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AIR-2A Genie nuclear air-to-air rocket on an MF-9 Transport Trailer at Hill Aerospace Museum
AIR-2A Genie nuclear air-to-air rocket on an MF-9 Transport Trailer at Hill Aerospace Museum
A Convair F-106 of the California Air National Guard fires an inert version of the Genie
A Convair F-106 of the California Air National Guard fires an inert version of the Genie
Plumbbob John nuclear test, the only live test ever of a Genie rocket, on 19 July 1957. Fired from a US Air Force F-89J over Yucca Flats, Nevada Test
Plumbbob John nuclear test, the only live test ever of a Genie rocket, on 19 July 1957. Fired from a US Air Force F-89J over Yucca Flats, Nevada Test Site at an altitude of ~15,000 ft (4.5 km).
An F-89 Scorpion firing the live Genie used in the Plumbbob John test
An F-89 Scorpion firing the live Genie used in the Plumbbob John test
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Female machine tool operator at the Douglas Aircraft plant, Long Beach, California in World War II. After losing thousands of male workers to military
Female machine tool operator at the Douglas Aircraft plant, Long Beach, California in World War II. After losing thousands of male workers to military service, American manufacturers hired women for production positions, to the point where the typical aircraft plant's workforce was 40% female.
Women at work on bomber, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California, in October 1942
Women at work on bomber, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California, in October 1942
Stockroom at the Long Beach plant, c. 1942
Stockroom at the Long Beach plant, c. 1942
A retired US Air Force C-47A Skytrain, the military version of the DC-3, on display in England in 2010. This aircraft flew from a base in Devon, Engla
A retired US Air Force C-47A Skytrain, the military version of the DC-3, on display in England in 2010. This aircraft flew from a base in Devon, England, during the Invasion of Normandy.