e. Convair

Discovery the CV880 & CV990.................
The Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, commonly known as Convair, was a US aerospace development and manufacturing complex of the 1940s and later. It was formed in 1943 from a merger of Consolidated Aircraft and Vultee Aircraft. The merger produced one of the world's larger aircraft manufacturers of the period. Convair's most notable designs included the Convair B-36 strategic bomber, the F-102 Delta Dagger and F-106 Delta Dart delta-winged interceptors, and the B-58 Hustler supersonic nuclear strike aircraft.

In March 1953, Convair was acquired by General Dynamics, becoming the Convair Division of the parent company. It produced aircraft until 1965, then shifted to space and airframe projects.

In 1994 General Dynamics sold the division's aerostructures and missiles unit to McDonnell Douglas, and sold the Fort Worth facility (including rights to products associated with that facility) to Lockheed.

In 1996 General Dynamics deactivated all remaining

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