North American Skyline 1942 07 (PDF)

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Vol. 3 No. 4
Cover: The Young woman in Clay Chapen’s Kodachrome is Mrs Sarah Jaycox, Dallas planes woman. The former dancer and dance teacher, shown inspecting a landing light door, began to build airplanes shortly after her husband joined the R. A. F. and began training for combat duty with the Eagle Squadron. ……. Articles Inside: … The Army’s Mechanics Are Tops – But they’re learning more about B-25’s ….. AT-6’s for All the Americas – NAA trainers serve the Latin Americas ….. Graceful, but Tough – That’s the Mustang, proved in action ….. Perpetual Motion – Dallas assembly lines move continuously ….. They’re Camera Artists – Work of NAA cameramen in the art galleries ….. War on Waste – The rule is, “Don’t waste a thing” ….. Bonds, Too, Are War Weapons – And NAA employees buy their share ….. Foreman Turns Author – Mike Weed writes article on arc welding ….. Employees’ Own Bank – That’s the Credit Union at the Inglewood plant ….. Magazine Articles Cover NAA – Recent stories about North American ….. The “Heart” of NAA – The welfare department, Jack of all trades ….. Beauty Tips for Planes women – Dallas women solve new beauty problems By Ticky Poynor ….. Army Helps Build B-25’s – The customer works, too, in aircraft plants ….. What’s in a Name? – Dallas employees bear famous names ….. Skyline Silhouettes – Faye O’Neal and George Peters ….. Eye Accidents Decrease – Report on safety at the Inglewood plant ….. The Camera Looks at North American – Photographs from all the plants ….. Newsman Writes of Mustangs – “The planes were only a blur” By William R. Downs ….. Report from Britain – A Scottish M.P. tells of his warring nation By Arthur Woodbury ….. You’re Out – Action shots of Softball at Inglewood