Refrigerator magnet pictures a World War II advertisement promoting the war contribution of the B-25 Mitchell bomber built by North American Aviation. The twin-engine plane was named after aviation pioneer, Major General Billy Mitchell. North American produced more planes than any other manufacturer during WWII, building the AAT-6/sNJ Texan, B-25 Mitchell and P-51 Mustang. So reliable was the B-25 that many remained in service four decades after the war.
North American became part of Rockwell and is today owned by Boeing.