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TAILWINDS

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DECEMBER ISSURE

Flying Congress.

Clarence D. Young, Assistant Secretary for Aeronautics, contributes one of his splendid articles on aviation.

Joe Cook is a bug about airplanes.  Find out why in the next issue.

Another popular transport pilot will take you along on his daily run.  Get behind the scenes with him.

High-flying diplomats will be caught in mid-air and brought down with a chuckle.


Copyright 1981
by 
AIR PROMOTION SERVICE
Washington, D. C.
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TAILWINDS
Published Monthly by 
AIR PROMOTION SERVICE 
1629 Columbia Road
Washington, D. C.

Vol. 1
No. 2

Contents
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Take Offs.........................  3
Diplomats.........................  5
Flying Cabinet....................  6
Hoos-Hoo..........................  9
Ernie Pyle........................ 13
Washington's Official Air Guide... 16
Airport Information............... 18
Con and Tac....................... 19
Plane Facts....................... 22
Air-MInded Business Man........... 23
Pilots Patter..................... 24
Joe E. Brown...................... 25
Sol Bloom......................... 27

Artist.................Virginia Rutty

Photographs of the Cabinet Members by Harris and Ewing.
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