Too young to enlist in World War in 1942 without his mother’s permission, Chuck Stover found another way to become involved in America’s World War II efforts.
While working for Bendix Aviation in Philadelphia, he was recruited by Lockheed Overseas Corporation with the prospect of being sent overseas to Northern Ireland to service Allied Forces bombers. Just 19, he jumped at the chance to work for Lockheed.
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