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:
A Complete Air Action Novel
By Robert Sidney Bowen
Lieutenants Stacey and Bell roar into cloud-busting battle when they set out to make reprisals of their own against the Axis!
An Exciting Complete Novelet
Wings of the North
by Johnston Carroll
When the fires of war flare up over the icy wastes of Greenland, Perry Nolan is catapulted into a welter of action!
Thrilling Short Stories
Let ’em Have It
by Lenox White
A shooting fool shows the Japs a thing or six!
by Arthur J. Burks
Captains Croft and Zane each had his own way of fighting
by Daniel Prescott
Corrigan, Army flyer, does a hitch in the Navy with the sub patrol
The Takeoff — A Department
by The Editor
The Tools at Hand — American Planes
by Sam Merwin, Jr.
Pathways Beyond Horizons
by Brig. Gen. Harold L. George
The Nation’s Number One Flying Men
The Great Zero Mystery
by Lieut. John M. Jenks