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$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.
[16 Year Old Curtis Atteberry]
Image of 16 year old Curtis Atteberry working with metallic materials.
[16 Year Old Teenagers]
Image of four male teenagers working together. Left to right is: Clois Duffee, Robert Lee Smith, Paul Fanning, and Robert Couch.
[16 Year Olds]
Image of three male sixteen year old teenagers working together wearing protective glasses and holding power tools. Left to right is: Jack Dalby, Paul Haddix, and Billy Simonds.
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.
40 PBYs on Lake Worth
Aerial photograph of forty airplanes floating on Lake Worth. According to Jeff Rhodes: "On 22 November 1940, Consolidated Aircraft Chief Test Pilot Bill Wheatley contacted newspaper publisher and Fort Worth, Texas, civic booster Amon G. Carter, explaining the company had been ordered to transfer 200 PBY Catalina patrol seaplanes (37 of the aircraft can be seen in this photo) from San Diego, California, to Britain and that the crews were in immediate need of a layover point. In just eight days, Carter, with the help of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, arranged for fuel, food, lodging for the flight crews, and moorings for the aircraft in Lake Worth. To keep the mission secret, the public was told the planes were in Fort Worth to weather out a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. The quick response from Carter and the Chamber of Commerce later helped convince Consolidated Aircraft to build a manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, which is still in operation and today is home to a completely different breed of Cat-- the F-35."
220-yard dash at the 1944 Fat Stock Show
Photograph of the runners making their start in the 220-yard dash at the 1944 Fat Stock Show track and field meet. The man on the far right is Curly Whitaker, who entered for Convair.
3500-Horsepower Pratt and Whitney Engines on B-36
Photograph of (left to right) Sgt. L. R. Ankrum, Sgt. C. E. Cooey, Sgt. G. L. Speck, and R. F. Purkey standing beside a Pratt and Whitney engine for a B-36.
[Administration Building]
Image of an administration building and the street that runs along the side of the building.
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.
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.
Aerial View of Convair
Aerial photograph of Convair (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation) in April 1953. Airplanes, runways, and the plant are seen below.
Aerial View of Convair
Aerial photograph of Convair (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation) in April 1953.
Aerial View of Flood in Fort Worth in 1949
Aerial photograph of flood waters in Fort Worth on May 17, 1949. The Montgomery Wards building is seen on the upper right. Many roads and buildings are under water.
Aerial view of Liberator Village
Photograph of Liberator Village from the air. Many houses are seen lining the streets in this housing tract.
Aerial View of the Convair Administration Building
Aerial view of a large building with the words, "CONVAIR, Fort Worth" across the front side of it. In front of the building is a large parking lot filled with automobiles, a flagpole, grass and trees. Behind the building are two water towers.
Aeronautics Star, December 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, February 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, February 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, January 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, March/April 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, May 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 3, Number 10, November/December 2002
Monthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 4 , Number 1, January/February 2003
Monthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 4, Number 2, March/April 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 4, Number 3, May/June 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 4, Number 4, July/August 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 4, Number 5, September/October 2003
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 5, Number 1, January/February 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 5, Number 2, March/April 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 5, Number 4, September/October 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 5, Number 5, November/December 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 6, Number 1, January/February 2005
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 6, Number 2, April/May 2005
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 6, Number 3, July/August 2004
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 6, Number 3, June/July 2005
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 6, Number 4, August/September 2005
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
Aeronautics Star, Volume 6, Number 5, November/December 2005
Bimonthly newsletter published for employees of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. containing work-related information, updates about employees, and other news.
[AF Flight-Test Crew]
Four Air Force flight-test crew members standing near an airplane. Standing Left to Right: Captain C.R. Keogh, Captain R.C. Van Hellen, Captain, J.W. Brown, Captain C.W. Boyd
Air Force Acceptance of XC-99
Photograph of an XC-99 airplane on a large tarmac with several men in white shirts below it.
[Air force Flight Crew in Pressure Suits]
An Air Force flight crew wearing pressure suits stands on a ladder next to a Convair airplane B-58 #2.
[Aircraft Assembly Line]
Image of several planes being constructed by workers in a large warehouse.
[Aircraft Assembly Line]
Image of an assembly line of employees working on the construction of an aircraft. The view is an overhead shot of the mating buck.
[Aircraft Assembly Line]
Image of a double assembly line for camouflaged planes. The photograph was taken inside of a large warehouse where several planes are positioned tightly next to each other.
[Aircraft Assembly Line]
Image of a double assembly line for camouflaged planes. The photograph was taken inside of a large warehouse where several planes are positioned tightly next to each other.
[Aircraft Assembly Line]
Image of an aircraft assembly line. The photograph was taken inside of a large warehouse where several planes are positioned tightly next to each other. The modification line can be seen on the far left hand side of the photograph.
[Aircraft During Assembly]
Image of a B-24 Liberator being lowered by an overhead crane into position on the assembly line. There are several other planes being assembled in the background.
[Aircraft for the County of Tarrant and Aircraft for the City of Fort Worth]
Image of two planes for the County of Tarrant and City of Fort Worth.
[Aircraft Modification Line]
Image of an aircraft modification line. The photograph was taken inside of a large warehouse where several planes are positioned tightly next to each other.
[Airplane #31 Entering the "Hustle Up" Program]
Three men and a pilot stand next to a plane about to enter the "Hustle Up" Program.