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Air Trails March 1937

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:6
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:March 1937
Publishing Date:01-03-1937
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Bill Barnes Air Novel The Purple Fez.
A dying pilot wrote the dread emblem in the sky with a trail of smoke
and its image launched Bill Barnes on a weird adventure by George L. Eaton.
Runaway by A. R. Elrod.
In the crowded balloon basket Death rode as an invisible passenger.
Dear Harry by George Swift.
Letters of an air student to his friend.
Up and Over by Kent Sagendorph.
When the payroll took to the air so did the bandit chief.

This Winged World..
Notable photos picturing current air events.
Air Progress
News of whats happening in aviation.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby.
Wind Indicators for the Airman eighteenth lesson in technical terminology.
Split-second Action..
Aerial adventures that come once in a lifetime.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air.
More episodes for an aeronautical scrapbook.
Air Trails Gallery
Pictures of modern airplanes for the collector.
Cross Winds
Some aviation definitions fur puzzle solvers.

Getting Into Aviation by Clyde Pangborn and Lieut.
W. M. Wood Heres the expert opinion youve been asking for the facts on opportunity to day
Modern Motors by A. White house and A. N. Troshkin.
The famous rotary radial engine explained in the second of a valuable series.
Gull Wings of France by Frank Tinsley.
About the Loire 46 on the cover.
Rocket Ships by Allan Finn.
An imaginary journey into the future.

The Model Workshop.
Conducted by Gordon S. Light.
A talk on Beginnings.
The Contest Calendar .
A schedule of competitive events.
Fastest War Plane by Alan D. Booton and Ralph Pickard.
Flying settle model of the Supermarine Spitfire I.
The Discussion Corner
This month readers debate streamlining.
Champion Glider by Wallace Simmers
The authors record Class A indoor model.
Completing the Sky King AIR TRAILS gas model.
Winter Sport.
Three sizes of flying-model skis.
French Fighter by William Winter
Solid scale model of the Loire 46.
The Mark
Answers to questions information for all.
Constant-speed Prop by Lawrence N. Smithline.
A clever device for full thrust value.
Model Matters Contests club notes model activities.
Builders Guide by William Winter.
Cowls third in the construction series.

Whats Your Question
Conducted by Clyde Pangborn
A page of expert information presented in interesting style.
Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson.
More news of the expansion of a live dub for the aviation enthusiast.

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