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1942 NOSE JOB

Female workers at the Douglas Aircraft factory in Long Beach, California apply the finishing touches to rows of transparent aircraft noses. These acrylic glass constructions are destined for the company’s A-20J attack bombers and will provide excellent panoramic vision for the additional bombardier that this particular aircraft carries. Douglas Aircraft will manufacture in the region of 450 such planes, 169 of which have been commissioned by the RAF, who subsequently renames this model Boston Mark IV.

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