Back to the Library of Congress' colour photographs from World War Two, this time focusing on the making of planes for the war effort, especially by women. Fascinating, isn't it?
Experimental scale model of B-25 bomber, with model of the type of bomb it carries. Source
I don't quite understand what she's doing, so I'll just quote the LoC on this one:
"Metal parts are placed on masonite by this woman employee before they slide under the multi-ton hydropress" Source
Working on the motor for a B-25 bomber. Source
Assembling the nose and landing gear of a B-25 bomber. Source
Oyida Peaks, a mechanic, riveting. Source
Maintenence of a PBY Catalina flying boat . Source