Kiffin Rockewell Saves An Ally by the late Robert Carlin (1971). While flying deep in Germany in late summer, 1916, Rockwell found a French Voisin being shot to rags by an Albatross D.II. The surprised German lost the battle and the grateful Frenchman, Lt. Martin du Clausonne, followed Rockwell to his Lafayette Escadrille base to personally thank him. Rockwell never received credit for the victory and was killed a short time later. Claussone died in Paris in May 1968.
The Making of a Dunkirk Aviator, Part II—Ensign James Henry O'Brien, USNRF by Richard T. Whistler
Paul & AugustThayer Iaccaci—American Aces of No. 20 Squadron RFC/RAF by Dennis Gordon
First to Fall—George Herbert Manley, USN by Michael O'Neal
James Norman Hall—The Great Adventurer (Part II) by Tom Walden
Tom Walden illustrates the life of James Norman Hall as told through many of his private correspondences.
Myths and Mysteries f the Great War in the Air by O'Brien Brown
Between the Lines
In Memorium: Neal W. O'Connor
In Memorium: Robert E. Carlin
Between the Bookends:
Deutsche Luftkriegsgeschichte 1914-1918 Aus der Chronik der Jagdstaffel 32 | René Dorme and Joseph Guiget, The Air War of Two Aces | Wings Over Cape Cod, The Chatham Naval Air Station 1917-1922
Mentioned in Dispatches:
The Frech Correction | French Correction II | Contact! | A Frank Discussion| Case of the Missing Captions