Cover Blast, Model Aviation Covers, pt. 3

Continuing with Model Aviation covers from the 1940s.

In a cartoon drawing on the front cover of January 1943's issue of Model Aviation the city police department is after something that smells like dope.  The caption reads, "The Naracotic squad follows the wrong scent."
National Model Aviation Museum, Lee Renaud Memorial Library. Model Aviation, vol. 7, no. 1, January 1943.
In a cartoon drawing, a man hides under the bed as a plane trailing smoke circles the run. A young boy asks, "Hey, pop, did my jet-propulsion plane come in here"
National Model Aviation Museum, Lee Renaud Memorial Library.  Model Aviation, vol. 8, no. 3-4, March-April 1944.
Page 16 of the March-April 1944 issue of Model Aviation honors all of the AMA members fighting in WWII.
This page was too important not to share.  National Model Aviation Museum, Lee Renaud Memorial Library. Model Aviation, vol. 8, no. 3-4, March-April 1944, pg. 16.
A rocket plane runs awok and wrecks a house in the cartoon drawing that graces the front cover of Model Aviation July-August 1944.
National Model Aviation Museum, Lee Renaud Memorial Library. Model Aviation, vol. 8, no. 7-8, July-August 1944.

See more Model Aviation covers:

Cover Blast, pt. 1

Cover Blast, pt. 2

Cover Blast, pt. 4

Cover Blast, pt. 5

Cover Blast, pt. 6

Cover Blast, pt. 7

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