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Air Trails October 1936

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:1
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:October 1936
Publishing Date:01-10-1936
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Bill Barnes Air Novel The Crimson Line
Linking America with the Orient stretched the route of the new transpacific airship and deadly robot weapons sought to block it
It was up to Bill Barnes by George L. Eaton.
Gyrfalcon by Henry C. Brokmeyer.
A bird of prey launched from the mailed fist of war
You Can Tell a Man By His Hands by Harold Montanye.
Thats what the Clipper pilot believed andhe acted on his hunch.

The Model Workshop Conducted by Gordon S. Light.
Developments of the summer season.
The Contest Calendar.
A schedule of competitive events.
The 1936 Wakefield Winner by Gordon S. Light and Albert A. Judge.
Complete plans details and instructions for building the leading contest model of the year
The Discussion Corner.
Readers debate the subject of direct rubber attachment vs. demountable motor sticks.
Time tested by Alan D. Booton.
Flying scale model of the 1936 Fairchild 24.
Model Matters Contest times club notes news about modelers activities.
Hollow Sticks by Lawrence N. Smithline.
How to build these important parts of indoor models.
Americas Biggest Land Plane by Nicholas E. DApuzzo.
Solid 14 scale model of the Douglas DST.
From the Water Up.
Building neat floats for the beginners Buzzer and other flying models.
More Balloon Tires by Alan D. Booton.
How to make real pneumatic air wheels for gas powered models.
The Mark.
Answers to questions information for all.
Wings for the Navy by William Winter.
Solid scale model of the Vought SBU-1.
A New Angle in Model Flying.
Report of tests on the Trevor Wonderplane.

Britain Rearms by Grainger Summerfield.
Revealing facts figures and new planes.
Radio Eye for the Flier by Sidney Ross.
The new Hefele radio direction finder.
Sleeping in the Clouds by Frank Tinsley.
About the DST the plane on the cover.

Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson.
Its all Flying a message for tomorrows pilot.
Whats Your Question Conducted by Clyde Pangborn.
A page of interesting expert information.

This Winged World.
Notable photos picturing current air events.
Amphibian Development.
An easy lesson for the aviation student.
Split second Action.
Aerial adventures that come once in a lifetime.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby.
Strip Airway Map thirteenth lesson in technical terminology.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air.
More episodes for your aeronautic scrapbook.
Air Trails Gallery.
Pictures of modern airplanes for the collector.
Air Progress News of wha&357s happening in aviation.
Cross Winds Aeronautic definitions for puzzle-solvers.
Gullibles Travels Major Hunt.
A cash prize contest with plenty of fun.

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