February 1, 1943

Directory Section

Directory of Aviation Suppliers

Directory Section

Aviation Products and Services with List of Suppliers

Directory Section

Directory of Aircraft Manufacturers

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Directory Section

Directory of Aviation Suppliers

A.B.C. Products, Inc., 11952 Montana Ave., W. Los Angeles, Cal., Pres.—Betty Wilson AC Spark Plug Div., General Motors Corp., Flint, Mich., Pres. & Gen. Mgr.—George Mann, Jr.; Sales Mgr.— W. S. Isherwood A & F Aluminum Prods. Co., 3421 E. 22d St., Los Angeles, Cal., Pres.—R. M. Allan Abell-Howe Co., 53 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill., Pres.—M. 0. Haeger Abrams Instrument Co., Lansing, Mich., Pres.—Talbert Abrams; Gen. Mgr.—B. VanKirk Accurate Insulated Wire Co., New Haven, Conn., Pres. —J. T. Whalen Accurate Spring Mfg. Co., 3819 W. Lake St., Chicago, Ill.
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Directory Section

Aviation Products and Services with List of Suppliers

THIS DIRECTORY of aviation suppliers is in two parts: The first, beginning on this page, is a listing of companies in alphabetical order under specific headings of products made or services supplied. The second, beginning on page 311 is a straight alphabetical listing of companies without reference to products or services and including addresses and personnel.
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Directory Section

Directory of Aircraft Manufacturers

Abrams Air Craft Corp., Lansing, Mich., Pres.—Talbert Abrams; VP—W. S. Karr; Sec. & Treas.—F. G. Christensen; Supt. of Prod.—Edward A. Kunzl Aerunca Aircraft Corp., Municipal Airport, Middletown, O., Pres.—Carl Friedlander; VP—John Friedlander:
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The AVIATION NEWS

National Aviation

First step toward, international agreement on, and control of, world airlines after the war has been taken. Five government departments have formed a committee to formulate a policy which will guide the role which the United States is to play in the international air system.
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The American Doctrine of Air Power

OUP country has developed its own theories of war in the air. They have stood the test of battle, have revolutionized even the most modern concepts of waging war. This series of two articles describes this doctrine, tells when and where it was conceived, and credits the men responsible for it.

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AVIATION'S 1943 Yearbook

Aviation's American Aircraft Specifications

Manufacturer Aeronca Aircraft Corp. Beech Aircraft Corp. Bell Aircraft Corp. Bellanca Aircraft Corp. Boeing Aircraft Corp. Boeing Airplane Co. Brewster Aeronautical Corp. Call Aircraft Co. Cessna Aircraft Co. Commonwealth Aircraft, Inc.
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Aviation's Foreign Airplane Specifications

Manufacturer Armstrong-Whitworth Armstrong-Whitworth A. V. Roe & Co. Ltd. A. V. Roe & Co. Ltd. A. V. Roe & Co. Ltd. Blackburn Aircraft, Ltd. Blackburn Aircraft, Ltd. Blackburn Aircraft, Ltd. Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd. Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.
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Transportation in the Postwar Period

Much of our country's influence at the peace conference will depend on the strength of our air transport system. And in the final analysis, the size and scope of that system will be determined by the people.

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America at War

The Commander-in-Chief tells the world how America has given the United Nations full air superiority. New Aircraft Production Board set up to control and coordinate production. Latest reports on performance of our aircraft on the world's fighting fronts.
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MANUFACTURING SECTION

More Wings for Airacobras ... By Conveyor Production

Constant motion production lines—not mere assembly lines—enable unskilled women workers at Bell Aircraft Corp. to build complete wings in unprecedented numbers. Fixture design and layout cut production time

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