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Air Trails April 1937

American vintage magazine.


Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:1
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:April 1937
Publishing Date:01-04-1937
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3 Stories
Men halted and fell beneath the diving planes
though no bombs were dropped. It
was uncanny devilishand Hill
Barnes faced the most baffling
mystery alone.
by George L. Eaton
The Flaming Finish by A. R. Elrod
It was nip and tuch with the fire godbut he rounded the pylon before his motor conked
Dear Harry by George Swift
Letters of an air student to his friend.

13 Model Building Items
The Model Workshop.
Conducted by Gordon S. Light
The Contest Calendar.
A schedule of competitive events.
The Mulvihill Winner.
by Bruce Luckett and Gordon S. Light
A championship slick model for the contest
Model Matters.
Contests dab notes model activities. This is
your page. Use it.
The Fokker G-1 by Alan D. Booton
A double firetage flying scale model of
unusual interestthe plane on the cover.
The Mark.
Answers to your questions information for
Double-surfaced Indoor Tractor.
by Lawrence N. Smithline
An experimental model.
The Discussion Corner.
This month readers discuss color visibility.
Builders Guide by William Winter
Enlargement of drawingsthe fourth in the
construction series.
Miles Mohawk by William Winter
Solid scale model of Colonel Lindberghs new
Designing for the 1937 Wakefield Rules.
by Gordon S. Light
The Seversky P-35 by Paul Plecan
solid scale of the newest army fighter.
Export Fighter.
Another tempting solid scale model for the

8 Features
This Winged World.
The best news photos of the air.
Air Progress.
Whats happening in aviation.
Seaplane Development.
A page of pictorial instruction.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby
The nineteenth lesson in the technical
terminology of the air.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air.
More items for your aeronautical scrapbook.
Split-second Action.
Aerial adventures that come once in a
Cross Winds.
The Air Trails Crossword Puzzle page.
Air Trails Gallery.
Pictures of modern airplanes for the collector.
5 Articles
Getting into Aviation.
by Clyde Pangborn and Lt. W. M. Wood
The second article in a scries which answers
all your questions about opportunities in
the air.
Take It Around by Frank Kurtz
The story of a boy who wanted to flyand
The Reaper by Frank Tinsley
Mars gets a new swordthe plane on the
Modern Motors.
by Arch Whitehouse and A. N. Troshkin
The third article in a valuable seriesthe
radial engine.
Tragic Memorial
by Lt. Com. George O. Noville
The story of an airplane cemetery.
2 Departments
Whats Your Question
Conducted by Clyde Pangborn
A page of expert information for Air Trails
Air Adventurers Club
Conducted by Albert J. Carlson
More news of our new expanding activities.

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