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AAHS Journal Vol 65, No 2
AAHS Journal, Vol 65, No 2
Summer 2020

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August 8, 1946

The Convair XB-36 prototype lumbers into the air for the first time. The a/c would enjoy a service life of just 11 years with 382 being built.

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