<VV> B-24's no corvair

Brent Fullard brent.fullard at rogers.com
Tue Nov 23 15:18:53 EST 2010

Well, given that Ford was cranking out one B24 every hour and that each B24
has four engines,. I guess Pratt and Whitney and its licensed suppliers
would have to crank out at least 1 engine every 15 minutes!

On 11/23/10 1:33 PM, "Michael Kovacs" <kovacsmj at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> another intersting fact: Pratt and Whitney and its licensed suppliers were
> cranking out at least 1 engine every 15 minuets for the B-24's
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> My father-in-law was a flight engineer on 24's based at Hickam field in
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