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San Diego International Airport - Accidents and Incidents
... On June 2, 1942, the first British Consolidated LB-30 Liberator II, AL503, on its acceptance flight for delivery from the Consolidated Aircraft Company plant at San Diego, California ... On May 10, 1943, the first Consolidated XB-32 Dominator, 41-141, crashed on take-off at Lindbergh Field, probably from flap failure ... the bomber did not burn when it piled up at end of runway, Consolidated's senior test pilot Dick McMakin was killed ...
Consolidated Vultee XP-81
... The Consolidated Vultee XP-81 was a development of the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation to build a single seat, long range escort fighter that combined use of both a turbojet and ...
Allentown Queen City Municipal Airport - History
... Vultee Aircraft and Consolidated Aircraft announced that Consolidated Vultee (later known as Convair) would lease Mack Truck's Plant 5C for production of the Consolidated Vultee TBY-2 Sea ... In addition to 5C, Consolidated Vultee would build an office building, a hangar, an airport and a highway linking 5C with the new airport complex ... Consolidated Vultee became Allentown's second largest industry, handling over $100,000,000 in war contracts ...
Convair XF-92 - Design and Development
... Prior to August 1945, the Vultee Division of Consolidated-Vultee looked at the possibility of an swept-wing aircraft powered by a ducted rocket ... companies responded, among which was Consolidated-Vultee, which submitted its design on 13 October 1945 ... In May 1946 Convair (then still Consolidated Vultee) won with their proposal for a ramjet-powered aircraft with a 45° swept wing under USAAF Air Materiel Command Secret Project MX-813 ...

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