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Air Trails May 1936

American vintage magazine.


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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:2
Volume:6
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:May 1936
Publishing Date:01-05-1936
Edition:American
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Keywords:Air Trails, Magazine
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CONTENTS

Bill Barnes Atr Novel
The Man Who Fell From the Skies
Evil forces held him this white god ruling fierce jungle savages
and those forces met Bills winged challenge in
mid-air with desperate hate.
by George L. Eaton

This Months Features
THIS WINGED WORL
The picture story of wha&357s new in the air.
GLIDER DEVELOPMENT
Graphic instruction for aviation students.
ALWAYS READY. by Sidney Ross
The thrilling story of the dying heroes of the coast guard.
THE FLIER S DICTIONARY by C. B. Colby
Rigid Dirigible Ballooneighth lesson in terminology.
WINGS OF TO-MORROW by Calvin Block
The startling new Wallis geodetic wing may revolutionize dying.
PICTORIAL HISTORY OF MAN IN THE AIR
More episodes for an aeronautic scrapbook.
BUILD A MODEL OF THE CHINA CLIPPER by Philip L. Mates
Scale plans complete in every detail.
THE FASTEST LAND PLAN by Frank Tinsley
About Howard Hughes racer on the cover.
FAMOUS FIRSTS
Steps in the worlds aviation development.
AIR TRAILS GALLERY
A page of pictures of modern planes for the collector.
ITS A FACT THAT

Short Story
CODE OF THE NAVY by Arch Whitehouse
His hands weighed human mercy against a record1

Departments
THE MODEL WORKSHOP Conducted by Gordon S. Light Plans of the Trainer and some valuable contest hints.
WHATS YOUR QUESTION Conducted by Clyde Pangborn I
nteresting answers from an expert.
AIR ADVENTURERS CLUB Conducted by Albert J. Carlson
Whats Our Course A message for future pilots.
HOWARD HUGHES

Mr. Howard Robard Hughes is a young man who likes to fly to places rapidly. Its not because hes particularly anxious to be where hes going. What interests him is the speed he develops in getting there. To him speed has a double use. It is his hobby and his contribution to aeronautical science. He has been flying for fifteen of the 31 years since he was born atHouston Texas on December 24 1904. Inheritor of a large fortune as a young man he bought planes and became an expert pilot. Then he decided to Immortalize in film one of the worlds most thrilling air eras the World War. He went to Hollywood and produced Hells Angels Cock of the Air and Sky Devils which did much to make America air-minded. Turning from story to reality he built the powerful little racer pictured on our cover and with it hung up an international speed record. Howard Hughes has added new strength to our wings.

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