November 2, 1943

THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

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Aircraft Output Expected To Top All Records During October

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Seat Added to P-39 Used as Trainer

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

LABOR UTILIZATION QUESTIONED— There is a growing feeling in Congressional and other circles that the aircraft industry is wasting manpower. This despite statements of aircraft company heads and citation of mounting production with fewer workers in proportion.
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Aircraft Output Expected To Top All Records During October

Some estimates forecast figure will rise as high as 8,500, with principal gains in most needed types of aircraft.

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Seat Added to P-39 Used as Trainer

Airacobra revamped to meet need of Army for two-place fighter.
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Aerojet Corp. and Vega DPC Funds Raised

NLRB orders election at Bendix coast plant; WMC extends 48-hr, period to critical labor areas.
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WASPS Fly Targets For Anti-Aircraft

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Auto Plants Build 4 Billion in Planes

Industry reported producing over 11 million dollars worth daily.
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Navy Bares Secrets On Grumman Wildcat

Describes new fighter as one of world’s best military aircraft.
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Lockheed Steps Up Production of P-38’s

Curbs all other activities to speed output of Lightnings.
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Big Plane Slowed

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Airline Presidents Disagree on Outlook

Patterson, Monro warn against extravagant expectations; Trippe sees big future in foreign trade.
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