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Rockwell Collins:
Timeline
Early History
 by: Arlo Goodyear

Early History
 by: Ben Stearns
 Echo Hill Story

Early History
 by: Nancy Gibbons Zook
 from: The Iowan Magazine

Early History
 by: Ed Marriner
 from: CQ Magazine




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Collins Collectors Association
The CCA is an all volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and operation of radio equipment built by the Collins Radio Co.
 

The Hammond Museum
The Hammond Museum, located in Guelph, Ontario, has an impressive collection of early Collins radio products that is kept in operating condition for display and for occasional use.
 

W. W. Salisbury
Few Rockwell Collins Museum followers realize that our company was once involved in atomic research. This site offers a little history of Winfield Salisbury, the person who headed the department.
 

Mogollon Rim Collins Collectors Club
MRCCC was founded in late 2001. The call sign KCXX was obtained and brought into service in honor of Arthur Collins (WCXX) and his company of great engineers and production folks.
 

Radio Station Reconstruction on FIFI
Read all about the restored radio operators station on the only flying B-29 bomber. Museum Club members and Amateur Radio Club members, both in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Richardson, Texas, contributed their expertise and time towards a fully-operational, historically-accurate, war time communications station.
 

Arthur A. Collins Legacy Association
The mission of the Arthur A. Collins Legacy Association is to collect, preserve, and interpret the legacy of Arthur Collins and the Collins Radio Company he founded.