Filed Under: Aircraft

Execution Of Convoy PQ17

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The British Blunder That Lost 500 GI Lives — Tactical error? Sellout? Act of cowardice? There’s never been an explanation for this 24-ship half-a-billion-dollar tragedy

Also featuring Daytime: Miss Society, Nighttime: “Any Bed” Dolly — The blonde scandal that set the world on its heels and The Great Tramp Army That Held The Hills Of Cyclades — From deep in the Greek mountains they engaged the enemy, a wonderful, straw-hatted, tobacco-chewing, death-dealing hero brigade


$500 For The Most Amazing Story Written Around This Picture

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That’s right, folks. Someone painted this for no good reason, then had a contest to find some context for their insanity.

This entire issue can be downloaded here.

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Lone Seaman Who Took On A German Raider

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Also includes Java Strip Joy GIrl, Island Paradise where any man can live like a South Seas King, and “Sheriff Sue is a Nympho!”


Crimson Doom!

Dusty Ayres and His Battle Birds August 1934

Dusty Ayres, air ace, is a pilot of unmatched skill and bravery. He alone had saved America from the Black Invaders once before, and now–would he trade his life to save the President’s son, from the demonic Fire-Eyes?

“Dusty pulled the Silver Flash clear and poked its cowled nose straight up for heaven. Up–up he went, straight through the swarm of American planes wheeling and reversing about the slowly circling bomber.”

“For a split second he flashed a look at the giant wing, started to check his climb, and then cursed and pulled the Silver Flash up steeper.”

“No, it was useless to try the last part of his plan. The first part had to be taken care of. He had to get the control ship high above him. Once he got it, the bomber’s controls would automatically go back to neutral–the gyroscopic stabilizer would do that–and the plane would fly a straight line course to the end of its fuel supply.”


Black Lightning

Dusty Ayres and His Battle Birds July 1934

Dusty Ayres is America’s Speed Ace. In his custom built Silver Flash airplane, he sets world speed records. Now, America is about to be attacked by the Black Invaders who have just conquered Europe and Asia.

Dusty Ayres is called into a critical mission which will dictate the fate of America. Along the way, he will meet Agent 10, America’s top Intelligence Agent who has infiltrated the ranks of the enemy.

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