Aircraft history for serial number: 43-34454 (kindly provided by Paul Clouting).
Built at the Glenn L Martin factory at Baltimore, Maryland as a B-26G-10-MA. Accepted by the Army Air Force on 31/7/44. Then flown by Baltimore, Maryland (ATC) from 3/8/44, to the 3rd AF staging area at Hunter Field, Savannah, Georgia (from 3/8/44). Next went to Dow Field, Bangor, Maine (from 10/8/44), from where the aircraft was flown overseas to the 9th AF in the UK via the Northern Ferry Route, departing the USA on 12/8/44. The aircraft record card then lists, GLUE 9AF A (Europe - 9th AF) from 11/8/44, and GLUE 9AF G (Europe - 9th AF) from 21/8/44. Damaged Cat.3 in a taxiing accident at A-73 Roye / Amy, France on 13/10/44. The pilot was Lt. Clayton S Abraham. Accident records list the aircraft as serving with the 573rd BS at the time. The aircraft was repaired and transferred to the 574th BS, where it was recoded as 4L-H. Re-entered combat with the 574th BS on 19/11/44. Crashed on landing at A-73, Roye/Amy on 5/1/45 when a tyre blew out, and the aircraft ground looped. The aircraft flown 2nd Lt. Phillip S Walter suffered Cat.4 damage and was salvaged. The final entry on the aircraft record card lists, GLUE 9AF CON SAL NBD on 6/1/45.