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Bullock (Frank E.) Papers
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Papers belonging to Frank E. Bullock, aeronautical engineer and long-time employee at Lockheed Aircraft Corporation.
Frank E. Bullock (1919-2011) was a long-term employee of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation where he worked on several projects including: P-80 jet aircraft, design of the Constellation, the Jetstar, and P-3 Orion. Beginning in 1956, he worked with Clarence "Kelly" Johnson in the Skunk Works on projects including the hydrogen powered aircraft program that was eventually abandoned, the SR-71, and the U2-R control systems. Bullock also taught at the Northrop Aeronautical Institute. He retired from Lockheed in 1980, after almost thirty years of service. He married Roberta Lois McComb in 1945; they had two children. Bullock died of natural causes in Glendale, California in 2011 at the age of 91.
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