Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
America was at war, and readers wanted to be part of the action, if only in their reading material. Standard Magazines (aka, Thrilling Publications) met that need with Army Navy Flying Stories, a new publication focusing on the air battles of the Allies against the powerful forces of the Axis. Whether in the Pacific Theater or in the skies over Europe, from action over Greenland to jungle patrols, Army Navy Flying Stories brought the heroic battles of World War II to pulp readers for the mere cost of a dime. Immediately after Pearl Harbor, the first issue was rushed into print, with a cover expiration date of May 1942. The magazine lasted for thirteen issues, ending in the summer of 1945, as the Axis saw defeat at the hands of the Allies. Relive those tales of aeronautic heroism! Army Navy Flying Stories now returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Featured Complete Novel
Blue Water Pilots
By Robert Sidney Bowen
When Lieutenant Barker and his side-kick battle to protect the Canal Zone, spies and U-Boats get a taste of what Americans mean by war!
A Complete Action Novelet
Clay Pigeon Of The A.E.F.
by J.J. Millard
Yank Lieutenant Clay faces grim peril to blast a hidden Nazi catapult drome!
Thrilling Short Stories
Twenty Minutes To Hell
by Laurence Donovan
Pilot Martin prepares for the supreme sacrifice
by William O’Sullivan
Yancey and Carhart stage a death rehearsal
by Joe Archibald
They gave Walt Stacey a patrol bomber
Sailors Last Forever
by Walter H. Springs
Lieutenant Baker shows his righting mettle