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A female Vultee Aircraft Corporation employee working on the horizontal stabilizer for a Vengeance dive bomber, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943African-American woman working on a part of an A-31 Vengeance dive bomber at Vultee-Nashville plant, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943
A female Vultee Aircraft Corporation employee working on the horizontal stabilizer for a Vengeance dive bomber, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943African-American woman working on a part of an A-31 Vengeance dive bomber at Vultee-Nashville plant, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943
Female employee of Vultee working in the wheel well of a Vengeance dive bomber, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943Two female employees of Vultee inspecting tubing that would later be used in Vengeance dive bombers, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943
Female employee of Vultee working in the wheel well of a Vengeance dive bomber, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943Two female employees of Vultee inspecting tubing that would later be used in Vengeance dive bombers, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Feb 1943
A Vultee A-35 Vengeance dive bomber in flight, Feb-Jun 1943.  This aircraft has undergone the target tug conversion that removed all armamentAustralian A-31 Vengeance flying near Merauke, New Guinea, 23 Dec 1943
A Vultee A-35 Vengeance dive bomber in flight, Feb-Jun 1943. This aircraft has undergone the target tug conversion that removed all armamentAustralian A-31 Vengeance flying near Merauke, New Guinea, 23 Dec 1943
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