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Air Trails May 1937

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:2
Volume:8
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:May 1937
Publishing Date:01-05-1937
Edition:American
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4 STORIES
Bill Barnes Air Novel
The Black Hawk by George L. Eaton.
At breakneck speed the Lancer dropped into a potter dive faster jaster until the air shrieked and howled as it passed and Hill Barnes grew faint and its image launched Bill Barnes on a weird adventure by George L. Eaton.
Boomerang by &919. P. Montanye.
It tens the greatest fighter he had ever kicked into the air.
Dear Harry by George Swift.
Letters of an Air Student to his Friend.
Crash Courage by Orlando Rigoni.
The earth became a big saucer that was whirling madly. He laughed a grim hard.

5 ARTICLES
Getting Into Aviation by Clyde Pangborn and Lieut. W. M. Wood.
The third article of a series which answers all your questions about opportunities in the air.
Modern Motors by Arch Whitehouse and A. N. Troshkin.
The fourth article in a valuable technical series Diesel engines.
The Automobile Engine Takes to the Air by Frank Tinsley.
The story of the plane on the cover with specifications.
Early and Strange Conceptions of Flight by Lieut. Com. George O. Noville.
Which starts off like a Flying Dragon.
Trick Photography by Henry Clark.
Outlining a new and fascinating hobby for Air Trails readers.

8 FEATURES
This Winged World News photos of airplanes air events airmen.
Air Progress The current news review of aviation.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby.
The twentieth lesson in the technical terminology of the air.
Split second Action Aerial adventures that come only once in a lifetime.
Control Development A pictorial lesson in basic principles.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air The early days of powered flight.
Air Trails Gallery Photographic studies of new planes.
Cross Winds The Air Trails Aviation Crossword Dazzle page.

2 DEPARTMENTS
Whats Your Question Conducted by Clyde Pangborn.
A page of expert information on technical questions for Air Trails readers.
Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson.
The first Honor Roll of new rulings is in this issue

14 MODEL BUILDING ITEMS
The Model Shop
Model Contents are listed on a separate contents page Page 40

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