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David Rennie

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A hero in the family

George Henry Tatham Paton was 22 when he was killed in the first world war. A century later, his relatives travelled to Scotland to celebrate his life

What life is like aboard America’s doomsday plane

It may be a cold-war relic, but the National Airborne Operations Centre, which flies the US defence secretary around the world, is still going strong. Our correspondent witnessed the extraordinary sight of a mid-air refuelling

Travelling on the edge

These days holidays can be beset by health and safety concerns. Not so in Nicaragua, as David Rennie discovered to his delight when he took his family surfing down an active volcano

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