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Air Trails December 1937

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:3
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:December 1937
Publishing Date:01-12-1937
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Beating the Weather Devils by Lieut. W. M. Wood page 8
Air lines successfully combat zero-zero flying.
Zephyr At Elmira by Frank Tinsley page 22
America conies to the fore with a top-flight sourer the Ross Stephens sailplane.
Joe Mackey Stunt Pilot by Charles Verral page 26
An odyssey of aerobatics.

This Winged World page 4 News photos of airplanes air events airmen.
Air Progress page 7 The current news review of aviation.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby page 11
The twenty seventh lesson in the technical terminology of the air.
Split second Action by Jon L. Blummer page 15
Aerial adventures that come only once in a lifetime.
U. S. Army Air Corps Automatic Landing System page 18
Robots make possible landings through jog and darkness.
Whats Your Question by Clyde Pangborn page 24
A page of expert information on technical question for Air Trails readers.
The Air Trails Gallery page 25 Photographic studies of new planes.
Carrier Development page 27 A pictorial lesson in basic principles.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air page 37 The early days of powered flight.
The Bill Barnes Snorter page 76 Three view drawing in response to popular request.
Machine Gun Development A pictorial lesson in basic principles.
Cross Winds page 79 The Air Trails Aviation Crossword Puzzle Page.

The Brass Ring by Harold Montanye page 12
At 5000 feel the big ship plunged out of the cold drab fog and stuck its nose into a world of glorious sunlight.
Counterfeit Wings (Bill Barnes Air Novel) by George L. Eaton page 30
The Lancer shivering with the vibration from the hammering Diesels lunged ahead.
The stick came back and the ship was up and away.

Light Plane Flying Clubs Conducted by Gerald H. Smith page 16
A department of light plane flying for every one featuring the light planes at the National Air Races home built airplanes and club news.
Gliding and Soaring Conducted by Alexis Dawydoff page 20
Sectional contest results and news.
Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson page 28
An association for the advancement of aviation.

Model contents are listed on a separate page 38

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