Book-Length Flying Novel
Squadron Of Corpses
As Told By G-8 to Robert J. Hogan
“Tomorrow at dawn von Griel will fly again. All German aces who have been killed will be brought back to fight again in the air...” G-8 was puzzled by this strange message... Nippy scoffed... But the next day they saw — a corpse flying, a corpse that had been buried months ago. Their bullets hammered into his body but he flew on. Who was this ghastly pilot? How could the Yanks hope to fight a staffel recruited from the grave?
The Masked Pilot — Smashing Air Story
by C. M. Miller
“Pilot 68”... That was his only name — and he always wore a mask!
The Silver Spad — Smashing Air Story
by Harold F. Cruickshank
The Sky Wolf hunts a Boche killer in a city of the dead — with suicide guns.
The Maniac Ace — Smashing Air Story
by Lawrence Mason
Meet 2nd Lt. John Smith, the craziest locoed peelot that ever took war wings!
G-8 Speaks — A Department for Air Fans
The new G-8 Club starts in this issue, gang. Learn how to become a full-fledged member!
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