • Reviews. Warfare was burtal, chaotic and semmingly universal during the Middle Ages.
  • Perspectives. Private Michael J. McQuirk's letters described the savage Philippine Insurrection fighting.
  • Best Little Stories These three U.S. Marines did their part in Korea - but it wasn't easy.

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    Sea Classics magazine 1968 September
    18 Sea Classics magazine 1968 September
    Challenge Publications Inc. September 1968 Vol. 1 No. 2 magazine used 70 pages 
    Contents:
    Wooden Wonders of Iron Bottom Bay - Torpedo Boat Action from New Guinea to the Solomons
    Battle of the Big Guns - The Battle of Jutland
    Voyage to Eternity - The Legend of RMS Titanic
    Ode to Old Ironsides - The Saga of the U.S.S. Constitution
    Seawolves of the Mekong
    The Seahawk

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    Sea Classics magazine 1969 April
    19 Sea Classics magazine 1969 April
    Challenge Publications Inc. April 1969 Vol 1 No 4 magazine used 66 pages 
    Contents:
    The Unsinkable Bismark
    Ode to an Ocean Greyhound - Mauretania
    The Last Broadside - USS New Jersey
    Our First Battleship - USS Illinois
    USS Texas
    Remembering the Maine
    Instant Classic - Monte Cristo

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    Sea Classics magazine 1980 spring, Special Edition
    20 Sea Classics magazine 1980 spring, Special Edition
    Challenge Publications Inc. Spring 1980 Special Edition magazine used 98 pages 
    Special edition: Great Sea Tragedies - true stories and photos of disasters at sea.

    Contents:
    The Loss of the Bark PAMIR
    Death Dive of the Submarine S-4
    The Mystery Ship JOYITA
    The Sinking of the USS PANAY
    The VESTRIS Disaster
    LUSITANIA
    7 Out at Point Honda
    The Ionian Incident

  • QUEEN MARY and the CURACOA
    Ghost of the Bermuda Triangle
    Mystery of the EMPRESS of IRELAND

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    Armchair General magazine 2014 November
    Armchair General magazine 2014 November
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    Military History magazine 2000 June
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    Sea Classics magazine 1969 April
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    World War II magazine 1974 January
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    World War II magazine 1972 February
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    World War II magazine 1973   April Collector's Edition
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    Sea Classics magazine 1980 spring, Special Edition
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    Sea Classics magazine 1984 November
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