Aircraft history for serial number: 41-35012 (kindly provided by Paul Clouting).
Delivered by air from the Martin Omaha plant to the Martin, Omaha (Modification Centre), Nebraska, from 6/5/43. Next listed as flown by New Castle (2nd Ferry Group), Wilmington, Deleware (from 17/5/43), to Barksdale Field, Louisiana (from 19/5/43). Then listed at Hunter Field, Savannah, Georgia (from 17/6/43), Presque Isle, Maine (from 29/6/43), from where it was flown over to the UK via the Northern Ferry Route. Next listed as UGLY (Europe - 8th AF) from 1/7/43. Belly landed at Matching Green with flak damaged hydraulics, returning from the 8/5/44 mission to attack German military installations near Bonnieres, France. The aircraft flown by Capt. James F Armstrong was declared Cat. E, damaged beyond repair, and was salvaged for spares on 10/5/44. The final entry on the aircraft record card lists, GLUE CON AFMSC on 10/5/44. Note, listed as a B-26C on record card, no mention of designated as B-26C-20-MO.