AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES
Sixty Planes a Day
WITH the hour of destiny for aviation at hand, an immense expansion program for National Defense has been launched by Curtiss-Wright. Aimed at attaining new high-production objectives at the earliest moment, the project will raise the corporation’s output to over 60 Curtiss military planes —ranging from pursuit, dive bomber, observation and training types to huge twin-engined transport cargo planes, daily and 2,000 Wright Cyclone engines monthly, together with large numbers of propellers during each 24-hr. period.
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