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RB-66C In Douglas Tulsa Facility
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RB-66C In Douglas Tulsa Facility
The revised U.S. Air Force version of the US Navy A-3D Skywarrior was named the Destroyer and designated...
Douglas A-20s Await Modification at Tulsa Facility
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Douglas A-20s Await Modification at Tulsa Facility
One of the first aircraft to be modified at Douglas Tulsa was the Douglas A-20 Havoc. The A-20s shown...
A-20 Havoc Production at Air Force Plant #3 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
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A-20 Havoc Production at Air Force Plant #3 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Air Force Plant #3 was enormous at nearly seven eighths of a mile long and three hundred and twenty feet...
P-70 Night Fighter Modification of the Douglas A-20
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P-70 Night Fighter Modification of the Douglas A-20
Some Douglas A-20 Havocs were converted into P-70 night fighters that could serve the USAF as long-range...
B-17F Flying Fortresses Await Modification at Tulsa, Oklahoma
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B-17F Flying Fortresses Await Modification at Tulsa, Oklahoma
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17s Modified as YB-40s at Douglas' Tulsa Plant with B-25s and A-24s
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B-17s Modified as YB-40s at Douglas' Tulsa Plant with B-25s and A-24s
Between 1942 and 1945, Douglas built 29,385 airplanes -- about 16 percent of all the U.S. airplanes produced...
Douglas-Tulsa's B-24 Mtichell Final Assembly Line
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Douglas-Tulsa's B-24 Mtichell Final Assembly Line
During WWII, the Douglas factory in Tulsa, Oklahoma, rolled out Dauntless, Invader and (Consolidated)...
A-24s Lined Up Outside Air Force Plant 3
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A-24s Lined Up Outside Air Force Plant 3
The SBD Dauntless was a two-place, low-wing Navy scout bomber, powered by a single Wright R1820, 1200-horsepower...
Mechanics Work on the Tail Gun and Nose Gun Turrets of Adjacent B-24s
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Mechanics Work on the Tail Gun and Nose Gun Turrets of Adjacent B-24s
During WWII, the Douglas factory in Tulsa, Oklahoma, rolled out Dauntless, Invader and (Consolidated)...
B-24 Liberator is Prepped for Painting at Douglas-Tulsa Plant
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B-24 Liberator is Prepped for Painting at Douglas-Tulsa Plant
A B-24 gets prepped for paint at Douglas-Tulsa. National insignia masks lie on the floor in front of...
Test Pilot John Carroll with Douglas Assembled B-24
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Test Pilot John Carroll with Douglas Assembled B-24
Douglas-Tulsa chief test pilot John Carroll stands in front of a B-24 Liberator, purportedly the first...
WASPs Stand with an A-24 on the Douglas-Tulsa Ramp
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WASPs Stand with an A-24 on the Douglas-Tulsa Ramp
WASPs Stand with an A-24 on the Douglas-Tulsa Ramp
A-26 Invader in Flight over Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma
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A-26 Invader in Flight over Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma
The Douglas A-26/B-26 bomber was the only American bomber to fly missions in three wars. After World...
Douglas Workers with a Banner Commemorating the Last B-24 to be Assembled in Tulsa
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Douglas Workers with a Banner Commemorating the Last B-24 to be Assembled in Tulsa
During WWII, the Douglas factory in Tulsa, Oklahoma, rolled out Dauntless, Invader and (Consolidated)...
Final B-24 Assembled at Douglas-Tulsa, the Tulsamerican
BI231143 (tasm138)
Final B-24 Assembled at Douglas-Tulsa, the Tulsamerican
Douglas-Tulsa workers dubbed the last B-24 assembled at the plant the Tulsamerican. Shown here are some...
Scroll Delivered with Last B-24 Assembled at Douglas-Tulsa, the Tulsamerican
BI231145 (tasm139)
Scroll Delivered with Last B-24 Assembled at Douglas-Tulsa, the Tulsamerican
Scroll Text: TO COMBAT CREW MEMBERS OF THIS LIBERATOR BOMBER! THIS WAR PLANE IS THE LAST OF HUNDREDS...
Night on the A-26 Line at Douglas-Tulsa
BI231147 (tasm141)
Night on the A-26 Line at Douglas-Tulsa
The Douglas A-26/B-26 bomber was the only American bomber to fly missions in three wars. After World...
A Boeing  B-17G Awaits Modification at the Douglas-Tulsa Plant
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A Boeing B-17G Awaits Modification at the Douglas-Tulsa Plant
The last version of the B-17 Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
The Final B-24 Liberator Modified at Douglas-Tulsa, the Tulsa Joe
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The Final B-24 Liberator Modified at Douglas-Tulsa, the Tulsa Joe
The last B-24 modified in Tulsa was named the Tulsa Joe after the Native American mascot of the Douglas-Tulsa...
Douglas-Tulsa Workers Hear the Announcement of Victory in Europe
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Douglas-Tulsa Workers Hear the Announcement of Victory in Europe
Douglas Tulsa workers are shown listening to a special announcement of the end of the war in Europe on...
Boeing B-47 Stratojets Await Modification at Douglas-Tulsa
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Boeing B-47 Stratojets Await Modification at Douglas-Tulsa
Although the Douglas-Tulsa plant was closed in 1946 after WWII, it was reopened to build Boeing B-47...
RB-66 and B-47 Production Lines at Douglas-Tulsa
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RB-66 and B-47 Production Lines at Douglas-Tulsa
While the B-47 program was ongoing, Douglas-Tulsa received the contract to build the RB-66 Destroyer....
