Grumman Corp. WWII Poster
The name Grumman on a part or plane means the same to the Navy as Sterling on silver means to you - "Rear Admiral McCain, US Navy" Photo from the collection of the Grumman Corporate Archives.
Championship Riveters, April 22, 1943
Martha Myskowski, on right, and Betty Relli were members of Port Washington's championship riveting team. They hold the crowd spellbound as they bang their way to a new record of 19.2 rivets per minute. The contest was held at the
Interior of Grumman Plant in Port Washington, June 11, 1943
Photo from the Grumman Corporate Archives.
Female Grumman Aviator
Women were not only riveters. They also flew the planes! Photo from the Grumman Corporation Archives.
Grumman Employees Work on a Bomber, 1943
Women work on the fuselage of a Grumman TBF Avenger torpedo bomber at Grumman Plant #15, located in Port Washington. For more information about this aircraft, click here. From the book Flight of Memory, published by the Port Washington Public Library: The