Bell Aircraft

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A vignette of Bell Aircraft Corporation

Bell Aircraft Corporation was an aircraft manufacturer of the United States, builder of fighter aircrafts in World War II. It was founded July 10, 1935 in Buffalo, New York by Lawrence D. Bell, a man referred to as "America's most seasoned dreamer." Bell Aircraft Corporation created a Helicopter Division which moved to Fort Worth, Texas in 1951 and became Bell Helicopter Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bell Aircraft Corporation.

At present, Bell Helicopter Textron is an American helicopter manufacturer based in Fort Worth, Texas. (Textron purchased Bell Aerospace in 1960).

Bell Aircraft Corporation, founded by Larry Bell, is famous as the manufacturer of the P-59 (America's first jet airplane) and the X-1 (the world's first super- sonic plane). Bell Aircraft Corporation ( Now Textron )

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