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Do you love the full-throated growl of a piston engine, the ear-shattering roar of a jet, or the stark silence of balloon flight? If so, then you need Aviation History, the magazine that puts you in the cockpit for compelling and beautifully illustrated stories about amazing aircraft and the fascinating people who flew them. That’s the plane truth!
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