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September 1, 1938

NATIONAL AIR RACES 1938

Racing Events

3 Spots and a Horn

Aircraft Armament

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NATIONAL AIR RACES 1938

Racing Events

Revised rules and $100,000 "kitty" are bringing together as great a collection of speed planes and race pilots as ever faced a starting flag.

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3 Spots and a Horn

A preliminary account of the BAC-MIT Blind Landing System based on Irving Metcalf's "three-light" method.

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Aircraft Armament

In his first article the author described modern aircraft arma ment. He winds up the discussion with a detailed study of the gun installations in a typical multi-gun fighter

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Seeing Is Believing

Visual instruction methods at the Boeing School of Aeronautics

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Spot Landings on the Month’s News

The U. S. falls far behind in F.A.I. records—So What?

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OPERATORS CORNER

Prairie Airways Gets Canadian Feeder Contract

FIRST CANADA FEEDER LINE CONTRACT was let recently to Prairie Airways, Ltd., with head offices in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The route will extend from Prince Albert to North Battleford, south to Saskatoon and Moose Jaw, connecting with Trans-Canada at Regina.
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Let's Talk Business

Ranger Engineering Corp., Farmingdale, N. Y. announces the appointment of Pacific Airmotive as its authorized service and overhaul station for the West Coast territory. Parts stock and equipment at Burbank and San Francisco make complete Ranger engine service available at both Airmotive branches.
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Aviation in Washington

Industry Watchful — Waiting on New C.A.A.

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THE AVIATION NEWS

As Others Fly It

A Birdseye-View of Aviation Abroad

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Airline Interviews

WE HAD LOOKED UP “Maitre d’Air Line” in our best French dictionary and as near as we could make out United had given Don Magarrell the title of Headwaiter. That seemed something a little hard to be for an airline. When Miss Strugglebump, R.N., spilled soup on a lady over Sandusky, what did Magarrell do—scold her by radio? . . .
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