Rohr News

A  newsletter “intended to help keep employees and retirees abreast of current events at Rohr. They also highlight individual contributions made by fellow employees, both to the company and to the community.”

 

December 7, 1959 – “Rohr Man’s Weekend Home Project Builds Toward Retirement Goal”
Vol. 4 – No. 4, February 21, 1961 – Riverside edition – added 7/4/18
Vol. 5 – No. 3, February 5, 1962 – Chula Vista edition 

Vol. 6 – looking for
Vol. 7 – looking for
Vol. 8 – No. 22, November 16, 1965 – Chula Vista edition
Vol. 9 – No. 12, June 20, 1966
Vol. 9 – No. 13 – looking for
Vol. 9 – No. 14, July 18, 1966 – pages 1, 2, 7, and 8
September 19, 1966 – pages 3 and 4  
Vol. 10 – No. 9, May 5, 1967 – pages 1, 2, 7, and 8
Vol. 10 – No. 15, August 11, 1967
Vol. 10 – No. 19, October 16, 1967

Vol. 10 – No. 21, November 10, 1967
Vol. 10 – No. 22 – Looking for
Vol. 10 – No. 23, December 8, 1967 – added 1/6/2018
Vol. 11 – No. 3, February 2, 1968added 1/7/2018
Vol. 12 – No. 3, February 3, 1969 – added 7/19/18
Vol. 12 – No. 4, February 20, 1969 – added 7/25/18
Vol. 12 – No. 10, June 14, 1968added 1/13/2018
Vol. 13 – No. 3, February 20, 1970 – added 7/25/18
Vol. 14 – No. 6, July, 1971 – added 7/30/18
Vol. 14 – No. 11, November 1971 – added 7/30/18
Vol. 15 – No. 1, February 1972 – added 7/30/18
Vol. 15 – No. 5, July 1972 – added 7/30/18

Vol. 16 – No. 3, July 1973 – added 7/31/18
Vol. 17 – No. 2, January 25, 1974new!
Vol. 17 – No. 4, February 22, 1974new!
Vol. 18 – No. 3, February 7, 1975 – added 7/31/18
Vol. 18 – No. 5, March 7, 1975 – added 9/3/18
Vol. 18 – No. 6, April 4, 1975 – added 9/3/18

Vol. 18 – No. 14, December 1975 – pages 1-6 – coming soon…
Vol. 19 – Looking For
Vol. 20 – No. 10, June 20, 1977 – coming soon…
Vol. 20 – No. 11, July 5, 1977 http://rohrmemories.20megsfree.com/RN121979.html – pages 1 and 2
Vol. 20 – No. 15, August 31, 1978 – coming soon…
Vol. 21 – No. 13, August 1, 1978 – added 9/3/18
Vol. 21 – No. 16, September 15, 1978
Vol. 22 – No. 19 – December 19, 1979 –  added 9/8/18

 

 

“The airplane is the symbol of the new age. At the apex of the immense pyramid of mechanical progress it opens the New Age, its wings its way into it.”

            –Le Corbusier

 

 

 

The Rohr Aircraft Memories website is owned by Sue Poole.
Opinions expressed on these pages are not necessarily those of the site owner.
All content is @2006-2018 Sue Poole unless otherwise credited or a vintage reprint.

Last updated: 09-08-2018

 


 

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