Great Air-Battle Novel
The Death Raiders
by Lance Kermit
Flying sister ships, they fought over the friend they wished they’d killed and over the woman they loved, ‘till they met in their last rendezvous — where the winner drew death, and the loser a traitor’s doom!
The Blood Of An Englishman — Stirring Sky-War Story
by David Goodis
The last of the freemen no longer knew why he fought — until in the skies of Hitler’s slavehold he wrested the dead men’s flaming answer from blazing Heinkel guns!
Great Air-Battle Novel
Traitors Fear The Sky!
by Logan C. Claybourne
The frozen breath of a dying girl locked the secret of his country’s future, and sent Vale on the Devil’s own furlough — far into the northern skies where Hell’s angels feared to fly!
Terror Rides These Wings — Special Feature
by David C. Cooke
Meet the best the enemy offers — and pit it against our own!
Gunner’s Glory — A Dramatic Novelette Of War-torn Skies
by H. P. Raney
His rival stood like a robust ghost — a Johnny-come-lately to the wars — a reminder to Jones in China of the girl he had lost in the States. They watched the flaming sky together — “Is that good?” asked Gerritty. “That’s (your) Death,” said Jones!
Aircraft Spotters’ Guide — Special Feature
by Raymond G. Neville
The Bell P-39 ranks among the leaders.
Trinidad Pay-Off — Stirring Sky-War Story
by Ray P. Shotwell
A land that was no longer his to fight for, was his to sell — but the bargain stuck in Carney’s craw at 14,000 feet — and the payoff was red-hot steel!
You Asked Us! — A Department
What do you want to know about today’s fighting ships?
Fokker Finis — Stirring Sky-War Story
by David Crewe
“In the old days all you had to do was to clip me on the jaw — and when I woke up, I was the typical, well-behaved kid brother! But we’re playing with guns and steel now — and the one who goes down has six feet farther to go!”
War-Birds Die Hard — A Fact Story
A pilot without a country brings vengeance to the night-filled skies!
Contact! — Special Feature
With Sideslip Jones
How Sideslip was caught in the Big Wind.
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