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Review of the Association des Amis du Musée de l'Air - Contents of previous issues
 
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PEGASE 96 PEGASE N°96 JANUARY 2000 

The Mirage IV story told by its project engineer.
Jean Forestier.

Once upon a time
Pierre Delachenal.

The French astronauts' badges.
Pierre-François Mouriaux.

Louis Breguet, my father.
Pierre Louis Breguet.

PEGASE 97 PEGASE N°97 APRIL 2000 

From AS30 to AS30 Laser, an exceptional life-time for a missile: 40 years !
Bruno Diffre.

Jacqueline Auriol: a fabulous destiny.
Jacques Noetinger.

My arrival at Daurat's.
Paul Graugnard.

PEGASE N°98 JULY 2000 

The Durandal has its own history...
Jean-Antoine Laborie.

Recollections of an aerodynamics engineer.
George Broihanne.

Durandal as remembered by Tito Maulandi.
Tito Maulandi.

Flight controls.
Raymond Déqué.

Test and evaluation at CEAM.
Lucien Inguimberti.

PEGASE 99 PEGASE N°99 OCTOBER 2000 

Kellermann activity Center.
Maurice Béguin.

1908 - 1920 Rotary engines.

1920 - 1940 Fixed radial engines.

1940 - 1945 The German occupation.

1945 - 1950 Reconstitution of resources.

1950 - 1960 Turbojets for transonic aircraft.

1960 - 1967 Turbojets for supersonic aircraft.

1968 Moving to Corbeil.

Epilogue.


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