A Novel Of War-Torn Skies
by David Crewe
All men had their price, Worth thought, as he fought and killed for money — until a day dawned in a frozen hell when he bargained with Death for — himself!
Devil-Dog Wings — Smashing Combat Novelette
by Lance Kermit
“You’ve forgotten one little thing, pal, about learning to live like a Marine. You gotta know how to die like one, too!”
Not Expendable — Outstanding Sky Fiction
by George Armin Shaftel
You’ve read a lot of nightmare stories about this war, but you’ve never read anything as nightmarish as this yarn about a guy who defeated a Jap plane carrier — with a ham sandwich!
Heroes Won’t Stay Down — Outstanding Sky Fiction
by Logan C. Claybourne
An old battered sea cow, they called the Catalina — until the day they found an old washed-out ace to take her controls. And then they learned that you can take away the wings from a flying man’s tunic — but never from his fighting heart!
Java — Or Hell! — Outstanding Sky Fiction
by Ray P. Shotwell
They were outnumbered, outmanned, and Death barred the flaming road back. But they had one last mission left, and a summons: “I’ll see you in Java — or hell!”
Ace Of Spads — Outstanding Sky Fiction
by David Goodis
“You’ve picked plenty of trophies outa these skies, Morrison. I’m giving you one last present. One fat German — very dead!”
Meet The Thunderbolt — Air Fact Story
by David C. Cooke
The one plane that Hitler really fears!
You Asked Us! — A Department
The latest about the North American P-51 Mustang and her sister ships which are making headlines today.
Aircraft Spotters’ Guide — Special Feature
by Raymond G. Neville
The Grumman F6F Hellcat — one of the best-kept secrets of this war!
Contact! — Special Feature
With Sideslip Jones
Dust off your tired brain cells in Sideslip’s slipstream!
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