AERONAUTICS Theory & Practice of Flying (Issue #24) 1941
AERONAUTICS AN AUTHORITATIVE WORK dealing with the THEORY and PRACTICE of FLYING, ISSUE NO. 24 (A COMPLETE GUIDE TO CIVIL AND MILITARY FLYING). General Editor DON RYAN MOCKLER, N. J., 1941.
ISSUE NO. 24
Features in this Issue:
* Packing the Parachute - Part II.
* The Use of the Airway Radio Range.
* Advantages of the Diesel for Aviation.
* Handling All Types of Seaplanes Afloat.
* Airport Data Sheet.
B&W photos, maps, articles on procedures, eguipment and airport information as of the 30's and 40's. Historical rather than current. Each magazine has approximately 65 pages with b&w photos and drawings. Contributors are famous aviation figures in the 1940s.
Classic silver illustrated cover! Secure binding with clean pages, mild cover wear & light cover edge creases (mild soil foxing at inside & rear cover very outer edge). Just over 9 x 6. Illustrated. Collectible & scarce!