Lockheed Brothers Aircraft Corp
The Lockheed Brothers left the Company after the Detroit merger and set up the Airover Company, later called Alcor, to build the Uni-twin, with two Menasco engines side-by-side in the nose, driving two propellers. The name of the company was changed to Lockheed Vega when it became a subsidiary of the revived parent organization. The Lockheed Vega Twin then named Olympic Duo-4, crashed 1938. Firm also built low-wing Starliner and NA-35 trainer. With Boeing and Douglas during Second World War, as the BVD pool, built B-17s. Allan Lockheed, during Alcor period, was associated with Alhambra Airport and Air Transport Company.