This B-26 Bomber PlaneTag from Serial #40-1370 was assigned to the 11th Air Force, 73rd Bombardment Squadron in Anchorage, Alaska during World War II. It crashed in King Salmon, Alaska on August 16th, 1942. The aircraft was recovered by the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah in 2000 and is now under restoration with Aircraft Restoration Services LLC, Murrieta, California.
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