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Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - U.S. Aircraft Corp. Redwood City, California

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - U.S. Aircraft Corp. Redwood City, California

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - U.S. Aircraft Corp. Redwood City, California

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - U.S. Aircraft Corp. Redwood City, California

Drilling on a Liberator Bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Workers on the Liberator Bombers, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., [Fort Worth, Texas]

Transport plane takes off on test flight, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Riveter at work on Consolidated bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Mary Louise Stepan, 21, used to be a waitress. She has a brother in the air corps. She is working on transport parts in the hand mill, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Assembling Liberator Bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Beulah Faith, 20, used to be sales clerk in department store, reaming tools for transport on lathe machine, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Frances Eggleston, aged 23, came from Oklahoma, used to do office work. Removing paper from pilot's window(?), Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Working inside fuselage of a Liberator Bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Production of B-24 bombers and C-87 transports, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas. Cabbie Coleman, former housewife, works at western aircraft plant. Installing of oxygen racks above the flight deck

Helen Bray, who left school to become a mechanic at a western aircraft plant, is making an emplanage section on a new Consolidated transport, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas. This new ship, adapted from the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, carries one of the greatest human and cargo loads of any plane now in mass production

Riveters at work on fuselage of Liberator Bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Consolidated transport planes being loaded, Consolidated Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, Texas

Working on wing of Consolidated Liberator Bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp. plant, Fort Worth, Texas

Metal tubing at the Consolidated Aircraft Corp. plant, Fort Worth, Texas

Technicians at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility put the finishing touches on the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft before its rollout ceremony

Technicians at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility put the finishing touches on the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft before its rollout ceremony

The first C-5B Galaxy aircraft is towed out of a hangar during its rollout ceremony at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Visitors inspect the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft during its rollout ceremony at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Distinguished guests pay respects to the flag during the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft. Standing, left to right, are: Senator Mack Mattingly, Republican-Georgia; General Thomas M. Ryan Jr., commander in chief, Military Airlift Command; Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr; Roy Anderson, chairman, Lockheed Aircraft Corp.; Georgia Governor Joe Frank Harris, Senator Sam Nunn, Democrat-Georgia; and General Lawrence Skantze, commander, Air Force Systems Command

Distinguished guests honor the flag during the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. From left to right are: General Thomas Ryan Jr., commander in chief, Military Airlift Command; Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr; Senator Mack Mattingly, Republican-Georgia; and Georgia Governor Joe Frank Harris

Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr addresses guests at the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The ceremony is being held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr talks with reporters during the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The ceremony is being held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

General (GEN) Thomas Ryan Jr., commander in chief, Military Airlift Command, addresses guests at the rollout ceremony of the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The ceremony is being held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Visitors inspect the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft during its rollout ceremony held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Technicians at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility put the finishing touches on the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft before its rollout ceremony

Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr addresses guests at the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Technicians at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility tow the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft out of a hangar during its rollout ceremony

Visitors inspect the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft during its rollout ceremony held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr, General Thomas M. Ryan Jr., commander in chief, Military Airlift Command; Lockheed Aircraft Corp. Chairman Roy Anderson and other VIPs attend the rollout ceremony for the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft. The ceremony is being held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

Visitors inspect the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft during its rollout ceremony held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

General (GEN) Thomas Ryan Jr., commander in chief, Military Airlift Command, addresses guests at the rollout ceremony of the first C-5B Galaxy aircraft held at the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. facility

After the final operational flight of an SR-71 high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, visiting dignitaries gather around the crew for a photograph. Present are, from left to right: an unidentified representative of Lockheed Aircraft Corp., GEN John T. Chain, LTC Thomas E. Bergam, LTC William R. Dyckman, COL James S. Savarda, LGEN Richard A. Burpee, BGEN Kenneth F. Keller and LTC Smith

Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, left, co-chairman of the Monopoly Investigating Comm., & Donald Brown, Pres. of the United Aircraft Corp., & Frederick B. Rentachler, Chairman of the Board