Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

With the passage of national defense legislation, demand for airplane factories and other war industries grew quickly, and FJC was pressured to turn out as many men possible for employment. The demand was so intense that classes were conducted on an almost continual basis, with government officials even sponsoring evening classes. At one point, the welding machine shops were called upon to turn out defense supplies.
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