National Geographic : 1943 Dec
( 1943, The Studebaker Corporation J upurrjustlike those engines Dad ilds/" They're Studebaker-built Wright Cyclones for the famous Boeing Flying Fortress SOLDIER HARRY RYAN and his father were fellow craftsmen in the Studebaker factory prior to Pearl Harbor. They comprised one of the many father-and-son teams that have made the quality of Studebaker craftsman ship famous since 1852. Today, large numbers of younger men, who once were Studebaker craftsmen, are using instead of building mili tary equipment. In many instances, their fathers, and other older members of their families, are producing Flying Fortress engines, multiple-drive military trucks and other war materiel in the busy Studebaker plants. Studebaker craftsmanship is now at work in behalf of our Nation and its Allies. It will provide finer Studebaker motor cars and trucks than ever, after Victory comes. TSTUDEBAKER Builder of Wright Cyclone engines for the Boeing Flying Fortress, big multiple-drive military trucks and other vital war materiel "Always give more than you promise" That Studebaker watchword has been observed for 20 years by craftsman Henry C. Ryan. He is helping to build Cyclone engines for the Flying Fortress in one of Studebaker's aircraft engine plants. Some day, he and his soldier son, Harry, hope to build Studebaker cars again for you.