Flying Cadet 1944/01 January (RCL#1654)

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"Who created the Spitfire? Who indeed, but Reginald Mitchell, whose far-sighted genius gave England's RAF such fiery and deadly fighters in which to prove their skill and daring. Now Reginald Mitchell is dead. He did not live to see his plane prove its superlative worth. But his plane lives on."

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Flying Cadet 1944/01 January
Flying Cadet
Archer A. St. John (Ed.)
Flying Cadet Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois
January  1944
Magazine, 60 pages

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


CONTENTS
Air Age Refresher
Deafened but not Dumb
Whirl Away
Battle of the Biggies
Plotting the Course
Heart of the Airframe
So Planes Began
Onward and Upward
Force Counter Force
Tachometers
This is the Air Forces Proving Ground
The Highs and Lows of Weather
CAP Cadet School
Parade of Power
Fly Leaves


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