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WWII US Aircraft Assembly Plant Numbers

Michael M. Palmieri has compiled the Aircraft Assembly Plant numbers below that were assigned to some plants, but not all during WWII.  The rest that were used for this purpose appear to have been given "Plancor" numbers by the Defense Plant Corporation during WWII. Any information on further numbers or the reason for the difference would be most welcome.  If you have information on this topic, please feel free to contact the webmaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

No. 1 - Fort Crook (Omaha), NE - Glenn L. Martin Co.  - B-26, B-29

No. 2 - Kansas City, KS - North American Aviation, Inc.  - B-25

No. 3 - Tulsa, OK - Douglas Aircraft Co.  - A-24, B-24, A-26

No. 4 - Fort Worth, TX - Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp.  - B-24, B-32

No. 5 - Oklahoma City, OK - Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.  - C-47

No. 6 - Marietta, GA - Bell Aircraft Corp.  - B-29

No. 7 - Brookpart Village (Cleveland), OH - General Motors Corp., Fisher Body Div. - This plant was originally built with the intention of producing at least (200) B-29s.  However, the work went to Martin Aircraft in Omaha.  The plant did build a considerable amount of parts for not only the B-29 program but for the North American B-25 Plant in Kansas City, KS.

No. 8 - Park Ridge (Chicago-Orchard Place Airfield), IL - Douglas Aircraft Corp., Inc. - C-54

 

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