Front Cover: First Victories for the 94th, 14 April 1918 courtesy of The Frank Wootton Estate
Inside Front Cover: Airco D.H. 2 prototype painting and photo.
Inside Rear Cover: Restoration photos of Nieuport Type 28 from Seattle's Museum of Flight via Tom Gaylord.
Outside Rear Cover: Photos of the completed restoration.
In Memoriam: George H. Williams, Jr. 1915-2006 by Jim Streckfuss
Fighting Machines for the Air Service, AEF by Theodore M. Hamady
A chronicle of the events that led to the humiliating failure of America's aviation production efforts in World War I.
Eight Minutes Near Bapaume by James F. Miller
Long regarded as one of World War One's lengthiest aerial combats, retrograde event extrapolation and calculative aeronautical analysis reveal a far different scenario.
Captain Alfred Ritscher: Sailor, Polar Explorer & Airman by Lothair Vanoverbeke
"To his men, Ritscher was known as a tall, bull-necked man, who roared like a lion, but had his heart in the right place. After all, he was not just anyone."
From Russia with Victory: The History of FA (A) 242 by Peter Kilduff
The history of Royal Wü;rttemberg Flieger-Abteilung (A) 242
Between the Lines
Leagure General Membership Meeting | President/Managing Editor's Report | Treasurer's Report | Membership Secretary's Report | New Staff Member | Escadrille Ecstasy | Military Heritage Chapter Hits the Lecture Circuit | Oops!
Between the Bookends:
Zeppelin - Volume One by R.L. Rimmel | Windsock Datafile No. 115: Bristol Fighter, Volume Two by L.A. Rogers | Windsock Datafile No. 116: Handley Page 0/400, Volume Two by C.A. Owers | Windsock Datafile No 117: Pomilio PD/PE by Gregory Alegi | Windsock International, Vol.22 No. 1 | Windsock International, Vol.22 No. 2 | Windsock International, Vol.22 No. 3 | Cross & Cockade International Journal, Vol. 37, No. 1 | The '14-'18 Journal, 2005 | WW 1 Aero - The Journal of the Early Aeroplane, No. 189