21 items in this album on 2 pages.

Martin B-26 Marauder bomber control panel, 18 Feb 1941.B-26 Marauder with the 73rd Bomb Squadron armed with a Mark XIII aerial torpedo at Fort Randall Army Airfield, Cold Bay, Alaska, 11 May 1942US Army Air Force First Lieutenant James Muri and his crew posing before their B-26 Marauder, Midway, Jun 1942Head-on view of a B-26C Marauder bomber in flight, date unknown
Martin B-26 Marauder bomber control panel, 18 Feb 1941.B-26 Marauder with the 73rd Bomb Squadron armed with a Mark XIII aerial torpedo at Fort Randall Army Airfield, Cold Bay, Alaska, 11 May 1942US Army Air Force First Lieutenant James Muri and his crew posing before their B-26 Marauder, Midway, Jun 1942Head-on view of a B-26C Marauder bomber in flight, date unknown
WASP pilot Elizabeth L. Gardner at the window of her B-26 Marauder bomber, Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas, United States, circa 1942-1945Marauder bomber in flight, Jun 1943B-26B Marauder “Shootin’ In” of the 556th Bomb Squadron releasing its bomb load, 1944-45Martin B-26B Marauder bombers of the 597th and 598th Bomb Squadrons fly in formation over Goggeshall, Essex, England, UK, 1943-44.
WASP pilot Elizabeth L. Gardner at the window of her B-26 Marauder bomber, Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas, United States, circa 1942-1945Marauder bomber in flight, Jun 1943B-26B Marauder “Shootin’ In” of the 556th Bomb Squadron releasing its bomb load, 1944-45Martin B-26B Marauder bombers of the 597th and 598th Bomb Squadrons fly in formation over Goggeshall, Essex, England, UK, 1943-44.
WASP pilot Shirley Slade at the controls of a Martin B-26 Marauder bomber, 1944. Slade had a reputation for flying the difficult-to-handle airplanes like the P-39 Airacobra and the B-26 Marauder.WASP pilots at Laredo Army Air Force Base, Texas, United States, 22 Jan 1944; note B-26 Marauder, AT-6 Texan, and C-56 Lodestar aircraft in backgroundB-26 Marauder departing from a bomb strike on Auderville, France, Jun-Jul, 1944B-26C Marauder “Carefree Carolyn” of the 552nd Bomb Squadron makes a wheels-up landing after having her hydraulics shot out, RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England, June 15 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance and fire crews rushing to the scene. Photo 1 of 2
WASP pilot Shirley Slade at the controls of a Martin B-26 Marauder bomber, 1944. Slade had a reputation for flying the difficult-to-handle airplanes like the P-39 Airacobra and the B-26 Marauder.WASP pilots at Laredo Army Air Force Base, Texas, United States, 22 Jan 1944; note B-26 Marauder, AT-6 Texan, and C-56 Lodestar aircraft in backgroundB-26 Marauder departing from a bomb strike on Auderville, France, Jun-Jul, 1944B-26C Marauder “Carefree Carolyn” of the 552nd Bomb Squadron makes a wheels-up landing after having her hydraulics shot out, RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England, June 15 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance and fire crews rushing to the scene. Photo 1 of 2
Crew of B-26C Marauder “Carefree Carolyn” of the 552nd Bomb Squadron in front of their airplane after making a wheels-up landing, RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England, June 15 1944. This was the aircraft’s 100th mission. Photo 2 of 2B-26B Marauder of the 441st Bomb Squadron over Île du Levant, France south of St Tropez on raid to bomb gun installations, Aug 4 1944B-26 Marauder bomber Bomb bay view of Martin B-26 Marauder bombers of the 323rd and 394th Bomb Groups drop 122 tons of bombs in an effort to take down the railroad bridge across the Moselle river at Trier, Germany, 24 Dec 1944.
Crew of B-26C Marauder “Carefree Carolyn” of the 552nd Bomb Squadron in front of their airplane after making a wheels-up landing, RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England, June 15 1944. This was the aircraft’s 100th mission. Photo 2 of 2B-26B Marauder of the 441st Bomb Squadron over Île du Levant, France south of St Tropez on raid to bomb gun installations, Aug 4 1944B-26 Marauder bomber 'Flossies Fury' hit directly by a ground-based 88mm anti-aircraft shell over Toulon, France, 20 Aug 1944.Bomb bay view of Martin B-26 Marauder bombers of the 323rd and 394th Bomb Groups drop 122 tons of bombs in an effort to take down the railroad bridge across the Moselle river at Trier, Germany, 24 Dec 1944.
B-26 aircraft at rest, Italy, 1945B-26 Marauder bomber B-26G Marauder bomber resting at an airfield, Aug 1943-Jan 1947B-26G Marauder “Sure Go for No Dough” of the 394th Bomb Group (Medium) sitting on the ramp at RAF Mount Farm, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1945.
B-26 aircraft at rest, Italy, 1945B-26 Marauder bomber 'Flak Bait' and another aircraft of same model in flight, Mar 1945. 'Flak Bait' was the first US bomber in Europe to record 200 bombing missions.B-26G Marauder bomber resting at an airfield, Aug 1943-Jan 1947B-26G Marauder “Sure Go for No Dough” of the 394th Bomb Group (Medium) sitting on the ramp at RAF Mount Farm, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1945.

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