Martin B-26 Marauder Official Training Film (1944)
Wartime training film shows training of a pilot in the B-26 Marauder. The captain leads you through preparations to fly the bomber,
going through a detailed checklist of pre-flight procedures, followed by take-off.
Further instruction helps you understand the limits and capabilities of
the aircraft. When one engine fails, you must simultaneously guide the limping
plane back to a safe landing and explain each step of the procedure.
Production of a B-26 from metal casting through final assembly (1941)
Covers the basic construction of the Martin B-26 medium bomber and its deployment to the
U.S. Army Air Corps, including both engineering techniques and flight
characteristics. Follow the manufacturing process for the B-26,
from molten metal, through fabrication into major
components, to rolling out the door for flight testing. World War II
narrative ... V-for-victory.