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C-18 plane in flight
Aerial view of a C-87 in flight. It has 4 propellers and a star on the side and the right wing.
Aerial View of Carswell Air Force Base
Aerial view of Carswell Air Force base in Fort Worth, Texas. The runways form an asterisk pattern when seen from above. A plane is either taking off or landing on the runway in the center of the photo.
C-87 plane in flight
Aerial photograph from above a C-87 aircraft. The plane had 4 propellers.
Looking down on a B-32
Photograph of a B-32 from above. It is a large military plane with 4 propellers. There is a fleet of smaller planes behind the B-32.
B-36D No. 93 in flight
Photograph of the Convair B-36 in flight. Also known as the Peacemaker, this plane was a strategic bomber built by Convair for the US Air Force. The B-36 had the biggest wingspan of any bomber ever built.
B-32 military plane
Photograph of a B-32 on the tarmac near a large building under construction, possibly a hangar. The B-32 is a large plane with 4 propellers.
Convair YB-60 in flight
The YB-60 in flight. This aircraft was an experimental bomber prototype for the United States Air Force.
RB-57F, Four-engine Jet
Photograph of an RB-57F in flight in August 1965. This aircraft is a four engine jet; it is a light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.
C-87 in flight over Possum Kingdom
Aerial photograph of a C-87 in flight over Possum Kingdom. The plane has 4 propellers on it.
Aerial view of C.V.A.C. and Tarrant Field
Aerial view of C.V.A.C. (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation) and Tarrant Field. Runways criss-cross below and a fleet of planes are lined up to the lower left of the photo.
RB-36 Bomber
Photograph of the Convair B-36 in flight. Also known as the Peacemaker, this plane was a strategic bomber built by Convair for the US Air Force. The B-36 had the biggest wingspan of any bomber ever built.
Aerial View of Convair
Aerial photograph of Convair (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation) in April 1953.
Aerial view of Liberator Village
Photograph of Liberator Village from the air. Many houses are seen lining the streets in this housing tract.
B-32 military plane
Photograph of a B-32 on the tarmac near a large building under construction, possibly a hangar. The B-32 is a large plane with 4 propellers.
Congressman George Bush Visits GD/FW
Photograph of Congressman George Bush, in a light suit with a blue tie, standing next to a a shorter man wearing a blue suit and tie. In the background is a step ladder, cables and a switchboard.
Aerial View of Convair
Aerial photograph of Convair (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation) in April 1953. Airplanes, runways, and the plant are seen below.
F-16 Press Announcement
Photograph of two men in suits, neckties and glasses. In front of one man are several microphones, a podium and a person holding a model airplane. On the left side of the frame is a bearded photographer, and in the background is an American Flag and a curtain. On the podium are the words, "General Dynamics, Fort Worth Division".
P. Ostricher of Flt. Dept. Handling Sweep Wing Lever on F-111
Photograph of P. Ostricher dressed in a flight uniform, helmet and mask, holding two levers in a small cockpit. There is clipboard with paper on his lap.
B-36D No. 93 in flight
Photograph of the Convair B-36 in flight. Also known as the Peacemaker, this plane was a strategic bomber built by Convair for the US Air Force. The B-36 had the biggest wingspan of any bomber ever built.
Convair YB-60, third flight
Photograph of the YB-60 on its third flight. This aircraft was an experimental bomber prototype for the United States Air Force.
Helen Hayes and George Newman Observing Wing Tip
A man in a dark suit with a white collar and necktie gestures towards a wrapped airplane wing tip behind a woman dressed in a pinstripe suit with tights, heels, a hat and corsage. A purse hangs from her arm. On the ceiling are fluorescent lights.
Convair Girls on Ice
Photograph of the Convair Girls on ice: Ernestine Owens, Elsie Yowmans, Mary Dallas, Doris Bargsley, Kay Boykin, and Polly Crosby. They are sitting on a low wall wearing their ice skates.
[Red Cross War Fund Check]
Image of a $112,000.00 check given to the Red Cross War Fund by Convair and the Convair employees themselves.
[Military Personnel Talking with Two Female Employees]
Image of three male military officials conversing with two female employees. Left to right are: Major Carlos da Costa Marcedo, Colonel Francisco Graviero Lopes, Lieutenant Rogerio Oliveira Seixas, Oneta Seeds, and Beulah Meadows.
U.S. Air Force Military Airplane
Photograph of a military airplane in flight. Painted across the side of the plane is a star logo and the words, "U.S. Air Force".
F-111A #5 In Flight
Photograph of a F-111A #5 military airplane in flight. Painted across the side of it is a star logo and the words, "U.S. Air Force".
F-111A #5 In Flight
Photograph of a F-111A #5 military airplane in flight. Painted across the side of it is a star logo and the words, "U.S. Air Force".
