This pamphlet contains a very graphic and detailed World War II era map designed by A. Petruccelli and published by the Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa). It was designed on a north polar projection to demonstrate "the fact that the aeroplane changes our old earth-bound ideas as a map like this. The air is a universal highway. Flying routes naturally go across, not around." Flanking the map is text explaining the difference between the commonly seen Mercator projection and the polar projection along with opportunities in the aviation industry. The border includes airplane insignia for various nations (including Nazi Germany), and the verso is filled with additional illustrations including both "friendly" and "enemy" airplanes, plane formations, stunts, and various insignias for the U.S. Army, Navy, and Marines.
References: Rumsey #6781.003.
A colorful example, issued folding, with tiny splits at the fold junctions and a few short separations along the sheet edges. There is a light crease at bottom right along with a tiny edge tear that has been closed on verso with archival tape.