Martin TB-26G Marauder

Last revised March 14, 2000


The TB-26G was a special version of the B-26G that was stripped of all armament and all other military equipment for use a trainer and a target tug. Only 57 were built before production ceased. 47 of these planes were transferred to the US Navy as JM-2. where J was a general utility category used by the Navy from 1931 to 1955. Their BuNos were 90507/90521 and 91962/91993.

Serials of TB-26G:


44-67805/67954		Martin B-26G-15-MA Marauder
				67945/67954 converted to TB-26G-15-MA
44-68105/68254		Martin B-26G-25-MA Marauder
				68222/68253 converted to TB-26G.

Sources:


  1. Famous Bombers of the Second World War, William Green, Doubleday, 1959.

  2. The Martin Marauder B-26, Victor C. Tannehill, Boomerang Publishers, 1997.

  3. The Martin B-26 Marauder, J. K. Havener, TAB Aero, 1988.

  4. Me & My Gal--The Stormy Combat Romance Between a WW II Bomber Pilot and His Martin B-26, Charles O'Mahony, Wings, December 1994.

  5. The Martin B-26B and C Marauder, Ray Wagner, Aircraft in Profile, Doubleday, 1965.

  6. Jane's American Fighting Aircraft of the 20th Century, Michael J.H. Taylor, Mallard Press.

  7. American Combat Planes, Third Enlarged Edition, Ray Wagner, Doubleday, 1982.