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First Shift Mail Clerks, 1942

As the storm of World War II shook the world, Boeing-designed B-17 bombers darkened European skies, dropping 640,036 bombs on designated targets. Described by General H. H. Hap Arnold as the backbone of our worldwide aerial offensive, the B-17 Flying Fortress served in every World War II combat zone. Boeing, Douglas, and Lockheed Vega produced 12,731 B-17s at plants across the country, and the four-engine bombers became legendary for their ability to stay in the air after taking brutal poundings.

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