Flying Cadet 1943 03 (PDF)


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Vol. 1 No. 2 ……. Cover: A new view of the U. S. Army Air Force’s Republic P-47 “Thunderbolt”, single-seat, high-altitude fighter, often called the “world’s most powerful fighter plane”. The “Thunderbolt” is powered by a giant 2,000 h.p air-cooled, Pratt and Whitney engine, swinging a 4-blade propeller. The pilot shown is Lieut, Earl Hayward of La Grange, Ill. / Photo by Rudy Arnold ……. Articles Inside: …

Fighter Tactics / By Keith Ayling


Air Hero of the Month — Lt. Griffith P. Williams

The Story Behind the News — Armada Attack

Are You Fit to Be A Pilot?

ABC of Navigation

The Honor and The Glory / By Robert S. Pike, Illustrated by Wesley Neff

Gliders by the Thousands / By Major Lewin B. Barringer

Which One Would You Shoot At?

How to Fly—Aerodynamics

Men of Vision Have Super-Sight.

Cadet Quiz / By Milton Figen

Rainbow at Night—Meteorology / By Ernest G. Vetter

Hanging High / By Parm Mayer

Rip Cords

Paramarines in Action

R.A.F. Cadets

Fly Leaves