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Air Trails August 1936

American vintage magazine.


Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:5
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:August 1936
Publishing Date:01-08-1936
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Bill Barnes Air Novel
The White Rygmy.
The Atlantic the deadly African Jungle demoniac flying shill test Bill Barnes and his gang in a thrilling sky adventure by George L. Eaton.
Just What He Ordered by Andrew A. Caffrey.
li e seldom publish tear stories but this one had to be told.
Hot Air Heroes by George Swift.
No. 3 Halstead H. Simms (Hisso Hal)
Old Gum Chew by Morton J. OBrien.
It was a clever plot and the result at the air races looked like an accident.
Wash Out by Frank J. Davidson.
That was the way an airman should die if there wasnt much left to live for.

The Model Workshop.
Conducted by Gordon S. Light.
If hats to be done about gas models
The Contest Calendar.
The modelers schedule of competitive events.
Coasting on Air.
Presenting the Sourer a towed glider.
Official Model Records.
A valuable table of all the &925.A.&913. times.
Flying Auto by Alan D. Booton.
Flying scale model of the Plymacoupe.
The Discussion Corner.
Experts opinions about lift tail surfaces contributed for our monthly forum.
Inside Stuff by Lawrence N. Smithline.
Launching a new authoritative series on indoor models and flying.
Kings Cup Winner by Nick Limber.
Solid scale model of the Miles Falcon.
Balloon Tires by Alan D. Booton.
How to make real pneumatic air wheels for rubber powered models.
The Mark.
Maybe yours is among the questions answered.
Navy Amphibian by William Winter.
Solid scale model of the Grumman JF-3.
For the Fledgling.
The Hug beginners slick pusher.

How Strong by Lt. Com. George O. Noville.
The hey to the vexing all-important problem of stress analysis.
Low Wings for the Navy by Frank Tinsley.
About the new Vought SXB2U-1 scout bomber the plane on the cover.
Testing Float Models by Daniel Jordan.
New York University opens u towing basin to study seaplane floats and hulls.

Whats Your Question Conducted by Clyde Pangborn.
A page of expert interesting information.
Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson.
The meeting place of the air minded.

This Winged Word.
Notable photos that picture current air events.
Air Progress.
A page of summarized aviation news.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby
Airway Beacon eleventh lesson in terminology.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air.
More episodes for your aeronautic scrapbook.
Gullibles Travels Major Hunt
A contest with cash prizes and plenty of fun.
Engine Development.
An easy lesson for the. aviation student.
Cross Winds.
Du you know the aeronautic words that are defined in this puzzle.
Air Trails Gallery.
Pictures of modern planes for the collector.
Literal Lemuel.
Lie does as hes instructed.
Clyde Pangborns New Flying Wing.
News of our wing commanders plane.

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