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When the Luftwaffe was born
Anzac Clubs welcome RAAF
Every RAAF airman who passes through the USA is grateful to the men and women who have given their time and cash in opening and running Anzac Clubs in three American cities - New York, Detroit, Chicago.
The helicopter is news
Before the war many experts said the helicopter was the great weapon of the coming war. Now it looks as if the helicopter may prove the experts to have been right.
Adventure in West Africa
Aircrews flying bombers to the RAF striking force in Africa experience many dangers. Typical of their adventures is the story of an Australian navigator, F/Sgt J. M. Rogers, of Townsville, who told this to an RAAF public relations officer in London.
Every airman's guide: No. 3 - Defines AMP
The girl friend menace
They are working in civvy street
What are they doing, those chaps who have left the service and have vanished through the portals of the rehab officer's office into civvy street?
WAAAF heads together
WAAAF staff officers from all over Australia recently gathered at RAAF HQ for the biannual conference. This is the who's who of the conference....
Facts and figures
Tarmac Terry taking over
The cadets have been in camp
Biggest thrill of the year for an ATC cadet is a week in camp at a RAAF Station. This is his first taste of the real thing.
There is no substitute for marksmanship
Sportlight of the fortnight: Horses for speed but men for stamina
They watch while others sleep - VAOC is the safeguard of the skies
Pilot Officer Bird's cagey quizzes
Bomb happy George presents
Books and you: Victory Through Air Power
Book review of Victory Through Air Power by Major Alexander P. de Seversky.
Let's open the hangar door
Medicine and duty
By-products of iron and steel production vital to the task of keeping them flying