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it's interesting (link)
from the link.
> So by the end of the war, the US was producing more combat aircraft than everyone else in the world combined, allies and enemies alike. American pilots flew a lot of those, but a lot more were given to allies. American industry was distinctive not only because of the sheer volume of production, but also because of its efficiency and quality and speed. So when the British designed an innovative short-wavelength radar system later in the war, the design was sent to the US to be manufactured. High frequency electronics are tricky to manufacture, and American industry could produce working units in quantity better than anyone else, including even the British.
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