Saturday, May 18, 2013

Working the Winding Stations

I started at Lockheed just after World War II
by Ann K.

I'm a 94-year-old lady who enjoyed working at Lockheed. I worked there from the late 1940s until I retired. How proud we were during those years. My starting salary was 90 cents an hour, and I was proud of my work at the winding stations, building the inside of aircraft motors. Many times I prayed that one of my motors would go into a Lockheed planes. Thank you for being a grand company. My hope is that Lockheed Martin prospers for another hundred years!

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