The new (circa 1951) GE jet engine plant at Lockland, Ohio. Engines being assembled. Various aircraft using GE engines
United States USA Date:1952 Duration:2 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
Views of the new (1951) GE jet engine assembly plant at Lockland Ohio. Animated description and U.S. map showing numerous suppliers across the country that contribute parts for the jet engines assembled at the GE Lockland plant.Views inside the plant, with engines being assembled. GE staff members, including chief engineer, Donald F. Warner, are seen in the plant. Various U.S. jet warplanes taking off, including: Hughes XF-91; North American F-86D Sabrejet ; Martin XB-51; North American B-45 Tornado; Boeing B-47 Stratojet bomber; and Convair B-36.
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