The Obscure Adventures of Comics' Greatest Generation!
Answer: BUCKSKIN, terror of all saboteurs and traitors!
Secretly a mild-mannered high school principal named Robert Blake (no, not the guy from Baretta), Buckskin defended the United States homefront in the pages of Super-Mystery Comics, published by Ace Magazines.
In the July 1942 issue, a Nazi operative named the Black Buzzard plots to crash an airplane into a "giant munitions plant"! Ahh...but how would he get past the diligent anti-aircraft squadron guarding the plant?
Why, with poisoned coffee, of course!
This looks like a job for BUCKSKIN and his trusty pet eagle TALON!
As Buckskin gives the saboteurs a thorough thrashing, the escaping Black Buzzard guns him down! Like all fictional animal companions, Talon follows Buckskin's complex instructions and flies to warn their Liberty Club pals!
Buckskin soon awakens from "insensibility", heroically drags himself to the nearby airfield, and takes to the skies to stop the Black Buzzard. When he and his remarkably fast-flying eagle catch up to the Nazi fiend, Talon loops a rope around his tail fin(!)...allowing Buckskin to climb onto the moving airplane (despite a bullet in his shoulder and heavy blood loss)!
With his costume fringes flapping madly in the wind, Buckskin finally makes it into the cockpit, knocks the plane into a death dive, then escapes at the last possible second into a convenient pond!
With yet another Nazi threat foiled, what better way for Principal Blake to celebrate than to be casually humiliated by a young Buckskin fan?