Vol. IX No. 8 …… Cover: “One of the most striking examples of versatility” in a warplane is the Douglas A-20, says Lieut. Gen. H. H. Arnold, commanding general, U. S. Army Air Forces. An A-20B is shown over the California coast in Kodachrome photograph by Harold Jackson. ……. Contents:
Ours Is Full of Holes – The Philippines fell for lack of planes.
Dedicated to Victory – New Douglas plant at Tulsa swings into production.
Tulsa Lines Are Busy – Gallery of photographs of men who run new plant.
From Rattle to Battle – Story of aluminum—wartime’s most precious metal.
Reporters – Newspaper women learn about aviation at Santa Monica.
Glamor Girls 1942 – Shop clothes of women are smart and practical.
Aruban Nights – Adventures on a tropical island.
Dept. 89’s White Elephant – A little humor saves material.
It Has Been Suggested – New ideas speed warplane production.
With Douglas Around the World – News from here, there, and everywhere.
With Us This Month – Visitors at Douglas from far and wide.
Sports – The Horsey Set
Sports – Santa Monica
Sports – El Segundo
Sports – Long Beach
Sports – Tulsa
Breezing Around Santa Monica
Keeping Up With El Segundo
What’s Doing at Long Beach
Tune in With Tulsa