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Air Trails February 1936

American vintage magazine.


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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:5
Volume:5
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:February 1936
Publishing Date:01-02-1936
Edition:American
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Keywords:Air Trails, Magazine
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CONTENTS

Bill Barnes Air Novel
THE BLACK GHOST
Hideous evil brooded over the skies setting
planes racing and guns hammering in a
mad tangle for stupendous stakes.
by George L. Eaton

This Months Features
THIS WINGED WORLD
A graphic review of whats new in the air.
HOW THE NAVY PICKS ITS PILOTS
by Lt. Com. George O. Noville
Vividly illustrated with exclusive photos.
THE FLIERS DICTIONARY
The parachute jumperfifth lesson in technical terminology.
BILL BARNES IMPROVED SNORTER by Frank Tinsley
Plans and descriptions of a &328ghting fury
AIRPLANE CONTROLS AXES AND AILERONS .
Easy instruction for the aviation student.
THE DEADLIEST AIR WEAPON IN THE WORLD
by Arch Whitehouse
This article reveals something that youll think about.
PICTORIAL HISTORY OF MAN IN THE AIR .
More episodes for an aeronautic scrapbook.
THE WATERMAN ARROW PLANE
Details of the new foolproof ship on the cover.
AIR TRAILS GALLERY
A page of pictures of modern planes for the collector.
DO YOU KNOW THAT

Short Story
SKYROTECHNICS. by Guy R. Stream
The transport hostess wasnt air-mindedbut the pilot was

Departments
WHATS YOUR QUESTION . Conducted by Clyde Pangborn Interesting information from an expert.
THE MODEL WORKSHOP...Conducted by Gordon S. Light
Half a dozen ideas for ambitious builders.
AIR ADVENTURERS CLUBConducted by Albert J. Carlson To-days
BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANK M. ANDREWS

When he was graduated from West Point In 1906 at the age of 22 Second Lieutenant Frank M. Andrews from Nashville Tenn. was assigned to the cavalry. Flying was still in its cradle the Wright brothers had made their first hop only two and a half years before. It was not until 1917 that Frank Andrews entered aviation with a majors rank but his career has been bound up with army flying activities practically ever since. The only interruption was a two year period of duty as executive officer of the American forces in Germany. He has commanded army air fields and training schools has served in staff positions and a year ago was designated commanding general of the newly-formed General Headquarters Air Force which gathers all the combatant units of the air corps under one separate command responsible only to the armys chief of staff. On the first anniversary of the G. H. Q. force General Andrews is head man of our fighting fliers.

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