3 images. Lockheed Test Center, 17 February 1958. J.C. Duffendack (division engineer of Lockheed engineering flight test center); W.L. (Doc) Howland (assistant chief flight test engineer); R.L. Thoren (chief flight test engineer); Jack Real (division engineer, engineering flight test); Herman R. (Fish) Salmon (chief engineering test pilot).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Glickman. Date: 1958-02-14 (?). Reporter: T.T. Assignment: Lockheed Test Center. Special instructions: Tuesday - February 18 rels. 203: Left to right: J.C. Duffendack, division engineer, Lockheed Engineering Flight Test Center and W.L. (Doc) Howland, assistant chief flight test engineer, examine strip of 20 mm shells used in armament make-up of Lockheed F-104A fighters. Armament is tested in new engineering flight center. 208/209: R.L. (Rudy) Thoren, chief flight test engineer, uses gold key to open new Lockheed engineering flight test center. 202 (make extra print of 202 for Glick): Left to right: Jack Real, division engineer, engineering flight test; Herman R. (fish) Salmon, chief engineering test pilot; and R.L. (Rudy) Thoren look over dummy used in ejection tests at new engineering flight test center".