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Air Trails March 1938

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:6
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:March 1938
Publishing Date:01-03-1938
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Europe Preens Her Wings by Clyde Pangborn page 10
Bombing planes capable of striking overnight thousands of miles away lethal attack planes rocket like interceptors Europes mad rearmament scramble for aerial supremacy.
Modern Military Aviation by Arch Whitehouse page 16
Machine guns in the air armament and gunnery in pursuit aviation.
R. A. F.s New Light Bomber by Frank Tinsley page 34
Something new under the sun was the British press description of the Fairey Battle and now an interesting analysis of the Battle Jr. as pictured on the cover.

Shroud Lines by John DuBarry page 14
A short short story bringing a new variety in aviation fiction to Air Trails readers.
Earmarked Gold (Bill Barnes Air Novel) by George L. Eaton page 36
In which a well laid plat nearly decimates Bills band of fliers.

Air Progress page 4 Keeping abreast of the intrude of aviation.
This Winged World page 6 Pictorial array of aviation headlines.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air page 9 Steps in mans climb to aerial conquest.
The Air Trails Gallery page 19 29 and 31 Large detail revealing photos of the latest planes.
Winged Words page 22 A two page pictorial scoop of skywriting as done by Andy Stinis.
Development of Attack Planes page 26 Reapers of the air pictured through their development by an aeronautical artist.
Whats Your Question Conducted by Clyde Pangborn page 27
Authoritative answers to readers questions.
Split second Action by Jon L. Blummer page 28 Tales by those who lived to tell.
Germanys New Giant Airliner page 30
Luxury skyliner for continental airways vies with the worlds finest for transport supremacy.
Cross Winds page 94 Learn aviation terms through this brain teaser.

Light Plane Flying Clubs Conducted by Arch Whitehouse page 20
Helping the light plane owner of the present and future to talk shop with one who knows.
Gliding and Soaring Conducted by Alexis Dawydoff page 24
Motorless flight in Russiathe Silver Cs featuring Emil Lehecka.
Air Adventurers Conducted by Albert J. Carlson page 32
An organization over 20000 strong playing an important part in the advancement of aviation.

Model contents are listed on a separate page 42

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