January 1, 1942

AVIATION MANUFACTURING

Building the B-24

NEW PRODUCTS

New Equipment

AVIATION MANUFACTURING

Aircraft Hydraulic Pumps

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AVIATION MANUFACTURING

Building the B-24

The war may be won with heavy bombers. Both the U. S. and Britain are counting heavily on the long-range Consolidated B-24's. Here is Major Fleet's own story of the building of this famous airplane.

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NEW PRODUCTS

New Equipment

Oster Turret Lathe Designed with hand feed to cross slide, a new turret lathe, made by Oster Mfg. Co., 2036 E. 61st St., Cleveland, Ohio, is furnished with six position turret having six 1½ in. diameter tapped holes in each turret face for mounting various sizes of tool holders.
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AVIATION MANUFACTURING

Aircraft Hydraulic Pumps

The third article in a series on aircraft hydraulic mechanisms.

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French Lesson

A Study of the Industrial Demoralization that Led to the Fall of France.

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CIVILIAN FLYING

Ready for Defense

Airport clubs can be "ready" rooms for Civil Air Patrols

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AIR TRANSPORT

Lighting at the Washington National Airport

NEARLY a year of practical service testing of the Washington National Airport and its complex lighting and control system has fully justified the careful planning of all the engineers and officials of the CAA and private concerns who contributed to its design and equipment.

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AVIATION’S WAR COMMUNIQUE NO. 1

America at War

U. S.-Jap Naval-Air Forces Battle Long-Range. Will Fight Mostly From Aircraft Carriers
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Aviation in Brazil Shows Active Progress

After spending three months in Brazil, Alice Hager discovers new activities on all aviation fronts. This is the first of two articles.

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FLYING EQUIPMENT

Vought-Sikorsky Flying Boat

In a world at war, launching of American Export Airlines' passenger boat strikes a hopeful note for future of air transport. First complete story of the new Vought-Sikorsky flying boat VS-44-A

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MAINTENANCE

Chicago and Southern's Base

Ingenious methods and equipment used at new Memphis overhaul shops.
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