To inspire patriotism the participation of women in the war effort and to show life on American soil under a gorgeous day, the Office of War Information commanded several series of Kodachrome pictures shown below.
These images are beautiful by their colors, but by their artistic qualities.
Colors can really appreciate details that cannot be seen on photographs in black and white...
October 1942: A worker install fasteners in the tail of a Bombardier B17F the company Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California.
October 1942: Lieutenant 'Mike Hunter', American assigned the company test pilot Douglas Aircraft Company.
October 1942: Mother and daughters are a great help to provide quality aircraft for their men fighting at the front.
October 1942: Installation of an engine to the company Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California
October 1942: Research team of the company North American Aviation (Ingle-Wood, California), experimenting with a model of the B25 "Billy Mitchell" Bombardier in wind tunnel
October 1942, Kansas City, Kansas. A "Billy Mitchell" B25 is towed out of the Assembly line.
Team riveting the cockpit of a C47 the North American Aviation company.
June 1942: A crew of tank M4 in Fort Knox, Kentucky.
October 1942: A bomber North American B25 overview of Inglewoods mountains, California.
June 1942: Crews of tanks M3 in Fort Knox, Kentucky
August 1942: Is the full an airplane for learning at the naval base in Corpus Christi, Texas
August 1942: The l. Deitz cadet at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas.