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 1943Female 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 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 1943Female 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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