A V-Aces Novel
Next Stop — Tokyo!
by Ralph Oppenheim
From the heart of Naziland to the Land of the Rising Sun, Captain V and his aces of freedom take the trail of the mightiest challenge of the Axis air armadas — a plane that no man has seen — but which carries death to the world in its guns!
Midnight Mission — Great Air-War Novelette
by David Goodis
“You’re going to fly me to Norway, see? I don’t give a damn if you’re the greatest flyer England ever had — tonight you’re just my chauffeur!”
Death And The Dawn Are Mine! — Outstanding Battle Story
by Ray P. Shotwell
Bill Brady fled, hunted and alone, into a blazing air battle over Hunland, where his fiercest adversary was the Hun spy who had framed him for an American firing squad!
A Bullet For The Butcher — War Action Story
by Robert Sidney Bowen
The Hun they called the Butcher roared down for his kill, and learned the grim lesson his breed must remember — “When you fly against Yankee wings, you’re digging your own grave!”
Thunderbolt Striking! — Air Fact Story
by George Evans
America’s newest and greatest fighting plane — the P-47 Thunderbolt!
How To Identify U.S. Warplanes — Air Fact Story
by David C. Cooke
Here are tomorrow’s rulers of the sky — and a key to help you spot them!
In The Hangar — A Department
with Greaseball Gabby
Greaseball reads his pan mail — and talks right back to you!
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