Description: Suzette VanDaell's Aerial Dead Reckoning Computer, type E-6B, as used by the U. S. Army Air Forces, and manufactured by Cruver Manufacturing Co. in Chicago, Illinois. The item comes in a box, discolored with age, that's covered in various bits of tape on the front and back. There are faded pencil markings on the front and back of Suzette VanDaell's name and other letters. In the middle is a box detailing the serial number and information of the computer. The device slides out with a middle piece of cardboard that's fraying on the sides and has tape on it as well. Inside is a brown leather pouch that is worn on the outside with use. The device is a white piece of plastic with green lines and numbers from 30-300 on one side and 90-400 on the other. There is a large circular metal device that moves along the plastic.
Creator: Cruver Manufacturing Co.
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum