This page contains links to airplane types, company-oriented articles and other information about North American Aviation (NAA).

A relatively autonomous holding of General Motors, NAA was a relatively small, but important, player in US WWII aviation. Small in that they were only 11th in contract value, important in that three of their planes — AT-6 Texan (also Harvard), B-25 Mitchell, P-51 Mustang — were major players in the war and that they were among the contributors to the massive production of B-24s . The A-36 (Apache, Invader, Mustang) variant of the P-51 was an important player in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations.


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Many of the missing NA- numbers in this list were the design designations for variants of the planes listed.

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