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LOCKHEED FACTORY IN CALIFORNIA
© Associated Press
This is a general view into the main assembly hall of the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation plant at Burbank, Calif., on November 24, 1939. It shows some of the 250 twin-engine Lockheed Hudson bombers being rushed to completion for the British Royal Air Force. Note the cut-outs at the tails and snouts of the aircraft, destined to be machine gun positions, and the open bomb bay on the plane in the foreground. (AP Photo)
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