[B-36 on Flight Line]
Flight line of Convair B-36 airplanes.
$1,000 War Bond Winners
Photograph of a man pointing to the name of the $1,000 War Bond Winner listed on the "Work-to-Win" chart.
40 airplanes on Lake Worth to Escape Gulf Storm
Aerial photograph of forty aiplanes floating on Lake Worth, possibly PBYs. In the bottom part of the photograph is land with roads and buildings. There are small islands in the lake.
View of Frankie Masters' Orchestra and crowd from first floor
Photograph of a large crowd at Lockheed Martin warehouse gathered to see the Frankie Masters' Orchestra on May 4, 1945. The stage is in the center flanked by two large American flags.
Outdoor lunchtime picture
Photograph of women employees having lunch outdoors on April 26, 1945. The women are sitting and lying on the grass near some trees on a sunny day.
Frankie Masters' Orchestra, playing "ball" on stage
Photograph of Frankie Masters and his orchestra clowning around on stage. They are pretending to play baseball at a concert on May 4, 1945 at Lockheed Martin.
Plane Talk Series of Cassie Giles, Swing Shift River Girl
Photograph of Cassie Giles, in high-wasted pants, riding a saddled horse on a dirt road. In the background are bushes, a fence and trees.
F-111 Flight Control Room
Photograph of eight men in a flight control room. Seven of the men, one in a suit and the others in shirts and ties, are hunched a large control panel in the center of the room. On the panel are buttons, sheets of paper, and gauges. The men are seated on stools. In the background is a glass-paneled room, a door and a clock on the wall.
Vice-President H. Humphrey Visits Carswell AFB
Photograph of Vice-President H. Humphrey visiting Carswell Air Force Base. There are nine men walking next to a military airplane, wearing suits and neckties and one man in a military uniform and hat. In the right side of the frame are aircraft stairs.
F-111 Flight Control Room
Photograph of eight men in a flight control room. Seven of the men, one in a suit and the others in shirts and ties, are hunched a large control panel in the center of the room. On the panel are buttons, sheets of paper, and gauges. The men are seated on stools. In the background is a glass-paneled room, a door and a clock on the wall.
F-111 A/P#1 Rollout
Photograph of an F-111 A/P#1 Rollout Ceremony. In the foreground is the military airplane with the letters, "USAF" painted on top of the right wing. In the background is a large crowd seated on bleachers, standing on aircraft stairs and atop a podium with flags and red, white, and blue banners. In the background is a bus.
Vice-President H. Humphrey Visits Carswell AFB
Photograph of Vice-President H. Humphrey kneeling with four other men and a boy beneath an airplane. The men are wearing suits and neckties. Mr. Humphrey is wearing a wedding ring and holding sunglasses. In the background are old cars and more men in suits.
F-102 Arrival at Convair Ft. Worth
Photograph of a F-102 military aircraft sitting on a tarmac with a man beneath the wing and many airplane stairs behind it. Across the aircraft is painted, "FC-375".
Workers erect "Bond Drive" sign
Photograph of men erecting a large sign for the Bond Drive at Convair in June 1953. The men are (L-R): Hallie Self, R.L. Smith, D.L. Nowlin, and N.M. Barger.
Workers erect "Bond Drive" sign
Photograph of men erecting a large sign for the Bond Drive at Convair in June 1953. The men are (L-R): Hallie Self, R.L. Smith, D.L. Nowlin, and N.M. Barger.
B-58 #59 with Multiple Weapons
Photograph of a B-58 military airplane with the words, "U.S. Air Force" painted across the side of it. It is sitting on a tarmac with several weapons and three workers next to it.
A B-58 Sitting on the Runway
Photograph of B-58 military airplane sitting on a tarmac.
B-58 #59 with Multiple Weapons
Photograph of a B-58 military airplane with the words, "U.S. Air Force" painted across the side of it. It is sitting on a tarmac with several weapons and three workers next to it.
B-58 in Flight, April 1961
Photograph of a B-58 military airplane in flight.
B-58 Flight Crew
The flight crew of one of the Convair B-58 airplanes walks from their plane after a flight. Pilots Left to Right: A.S Witchell, G.C. Tate, and C.T. Jones]
B-58 Flight Crew
The flight crew of one of the Convair B-58 airplanes takes down notes after a flight. Pilots Left to Right: A.S Witchell, G.C. Tate, and C.T. Jones]
Men working on a B-36 jet engine
Photograph of three men working on a B-36 jet engine. They are (L-R) B.S. Price, D.J. Taylor, and E.S. St. Clair.
CVAC Employees in Stock Show Parade 1951
Photograph of the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show parade in January 1951. The CVAC employees are on horseback.