The Invisible Patrol — The Red Falcon
by Robert J. Hogan
The Falcon follows a phantom enemy deep into dead man’s skies.
The Trap Smasher — West Point Eagle
by O. B. Myer
The tires of a thousand Yanks were staked upon one gutty airman — and a soldier’s theory!
The Peelot From Arkansas — Sky Rattlesnakes
by C. M. Miller
Meet Porkey Lee, who looted like a cherub — but fought like a greased devil from hell!
Skeleton’s Drome — Bill Dawe
by Harold P. Cruickshank
The Sky Devil hurls into a murder noose to meet the Baron von Death at his own game!
The Come-Back Ace — C.O. Dynamite
by R. Sidney Bowen
You can smack down a mug like Squint — but you can’t stop him from coming back!
The Hooded Staffel — Devil’s Twin
by Wilson S. Freesland
It was just a small glass tube, but two Yank eagles faced the tortures of hell to possess it!
The Tail Buster — Story Behind The Cover
by Frederick Blakeslee
What happened when a Herriot out on a practice flight, was caught cold by three Boches.
The Hot Air Club — A Department
by Eugene A. Clancy
Where the readers gather every month to tell each other and the editor to go to hell.
painted by Frederick Blakeslee
Herriot, Fokker and L.V.C.
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