Martin B-26B-25-MA Marauder "Flak-Bait" Restoration

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  1. Marauderman26

    Marauderman26 New Member

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    The National Air and Space Museum is embarking on the preservation of one of its signature artifacts, the Martin B-26B-25-MA Marauder Flak-Bait. The Project Team is reaching out to individuals and groups that may have personal stories, photographs, records, and artifacts that would further document this iconic artifact and the men and women who built, flew, and maintained it during World War II. For those willing and able to help, the Museum has created a Flak-Bait website (Flak-Bait | National Air and Space Museum) that includes a “Share Your Story” page.

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    Good news.
    The early B-26s were a dream to work on so the team should have a relatively easy job - especially compared to working on a Spitfire or Hurricane.
     
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