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Overview

The American Locomotive Company (Alco) is a designer and manufacturer of locomotives, engines, generators, forged metal, high quality steel, tanks, automobiles and produced nuclear energy.

Military Products

Land Vehicles

Heavy Tanks

Medium Tanks

USA 1912 Design and Manufacturing firms of the United States of America USA 1912
Interwar period & World War II
Artillery & Small Arms Artillery [[]]
Firearms Auto-OrdnanceB.S.A.BrowningColtCommercial ControlsEddystoneG.M.C.H&RI.B.M.I.H.C.InlandIrwin-PedersenIthacaJohnson AutomaticsNational Postal MeterQuality H.M.C.RemingtonRock Island ArsenalRock-OlaSaginaw S.G.Savage ArmsSmith & WessonSpringfieldStandard ProductsStevens ArmsUnderwoodUnited DefenseWatervlietWinchester
Flying Bombs & Rockets [[]]
Industry Chemical, Fuel, Power Generation [[]]
Metals / Mining [[]]
Uniform Clothing [[]]
Vehicles Aviation AtlanticBellBerliner-JoyceBoeingBrewsterC.C.&F.ConsolidatedConvairCurtissCurtiss-WrightDetroitDouglasEberhartFisherGoodyearGrummanHallHughesLockheedLoeningMcDonnellNAFNorth AmericanNorthropRepublicRyanSeverskySikorskyThomas-MorseVoughtVulteeWright
Ground Vehicles AlcoAmerican Car & Foundry Co.AutocarBaldwin LocomotiveBorg-WarnerBuickChevroletCunninghamDetroitDiamond TFederal Machine & Welder Co.FisherF.M.C.FordG.M.C.Graham-PaigeI.H.C.Marmon-HerringtonMassey HarrisMontreal LocomotivePacific Car & Foundry Co.Pressed Steel Car Co.PullmanRock Island ArsenalRoeblingSt LouisWatervlietWhite
Naval Vessels BethlehemBrooklynNewport NewsNew YorkNorfolkPhiladelphia
Vehicle Parts Aircraft Engines Continental
Gunsights [[]]
Steering Units [[]]
Submarine Engines [[]]
Transmissions [[]]
Vehicle Engines ContinentalI.H.C.
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