Army & Navy: Engineering Note

From Henry Ford's Willow Run plant, where he has been doing engineering research, Charles Augustus Lindbergh moved on a part-time basis last week to Hartford, Conn. He wants to do his high-altitude work closer to the industrial parent of the 2,000-h.p. engines Ford is manufacturing to power bombers and fighters. As an engineer for United Aircraft Corp., Pilot Lindbergh is back at the job he likes best —improving aircraft engines. As he has done for Ford, he will continue to go above 35,000 feet to test the devices he and other technicians develop.


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