Flying Cadet 1943/03 March (RCL#1535)

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"A new view of the US Army Air Force's Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, single-seat, high-altitude fighter, often called the world's most powerful fighter plane. The Thunderbolt is powered by a giant 2,000 hp aircooled Pratt and Whitney engine, swinging a 4-blade propeller. The pilot is Lieut. Earl Hayward of La Grange, Ill."

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Flying Cadet 1943/03 March
Flying Cadet
Archer A. St. John (Ed.)
Flying Cadet Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois
March  1943
Magazine, 60 pages

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Vol. 1, No. 2
Superb illustrations, in black & white and colour.

CONTENTS
Fighter Tactics
Triggerman
Air Hero of the Month
The Story Behind the News
Are You Fit To Be A Pilot?
ABC of Navigation
The Honor and The Glory
Gliders by the Thousands
Which One Would You Shoot At?
How to Fly - Aerodynamics
Men of Vision Have Super-Sight
Cadet Quiz
Rainbow at Night - Meteorology
Hanging High
Rip Cords
Paramarines in Action
R.A.F. Cadets
Fly Leaves


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