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"Barling" NBL-1 Bomber. (10955 A.S.)
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Douglas XB-19 (taken March 18, 1941).
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Close-ordered as infantrymen, these Republic P-47s stand on the deck of a small aircraft carrier to be taken to a theater of operation. The Atlantic Overseas Air Service Command, the AAF's greatest shipping outlet, is keeping the warehouses empty.
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North American P-51s are loaded onto the deck of British aircraft carrier for delivery to other American ports in the European Theater of Operations (ETO). Liverpool, England, 1 February 1944.
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Vultee Aircraft Co, Inc., Downey, California, Vultee "Vengeance" assembly line.
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Douglas Aircraft Co. Inc., Santa Monica, California, Douglas B-18A airplane under construction.
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General view of assembly line in Martin bomber plant.
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A U.S. 8th AAF Fighter Station - "Careful, boys," cautions 1st Lt. Herbert K. Fields, pilot of a P-47 Thunderbolt, "thats the first bomb ever to be loaded under an American fighter plane flying from England." Sgt Carl E. Trabin, Philadelphia, Pa., Cpl. Loren Toycer, Colfax, Wisc., and Sgt William Woods, Baltimore, MD., are making doubly sure that the little surprise for Hitler is properly racked.
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Mobile repair units for crashed aircraft, like medical units for injured personnel, follow their planes and make emergency repairs. The 8th Air Service Command maintains units which travel wherever disabled planes have landed. This plane's four engines and ball turret were damaged in an emergency landing, but the bomber was able to take off from a make-shift runway after the mobile unit had completed the repair job.
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1st Lt H. A. Blood Examines Ammunition
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(Downey, CA) Their propellers almost touching the next ship's rudder, basic trainer planes flow tail first down the final assembly line - the fastest in the world - in Consolidated Vultee Aircraft's plant here. Eleven nearly completed planes, just part of one day's production, can be counted on this portion of the long powered conveyor line in the factory that is the Army's and Navy's major source of basic trainers and holds the reputation of being the most efficient in the aircraft industry.
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Looking east toward great door at end of main assembly lines, Boeing B-29s.
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Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc., Santa Monica, CA. Douglas B-18 aircraft being constructed.
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Two maintenance crew-members of the 401st Bomb Group are busy trying to unmire the wheels of a B-17 after one of the planes landed off the runway when returning from a raid over Bremen, Germany on 26 November 1943.
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Douglas A-20A - Wright R-2600-3 Engines. (19920 A.C.)
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Oran, Algeria - Unloading motor froms transport at La Senia Field - June 1943.
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