In search of a B-26...

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  1. zaqx

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    B-26/a-26???

    Hi bugman77,
    B-26 was a bomber 'Marauder', but A-26 was an atacker 'Invader'.
    The pictures show, I think, A-26, but not B-26.
    Yours
    Grzegorz
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
    gregor
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
    gregor
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
    gregor
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
    gregor
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
    gregor
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    There were two different designations: A-26 Invader, and B-26 Marauder.
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    yet another designation explanation

    The A-26 of WWII became the B-26 of Korea and Viet Nam. Check out this Korean veterans website: http://www.13thbombsquadron.org/

    "Formerly known as the A-26 ("A" for attack), it was redesignated "B-26" in 1948 after the Air Force dropped the original Martin B-26 Marauder from its inventory.
  16. -Jim G

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    yet another designation explanation

    The A-26 of WWII became the B-26 of Korea and Viet Nam. Check out this Korean veterans website: http://www.13thbombsquadron.org/

    "Formerly known as the A-26 ("A" for attack), it was redesignated "B-26" in 1948 after the Air Force dropped the original Martin B-26 Marauder from its inventory.
  17. -Jim G

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    yet another designation explanation

    The A-26 of WWII became the B-26 of Korea and Viet Nam. Check out this Korean veterans website: http://www.13thbombsquadron.org/

    "Formerly known as the A-26 ("A" for attack), it was redesignated "B-26" in 1948 after the Air Force dropped the original Martin B-26 Marauder from its inventory.
  18. -Jim G

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    yet another designation explanation

    The A-26 of WWII became the B-26 of Korea and Viet Nam. Check out this Korean veterans website: http://www.13thbombsquadron.org/

    "Formerly known as the A-26 ("A" for attack), it was redesignated "B-26" in 1948 after the Air Force dropped the original Martin B-26 Marauder from its inventory.
  19. -Jim G

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    yet another designation explanation

    The A-26 of WWII became the B-26 of Korea and Viet Nam. Check out this Korean veterans website: http://www.13thbombsquadron.org/

    "Formerly known as the A-26 ("A" for attack), it was redesignated "B-26" in 1948 after the Air Force dropped the original Martin B-26 Marauder from its inventory.
  20. -Jim G

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    yet another designation explanation

    The A-26 of WWII became the B-26 of Korea and Viet Nam. Check out this Korean veterans website: http://www.13thbombsquadron.org/

    "Formerly known as the A-26 ("A" for attack), it was redesignated "B-26" in 1948 after the Air Force dropped the original Martin B-26 Marauder from its inventory.