Screwball Airplane Factories

Inspection and rework at Douglas Aircraft in Long Beach, October 1942.

Hurd Barrett, who worked at several different jobs in three aircraft factories for seven years, drew two conclusions from his experience: Americans built the world’s finest airplanes, and the manner of their building was “strictly screwball.”

Maury Klein
A Call to Arms: Mobilizing America in World War II

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