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Martin B-26 Marauder - USA

B-26B-MA "SNAFU"
Serial: 117751 (41-17751)
Unit: 439th BS, 319th BG, USAAF

Pilot - Capt. Donald G. Smith ('Doolittle Raider'). Horsham St. Faith, Suffolk, November 1942. 'SNAFU' = 'Situation Normal All Fucked Up'. This aircraft crashed near Huntington, Yorkshire, UK during flew to North Africa due to bad weather. Crew killed.


Artist: © Mark Styling
Source: "B-26 "Marauder" units of the MTO" by Mark Styling. Osprey Combat Aircraft No.73. Series Editor: Tony Holmes. (c) 2008 Osprey Publishing Limited. ISBN: 978-1-84603-307-0.
Source: Gallery in the Sky
Martin B-26 Marauder - USA | B-26B-MA

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