British working men visit Assembly Line Production of Ventura and Constellation airplanes at Lockheed Plant in Los Angeles. Two men leave a house in suburbs of Los Angeles where they were staying. They drive to the Lockheed factory. Drill presses and electric spot welders are used. Shows assembly line production of lightning wings and other airplane parts. An outdoor assembly and production area covered by camouflage netting from above. Women in factory's cafeteria. Paymaster, transportation coordination, ration book, and driver's license fulfillment windows are shown at the factory, all giving needed services to war production workers so they can take less time off and not waste resources like fuel on such services. A large jig for assembling B-17 Flying Fortress wings is shown. Completed fuselage and wing assemblies being mated. A finished B-17 rolling out of the factory.
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