This is the second page I ended up making to document this in the journaling. The journaling is combination of DH and I.
Again cs (2), pp(2) and enamel shapes/puffy stickers
Journaling: Dennis's Dad, Ken Hoorn, was employed by Bell Aircraft in Marietta, Georgia during World War 2. He worked in the Electronics/Avionics Lab in support of the manufacturing of B-29 Bombers for the war effort. He related that the last thing that was done to one of the aircraft immediately before it took off to be flown to either the Atlantic or Pacific theater of war was the installation of the top secret Norden Bombsight , which was critical to the success of both the B-17 and B-29 Bombers. The Norden's ability to allow the Bombardier aboard the plane to accurately place bombs on specific targets on the ground was unmatched by any other nation's bombers, especially the German and Japanese aircraft. This precision instrument compensated for the plane's forward motion, drift, and movement of target. It was reputedly able to “put a bomb in a pickle barrel from 30,000 feet.”
The security around the Norden Bombsights was intense. As the B-29 sat on the runway with its engines idling, an armored vehicle escorted by armed Marines drove out to the aircraft and installed the Norden sight, as it became known. As soon as the installation was completed, the aircraft took off. No one else was allowed to even see it. Its use was a big advantage to the Allies fighting the Germans and Japanese and helped insure our victory.