|First published by Sully, this
series was later reprinted by Saalfield, Goldsmith, and World Syndicate.
- THE AIR SERVICE BOYS FLYING FOR FRANCE; or, The Young Heroes of the
Lafayette Escadrille -- "Two chums join the aviators in
this country, learn how to fly, and then journey to Frqance and tender
their services to the LAfayette Escadrille. They go to the flying school
of the French army and are taught the tricks of the famous French
flyers. Then comes some thrilling services in the battle front, where
one lad succeeds in unmasking a rascally German." -- illustrated by Robert Gaston Herbert. 1918.
Sully; Goldsmith; World Syndicate; Saalfield.
- THE AIR SERVICE BOYS OVER THE ENEMY'S LINES; or, The German Spy's
Secret -- "The adventures of young American pilots during
World War I in their air-duels with German pilots and their interception
of German homing pigeons used to send messages from German spies in
France back to Germany." -- "Another thrilling tale of
army aviation. Entrusted with a special mission, the young airmen go
over the German lines and learn important secrets. They had previously
aided an American girl who had a German guardian, and they fall in with
this rascal, who tries to make trouble for them. They are captured and
sentenced to be shot. How they manage to escape makes reading no boy
will want to miss." -- illustrated by Robert Gaston
Herbert. 1918. Sully; Goldsmith; World Syndicate. Read
- THE AIR SERVICE BOYS IN THE BIG BATTLE; or, Silencing the Big Guns
-- "A certain long range German gun had been doing a
tremendous lot of damage and it was entrusted to the young airmen to
locate this gun and put it out of service. It was a perilous job and one
requiring an abundance of nerve. A story which will be followed with
breathless interest by all. " --1919. Sully; World Syndicate.
- THE AIR SERVICE BOYS OVER THE RHINE; or, Fighting Above the Clouds
-- illustrated by Robert Gaston Herbert. 1919. Sully; Goldsmith; World
- THE AIR SERVICE BOYS FLYING FOR VICTORY; or, Bombing the Last
German Stronghold -- 1919. Sully; Goldsmith; Saalfield; World
- THE AIR SERVICE BOYS OVER THE ATLANTIC; or, The Longest Flight on
Record -- 1920. Sully; World Syndicate; Goldsmith.