Amazing Account Of The Next Great War
The Green Thunderbolt
by Robert Sidney Bowen
When Dusty heard about America’s new invention, the X-Rayoscope, by which the human eye could penetrate night, fog and clouds for a distance of two hundred miles, he thought victory was at hand. With such a machine to spy on the enemy, the war would soon be over. But he didn’t know about the doom even then speeding through invisible skies, had not yet heard of the green thunderbolt!
The Cockpit Killer — Mystery Sky Story
A Yank hurtles into the neatest murder trap ever laid by Black invaders.
The Ten Dollar Ace — Smashing Navy Yarn
He went through hell and high water to prove a dynamite death hunch!
Hangar Flying — A Department
Join the meeting and help the skipper chew the fat about future warfare.
painted by Frederick Blakeslee
A dark shape was twisting down.
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