WHY NOT TULSA?

CONVAIR'S ROLE IN NORTH
TEXAS AVIATION HISTORY

2002 by G.D. Pyeatt

 

The following history of Convair and aviation in North Texas is provided by Mr. Don Pyeatt.  Mr. Pyeatt wrote this article as a chapter for a book he co-authored with Richard Marmo and Ed Calvert, B-36: Saving the Last Peacemaker, a history of the last B-36 produced by Convair in Fort Worth.

Special thanks are extended to C. Roger Cripliver, Frank F. Kleinwechter Jr. and Dennis R. Jenkins for their assistance with the research for this article.

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Revised 23 February 2005

 

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