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Air Trails January 1938

American vintage magazine.


Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:4
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:January 1938
Publishing Date:01-01-1938
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9 Gs and Pull Outby Lee Gehlbach page 8
One of the worlds renowned test idiots recounts highlights in u dangerous career malting fighting planes safer for tactical maneuvers.
What Ive Learned About Gliding by Pete Bonotaux page 22
A top flight article by a noted glider pilot benefiting those anxious to join the soaring ranks.
Atlantic Clipper by Frank Tinsley page 24
A review of the mighty Boeing Clipper and about the significance of inter-national transatlantic developments about the plane on the cover.

Never the Two Shall Mix by Harold Montanye page 12
In which a just stepping pilot meets with unexpected difficulties.
High Over Maxembourg (Bill Barnes Novel) by George L. Eaton page 30
Bill stuck the nose of the Lancer into the ominous black mass as rain came lashing in against the windshield.

Air Progress page 4 The current news review of aviation.
This Winged World page 6 News photos of airplanes air events everything new in aviation.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air page 11 The early days of powered flight.
Light Plane Development page 15 A pictorial lesson in basic principles.
From Drawing Board to Runway page 18
An instructive pictorial feature presenting the story of the fabrication of the Seversky Convoy Fighter.
Whats Your Question by Clyde Pangborn page 26
A page of expert information on technical questions for Air Traits readers.
The Air Trails Gallery page 37 Photographic studies of new planes.
Split second Action by Jon L. Blummer page 38
Aerial adventures that come only once in a lifetime.
The Eaglet by Frank Tinsley page 69
A three view drawing in response In popular demand.
Cross Winds page 71 The Air Trails Aviation Crossword Puzzle Page.

Light Plane Flying Clubs Conducted by Gerald H. Smith page 16
A valuable department helping those who expect to fly news notes and a timely article by Arch Whitehouse.
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 39

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