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Availability: News-stand           Issues per Year: 6
ISSN: 1067-1048           Barcode:
First Year: 1971           Last Year: 2007

Publisher: Republic Press Inc.
Country: United States         Language: English

Main Genre: history
Exclusively Aviation?: Yes

Status: Ceased

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‘Airpower’ was a military aviation history magazine covering all periods from WW1 to the present day. The contents normally comprises a few long articles in each issue – all are highly illustrated, resulting in a mostly pictorial content. A majority of the subjects are American aircraft types and units. Each issue has 54 pages each, of A4 size, with many b+w and colour photos. It was first published in May 1971 as a monthly, but later (circa 1975?) became bi-monthly. From then onwards it has been published on alternate months with ‘Wings’ (see below). Until the late 1990s it was published by Sentry Books Inc. Ceased publication in mid 2007 when the circulation fell below an economically viable level.

Further information: website: Airpower, (back issues on CD-ROM: AirWingMedia)

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