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World War II Era Military

Planes of all types being reconditioned.
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Women working on an airplane engine at Tinker Field.
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Women shown in picture are typical mechanic learners working on the "line" at Tinker.
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Mechanic helper at Tinker as she finishes a job on the ball turret of a B-17.
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Swank and thoroughly capable P-51. Hailed by many pilots as the hottest thing in the air.
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All-girl crew at Tinker Field shown removing fairing and hose connection on a B-25.
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Tinker Field motor pool trucks.
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Skilled workers doing their part at Tinker.
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Depot workers as they load crated plane parts into the maw of the Army C-46 which landed at Tinker to take a rush order.
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Two huge hangers at the Air Service command's model depot.
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Officer in charge of the motor pool making a final check and giving routine instructions to civilian drivers.
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Two workers inspecting an engine being tested in one of the 12 cells of the Tinker test building.
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Air Service Command employees repairing the wings of an A-20.
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Army sergeant as he conducts a class in aeronautics for new traineer at Tinker Field
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Trainees of the Third Airways Communications Squadron.
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Worker standing on a fast trainer plane at the Oklahoma City Air Depot and steaming the engine.
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Women driving unusual type of vehicle at the Oklahoma City Air Depot.
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All girl engine repair crew.
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