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Air Trails 1936/03 March
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"From the earth's depths they struck without warning - no motor roar, no propeller shriek - in a great Bill Barnes novel of gripping adventure!"

Air Trails 1936/03 March
Air Trails
Street & Smith Publications, Inc., New York
March  1936
Magazine, 85 pages

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"Bill Barnes Air Trails"
Vol. V, No. 6


CONTENTS
Bill Barnes Air Novel: The Silent Flight - George L. Eaton

Features:
This Winged World
Propeller Development
Air Mail Aces - Arch Whitehouse
Pictorial History of Man in the Air
See 'Em And Leap!
Grumman Navy Fighter - Frank Tinsley
Flier's Dictionary - C.B. Colby
Transport, Jr. - Albert J. Carlson
Air Trails Gallery
Do You Know That

Short Stories:
Raiders of the Beam - Ken Martin
Wings of Vengeance - HMS Kemp

Departments:
Model Workshop - Gordon S. Light
What's Your Question? - Clyde Pangborn
Air Adventurers Club - Albert J. Carlson


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Air Trails 1936/03 March
Submission date: 29/09/2016
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User comments:

The 'Marvin Mystery Cannon' ships referenced in the Bill Barnes adventure (page 44, middle of centre column) sounds suspiciously like the Fairey Fantome (Feroce) and even the illustrations are a reasonable depiction of the type. To cap it off, page 5 has a photo of the Fantome's Hispano Suiza with its centre line cannon. Hmmmm....
MartyHillier - 03/10/2016
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