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“Sky Writers, August 1936″ by Terry Gilkison

Link - Posted by David on September 23, 2020 @ 6:00 am in

FREQUENT visitors to this site know that we’ve been featuring Terry Gilkison’s Famous Sky Fighters feature from the pages of Sky Fighters. Gilkison had a number of these features in various pulp magazines—Clues, Thrilling Adventures, Texas Rangers, Thrilling Mystery, Thrilling Western, and Popular Western. Starting in the February 1936 issue of Lone Eagle, Gilkison started the war-air quiz feature Sky Writers. Each month there would be four questions based on the Aces and events of The Great War. If you’ve been following his Famous Sky Fighters, these questions should be a snap!

Here’s the quiz from the August 1936 issue of Lone Eagle.

If you get stumped or just want to check your answers, click here!

“Sky Writers, March 1936″ by Terry Gilkison

Link - Posted by David on August 26, 2020 @ 6:00 am in

FREQUENT visitors to this site know that we’ve been featuring Terry Gilkison’s Famous Sky Fighters feature from the pages of Sky Fighters. Gilkison had a number of these features in various pulp magazines—Clues, Thrilling Adventures, Texas Rangers, Thrilling Mystery, Thrilling Western, and Popular Western. Starting in the February 1936 issue of Lone Eagle, Gilkison started the war-air quiz feature Sky Writers. Each month there would be four questions based on the Aces and events of The Great War. If you’ve been following his Famous Sky Fighters, these questions should be a snap!

Here’s the quiz from the March 1936 issue of Lone Eagle. (Note: the blanks provided don’t always match the correct answer!)

If you get stumped or just want to check your answers, click here!

“The Other Cockpit” by Robert J. Hogan

Link - Posted by Bill on May 16, 2008 @ 12:00 am in

While Robert J. Hogan is best known as the author of long running air war series like G-8, The Red Falcon, and Smoke Wade, he wrote plenty of non-series fiction. Here is a little gem that tells the tale of Bat Benson, a bomber pilot who has a habit of mistreating his rear cockpit observers. But his newest observer is not someone who will be pushed around.

“Rumpler Stakes” by Joe Archibald

Link - Posted by Bill on May 2, 2008 @ 12:00 am in

Joe Archibald with a humorous Ambrose Hooley and Muley Spinks air novelet!
When this pair of wild aces get started, they ruin anybody’s old war!

“The Falcon Strikes” by Major George Fielding Eliot

Link - Posted by Bill on April 18, 2008 @ 11:31 pm in

Lieutenant Jim Davison, a Yank serving with the Royal Flying Corps in the Caucasus, is caught between the Russians and the Germans as he tries to help Prince David of Georgia recover a lost treasure.