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Air Trails September 1936

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:6
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:September 1936
Publishing Date:01-09-1936
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Bill Barnes Air Novel
The Blood Red Road to Petra.
Behind the jagged peaks of Arabia lay the ancient city of Petra and winged treachery that struck like a desert sandstorm by George L. Eaton.
Coyote Killer by Edward Churchill.
A twenty dollar bounty for one kind of quarry in sky hunting only vengeance for another kind.
Headlines by Harold Montanye.
Everything the famous air dine pilot did was news but the wrong people read it.

The Model Workshop. Conducted by Gordon S. Light.
Have you tried street light flying
The Contest Calendar.
A schedule of competitive events.
The Biggest National Meet.
Results pictures and news of the 1936 contest at Detroit that reached a new level.
Sport Plane by Louis Garami and Henry Struck.
Flying scale model of the Brown B-3.
The Discussion Corner.
Readers debate the subject of the best airfoil sections for models.
Lazy Taperwing by Lawrence N. Smithline.
Class B indoor tractor.
Model Matters.
Contest times club notes news about modelers activities.
Tops in Trainers by William Winter.
Solid scale model of the Seversky BT 8.
Added Wings for Better Flights.
The Old Timer an unusual original biplane flying model.
The Mark.
Answers to questions information for all.
The Most Efficient Plane by Nicholas E. DApuzzo.
Solid scale model of the Cessna C 34.
From the Ground Up.
The Buzzer beginners stick R.O.G.

The Dare devil Complex by Lieut. W. M. Wood.
Do you know that your greatest enemy in the air is yourself
Aeronautical Engineering by Daniel Jordan.
A valuable account of an important job and how to prepare job it.
The New Boeing Fighter by Frank Tinsley.
About the armys XP 29 undergoing tests the plane on the cover.

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

This Winged World.
Notable photos that picture current air events.
Air Progress.
A page of summarized aviation news.
Parachute Development.
An easy lesson for the aviation student.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby.
Parachute and Pack twelfth lesson in technical terminology.
Gullibles Travel by Major Hunt.
A contest with cash prizes and plenty of fun.
Air Trails Gallery.
Pictures of modern planes for the collector.
Cross Winds.
Can you answer the aeronautic definitions in this puzzle
Pictorial History of Man in the Air. More episodes for a scrapbook.

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