Skyways 1945 01 (PDF)

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Air-Warfare Review: U.S. enters fourth year of war as world’s greatest air power
Air-Warfare Review: U.S. enters fourth year of war as world’s greatest air power
Boston Sky Party: Practicality of store delivery by helicopter is proved
Evolution of the C-54: Airline progress parallels airliner development (there is a pullout photo of this aircraft).
Guest Editorial: Research points out practicability of air freight. By Col. Edward S. Evans
Prewar Plane + War Conditions Do Not = Postwar Flying: A pilot replies to the Saturday Evening Post flying conditions
Raid on Rabaul: The “Skeeter Beater” plows through Japs to hit the target
Rebirth of a Bomber: RAF Repair Unit puts damaged bombers back into the fight
Republic Offers Postwar Personal Plane: A preview of tomorrow’s private airplane
Return by Night: Four Hellcats go out to battle…and only three come back
The Flagship Fleet: American Airlines makes airline history…and a profit
The Royal Navy’s Fighter: British Seafire ups the striking power of the Royal Navy
Train-Buster: Thunderbolt pilot makes own war on enemy rail lines
Very High Frequency: VHF is postwar answer to precision radio navigation
Wings Over the Red Army: Specs and pictures of planes of the Soviet Air Force