RB-66 on the Douglas-Tulsa Ramp
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RB-66 on the Douglas-Tulsa Ramp
A RB-66 taxis down the flight ramp past a B-47 tucked into a temporary work hangar with its tail sticking...
YC-132 Mockup at Douglas-Tulsa
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YC-132 Mockup at Douglas-Tulsa
In the early 1950s, Douglas-Tulsa received a contract to design, engineer and manufacture the proposed...
Thor ICBMs Under Modification for Export
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Thor ICBMs Under Modification for Export
During the early 1950s missile development included the Douglas designed and built Thor intermediate-range...
Delta Launch Vehicle Second Stage
BI231165 (tasm176)
Delta Launch Vehicle Second Stage
When the Soviet Union launched Sputnik in 1957, the newly created NASA organization asked Douglas-Tulsa...
Delta Rocket Third Stage
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Delta Rocket Third Stage
When the Soviet Union launched Sputnik in 1957, the newly created NASA organization asked Douglas-Tulsa...
Saturn V Assembly Area at North American Rockwell's Tulsa Division
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Saturn V Assembly Area at North American Rockwell's Tulsa Division
Saturn V Assembly Area at North American Rockwell's Tulsa Division
North American Rockwell Tulsa Division, circa 1967
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North American Rockwell Tulsa Division, circa 1967
In March 1967, North American merged with Rockwell Standard Corporation, the world's largest producer...
Saturn Lunar Adapter (SLA) Module is Loaded for Transport on the Super Guppy
BI231173 (tasm186)
Saturn Lunar Adapter (SLA) Module is Loaded for Transport on the Super Guppy
During the early 1960s, Aero Space Lines ballooned the Stratocruiser's fuselage into a whale-like shape...
EC-135N Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft (A/RIA) Takes Off from Tulsa Airport
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EC-135N Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft (A/RIA) Takes Off from Tulsa Airport
In 1966 Douglas Tulsa was contracted to modify eight Boeing C-135 cargo planes into EC-135N aircraft....
Four EC-135Ns on the North American Rockwell Ramp at Tulsa
BI231177 (tasm189)
Four EC-135Ns on the North American Rockwell Ramp at Tulsa
Four ARIA, Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft, sit on the flight ramp at North American Rockwell in Tulsa....
EC-135N Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft (A/RIA) in Flight
BI231179 (tasm190)
EC-135N Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft (A/RIA) in Flight
This EC-135N has a large aerodynamic pod mounted on the side of the fuselage. Originally all of the...
Space Shuttle Lift Assembly
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Space Shuttle Lift Assembly
This fixture, built at Douglas-Tulsa, was used to lift the Space Shuttle Orbiter from the ground and...
B-52 on the Ramp at Douglas-Tulsa
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B-52 on the Ramp at Douglas-Tulsa
Douglas-Tulsa received a contract to modify 117 B-52 Stratofortresses. Shown here are a B-52 as well...
Argentinian A-4 Skyhawks on the Ramp at Douglas-Tulsa
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Argentinian A-4 Skyhawks on the Ramp at Douglas-Tulsa
Shown here are Argentinean A-4 Skyhawks that were modified at Douglas Tulsa in 1966.
JC-121K Warning Star, Early Warning Radar Surveillance Aircraft
BI231187 (tasm206)
JC-121K Warning Star, Early Warning Radar Surveillance Aircraft
Several Lockheed Super Constellations were modified into EC-121 early warning radar surveillance aircraft...
EC-121 Early Warning Radar Surveillance Aircraft
BI231189 (tasm207)
EC-121 Early Warning Radar Surveillance Aircraft
Several Lockheed Super Constellations were modified into EC-121 early warning radar surveillance aircraft...
F-15 Eagle Center Section Assembly
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F-15 Eagle Center Section Assembly
McDonnell Aircraft merged with Douglas Aircraft in 1967 creating McDonnell Douglas. The Tulsa division...
F-15 Fuel Tank Assembly
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F-15 Fuel Tank Assembly
In addition to the center section of the F-15, the first conformal fuel tanks for the F-15 were built...
C-17 Globemaster III at Tulsa Plant 3 with Modification Crew
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C-17 Globemaster III at Tulsa Plant 3 with Modification Crew
C-17 Globemaster III at Tulsa Plant 3 with Modification Crew
AV-8B Weapons Pylon, Built at McDonnel Douglas-Tulsa
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AV-8B Weapons Pylon, Built at McDonnel Douglas-Tulsa
The weapons pylon for the AV-8 Harrier vertical take off and landing (VTOL) aircraft were built at McDonnell...
AV-8B Harrier II Expendable Fuel Tank
BI231199 (tasm222)
AV-8B Harrier II Expendable Fuel Tank
In addition to the weapons pylons, McDonnell Douglas Tulsa built the expendable fuel tanks for the AV-8...
Spectators Examine the 727-100 on its 1963 US Tour, Tulsa, OK
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Spectators Examine the 727-100 on its 1963 US Tour, Tulsa, OK
The first 727 rolled out Nov. 27, 1962, bearing the same lemon-yellow and copper-brown color scheme as...
727-100 US Tour, Tulsa, OK
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727-100 US Tour, Tulsa, OK
The first 727 rolled out Nov. 27, 1962, bearing the same lemon-yellow and copper-brown color scheme as...
B-24G Liberator on Ground
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B-24G Liberator on Ground
During World War II, the McDonnell Douglas factory in Tulsa, Oklahoma, produced (Consolidated) B-24 Liberator...
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