A few TB-26Gs were taken over by the US Navy as the JM-2, and
performed target-towing and general utility duties. Bureau of
Aeronautics numbers of these planes were 90507 through 90521. In
addition, the last 32 TB-26G-25s that came off the Martin production
line went to the Navy as the JM-2 in March of 1945. These BuNos were
Famous Bombers of the Second World War, William Green,
The Martin Marauder B-26, Victor C. Tannehill, Boomerang Publishers, 1997.
The Martin B-26 Marauder, J. K. Havener, TAB Aero, 1988.
Me & My Gal--The Stormy Combat Romance Between a WW II Bomber
Pilot and His Martin B-26, Charles O'Mahony, Wings,
The Martin B-26B and C Marauder, Ray Wagner, Aircraft in
Profile, Doubleday, 1965.
Jane's American Fighting Aircraft of the 20th Century,
Michael J.H. Taylor, Mallard Press.
American Combat Planes, Third Enlarged Edition, Ray Wagner,