Model 123 prototype aircraft in flight, 1932; this design eventually produced the B-10 bombersB-10 bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941B-10B bomber in flight, circa early- to mid-1935B-12 bomber at March Field, California, United States, 19 Nov 1935
Model 123 prototype aircraft in flight, 1932; this design eventually produced the B-10 bombersB-10 bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941B-10B bomber in flight, circa early- to mid-1935B-12 bomber at March Field, California, United States, 19 Nov 1935
B-10 bombers dropping bombs during an exercise, circa mid-1930sB-12 bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941B-12A bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941Model 139 prototype aircraft at rest, circa mid-1930s; this design was the export version of US Army Air Corps
B-10 bombers dropping bombs during an exercise, circa mid-1930sB-12 bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941B-12A bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941Model 139 prototype aircraft at rest, circa mid-1930s; this design was the export version of US Army Air Corps' B-10 bombers
Brigadier General Henry Arnold with base commander LtCol Clarence L Tinker in front of a Martin B-12 bomber, Hamilton Field, Novato (listed at the time as San Rafael), California, United States, 10 Jan 1936.XB-14A prototype bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941139WC aircraft at rest, 1930sDutch Model 166 bomber, circa 1938-1940
Brigadier General Henry Arnold with base commander LtCol Clarence L Tinker in front of a Martin B-12 bomber, Hamilton Field, Novato (listed at the time as San Rafael), California, United States, 10 Jan 1936.XB-14A prototype bomber at rest, pre-26 Feb 1941139WC aircraft at rest, 1930sDutch Model 166 bomber, circa 1938-1940
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