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A Time of Innovation

Clarence "Kelly" Johnson (BSE AeroE ’32, MSE ’33) was a bold an innovative aircraft designer. Continue by reading the incredible story of how Johnson and his team developed the P-80 in only 143 days during the height of WWII, and created Skunk Works in the process here.

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