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Air Trails February 1938

American vintage magazine.


Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:5
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:February 1938
Publishing Date:01-02-1938
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Destroyers of the Air by Lieut. W. M. Wood page 10
One of aviations finest writers in a discussion of modern pursuit tactics and operations produces what is probably the most educational article of its hind that has ever been presented to an air-minded audience.
From Acorn to Oak in Air Transport by Capt. Samuel Taylor Moore page 20
An old timer respected by the industry reminisces on the hard gained advances of air transport.
Convoy Fighter by Frank Tinsley page 24
First the Flying Fortress then the Battle Cruiser and now its the Convoy Fighter.
About the plane on the cover the newest Seversky creation.

Hot Stuff by Lieut. Comdr. George . Noville page 14
In which a revolution comes to a peppery close.
One Shall Die (Bill Barnes Air Novel) by George L. Eaton page 30
Bill slammed his stick all the way forward again and went into an outside loop at a speed that left him giddy.

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 17 The early days of powered flight.
Propeller Parade page 18 Another in an educational series of pictorial presentations how propellers are made.
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 27 and 36 Full page pictures of the Gloster Gladiator and the Handley Page Hampden.
Bomb Development page 60 pictorial lesson in basic principles.
Cross Winds page 94 The Air Trails Aviation Crossword Puzzle Page.

Light Plane Flying Clubs Conducted by Arch Whitehouse page 8
New planes for the private flier. An outstanding writer throws light on an interesting situation.
Gliding and Soaring Conducted by Alexis Dawydoff page 22
New contests to be held and the Silver Cs featuring Jack OMeara.
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 37

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