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Squadron Scramble

‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.1 was designed for learning to identify American, British, German and Japanese WW2 military planes, manufactured by Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942. Each card has an authentic scale drawing of a military airplane plus recognition tips. The names of bomber aircraft are printed in red, fighters in blue. See the Instruction card

Above: “Squadron Scramble” card game no.1 for identifying military planes, © copyright National Aeronautic Association of the USA, printed by Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942. 52 cards, including 3 “Keep ’em Flying” cards and one “Victory” card, plus instructions card in box. Images courtesy Rex Pitts.

‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.1 for identifying military planes, Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942 ‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.1 for identifying military planes, Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942
  • Squadron Scramble No.2

    ‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.2 was of similar design for learning to identify American, British, German, Russian, Italian and Japanese WW2 military planes, manufactured by Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942. See the Instruction card

    ‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.2 for identifying military planes, Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942 ‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.2 for identifying military planes, Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942

    Above: ‘Squadron Scramble’ card game no.2, of similar design to game no.1, but with green backs.

FURTHER REFERENCE

“Squadron Scramble” Card Games (R112-8A & R112-8B)

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