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Air Trails March 1936

American vintage magazine.


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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:6
Volume:5
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:March 1936
Publishing Date:01-03-1936
Edition:American
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Keywords:Air Trails, Magazine
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CONTENTS

Bill Barnes Air Novel
THE SILENT FLEET
From out of the earths depths they cameno
motor roar no propeller shriekto
strike with fiendish fury
by George L. Eaton

This Months Features
THIS WINGED WORLD
The picture story of whats new in the air.
PROPELLER DEVELOPMENT
Illustrated information for aviation students.
AIR MAIL ACES by Arch Whitehouse
Fighting fog fire mountains in a mad brave era.
PICTORIAL HISTORY OF MAN IN THE AIR .
More episodes for an aeronautic scrapbook.
SEE &904&924 AND LEAP
Dizzy photos revealing a zoo at the airport.
THE GRUMMAN NAVY FIGHTER by Frank Tinsley
About the F2F-1 on the cover.
THE FLIERS DICTIONARY by C. B. Colby
The Airportsixth lesson in technical terminology.
TRANSPORT JR by Albert J. Carlson
Details and drawings of the new Curtiss 19L Coupe.
AIR TRAILS GALLERY
A page of pictures of modern planes for the collector. BUILDING THE BOEING P-26A by Philip L. Mates
Complete solid-model plans of a favorite ship.
DO YOU KNOW THAT

Short Stories
RAIDERS OF THE BEAM by Ken Martin
Along the invisible skyway lurked a deadly menace.
WINGS OF VENGEANCE by &919. M. S. Kemp
Whirling the figure fell. Was it toJourneys End

Departments
THE MODEL WORKSHOP. Conducted by Gordon S. Light
Build the Thermal Finder for new duration thrills.
WHATS YOUR QUESTION Conducted by Clyde Pangbom
Interesting answers from an expert.
AIR ADVENTURERS CLUB. Conducted by Albert J. Carlson
Moving the mountaina message for pilots of to-morrow.
MAJOR GENERAL
OSCAR WESTOVER

Appointed to the high position that he has understudied as assistant for four years General Westover has become chief of the army air corps at the moment when our aerial forces are expanding to history-making strength. Americas air future has been placed in expert hands. Born in Michigan in 1883 General Westover has been in the army since 1901 he joined the air force when it was still part of the signal corps in World War days and has since performed all sorts of aviation duties. He is a trained balloonist as well as airplane pilot. Since the air corps reorganization last year that created a separate G.H.Q. air force the office of chief of the air corps has been devoted largely to procurementseeing that army fliers get good planes and plenty of them. One of General Westovers first official acts was to reject bids for 82 new pursuits as unworthy. Under his plans our air corps will equal the best in the world.

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