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Two "Rosies" Rivet a Bulkhead at Douglas' Long Beach Facility during WWII
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Two "Rosies" Rivet a Bulkhead at Douglas' Long Beach Facility during WWII
The six plane factories of the Douglas Aircraft Company have been termed an industrial melting pot, since...
737-700 Rear Bulkhead Prior to Installation
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737-700 Rear Bulkhead Prior to Installation
737 Fuselages are manufactured in Wichita, KS and then shipped by rail to Boeing's Renton, WA factory...
XF8B-1 Prototype Awaits Engine Installation
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XF8B-1 Prototype Awaits Engine Installation
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
North American Aviation NA-33 on Shipping Crate
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North American Aviation NA-33 on Shipping Crate
The North American Aviation NA-16-2K (NA-33) was selected as the training and general purpose military...
Technicians Assemble Saturn V first Stage
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Technicians Assemble Saturn V first Stage
Boeing technicians work on the inside of the giant Saturn V rocket's first stage at NASA's Michoud Assembly...
B-17E Center Section in Jig
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B-17E Center Section in Jig
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
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B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
B-17E OTO Compartment Floor Frames
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B-17E OTO Compartment Floor Frames
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
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B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
Man and Woman Bucking Rivets
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Man and Woman Bucking Rivets
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
B-17 Flying Fortress Assembly
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B-17 Flying Fortress Assembly
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
Team Installs a B-17 Flying Fortress Bomb Bay Catwalk
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Team Installs a B-17 Flying Fortress Bomb Bay Catwalk
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
Woman Drilling a B-17 Flying Fortress During Assembly
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Woman Drilling a B-17 Flying Fortress During Assembly
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
Rivet Bucking, B-17 Flying Fortress Bulkhead
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Rivet Bucking, B-17 Flying Fortress Bulkhead
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
B-29 Superfortress Assembly
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B-29 Superfortress Assembly
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
YC-97 Stratofreighter Manufacturing
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YC-97 Stratofreighter Manufacturing
The C-97 Stratofreighter (Model 367) was the high-flying cargo and transport plane that evolved from...
B-29 Superfortress Forward Section Manufacturing
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B-29 Superfortress Forward Section Manufacturing
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress, the most technologically advanced airplane produced during World War II,...
B-29 Superfortress Forward Section Manufacturing
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B-29 Superfortress Forward Section Manufacturing
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress, the most technologically advanced airplane produced during World War II,...
Men Inside B-29 Superfortress Bomb Bay
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Men Inside B-29 Superfortress Bomb Bay
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress, the most technologically advanced airplane produced during World War II,...
707 Construction , Wiring Installation
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707 Construction , Wiring Installation
The Model 707 was the first in the long line of Boeing commercial jet airliners. Its wingspan was 130...
707 Tooling Dock
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707 Tooling Dock
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing ''Dash 80'' prototype...
Saturn S-IVB Stage Move
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Saturn S-IVB Stage Move
Saturn S-IVB Stage Move
Early Orbital Space Station Design
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Early Orbital Space Station Design
Early Orbital Space Station Design
DC-6 Fuselages
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DC-6 Fuselages
Douglas DC-6 (1946-1958): Nearly identical to the DC-4 in appearance, the DC-6 was first conceived as...
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