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Air Trails June 1936

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:3
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:June 1936
Publishing Date:01-06-1936
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This Winged Word.
A graphic review of whats new in the air.
Development of Mail Planes.
Tabloid glimpses of dying progress.
The Words Biggest Aircraft by John DuBarry.
A bow-to-stern survey of the LZ-129 dirigible.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby.
Instrument Panel ninth lesson in technical terminology.
The Autogyro Joins The Army by Frank Tinsley.
About windmill craft and the ship on the cover.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air.
More episodes for an aeronautic scrapbook.
The Curtiss Navy III Hawk by G. Christy
Solid model plans of a favorite combat plane.
Aeronca Steps Out by Albert J. Carlson
Details of a popular design and a model contest.
Air Trails Gallery.
A page of pictures of modern planes for the collector.
Its a Fact That.

Smugglers Wings by Jack Straley.
Death stalked the clouds for the Coast Guard pilot.
Hot Air Heroes by George Swift.
No. 1 Peter C. Jones (Prop-wash Pete).

The Model Workshop. Conducted by Gordon S. Light.
Fly the famous Sky Flea from complete plans and instructions.
Whats Your Question. Conducted by Clyde Pangborn.
Two pages of interesting expert information.
Air Adventurers Club. Conducted by Albert J. Carlson.
Unlimited a prediction for the future.

Into the leadership of the navys air affairs next month comes Captain Arthur B. Cook.
He will assume the post of chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics vacated by Rear Admiral Ernest King whose tour of duty expires then and who will become aircraft base force commander.
Captain Cook like Rear Admiral King was a navy man for several years before aircraft began to be considered seriously as a service arm.
He came to Annapolis from Evansville Indiana his birthplace was graduated in 1905 and thereupon began a busy career that carried him aboard 13 ships and into many shore stations.
He caught up with aviation in 1928 at Pensacola qualifying as naval aviator.
Since then he has served in several air jobs among them commander of the carriers Langley and Lexington.
He will take the title of rear admiral when he shortly becomes head man of all naval aviation.

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