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Bill Erler, e-mail, 07.07.2017 05:52

I have a beautiful Glenn L. Martin Co. metal plate that my uncle came across when he was stationed at Langley Field about 1935. The plate is stamped B-10B No.571 . Does anyone have any information on 571?

Jenn, e-mail, 13.11.2016 16:35

There was a story on CBS Sunday Morning today about a group of people in Kansas who found and restored a B-12 that was found in an aircraft boneyard in California. They actually flew it, too!

Don Pinkerton Jr, e-mail, 12.09.2016 06:26

My dad flew them I have a picture taken in 1933 of #146 parked with many others and #146 is there the same one that is in the museum at Dayton Ohio is the same one dad flew.

Don Pinkerton jr, e-mail, 06.09.2016 00:00

My dad flew in these bombers and I am looking for a large model kit of this b-10/12 plane.

John K, e-mail, 20.01.2015 16:21

To Chuck - I believe the only existing B10 is at the USAF Museum in Dayton,Ohio. That is where the color photo of the plane (included in this article) came from. It's a fantastic museum and admission is free.

Chuck, e-mail, 14.01.2015 11:39

I'm looking for a b10 or b12 on display...any clues?

Klaatu83, e-mail, 16.07.2013 02:26

Today the B-10 is generally thought of as a rather quaint-looking airplane that, by the time World War II began, was clearly out of date. However, it should be remembered that, at the time it first flew in 1932, the B-10 was extremely advanced, in fact far ahead of it's time. It was the first U.S. Army Air Corps bomber to include such advanced features as all-metal construction, monoplane wings, enclosed crew positions, retractable landing gear and controllable-pitch propellers. At the time the B-10 was introduced into A.A.C. service most airplanes were still biplanes with open cockpits and fixed landing gear.

The B-10 was considered so advanced that the manufacturer sold many for use by foreign air forces. Later in the 1930s, when the Soviet Tupelev SB-2 bombers began to appear in the skies above Spain and China, they were often misidentified as a "Martin Bombers" because they were mistakenly believed to have been a Soviet copy of the B-10.

Gene, e-mail, 15.06.2013 05:36

Perhaps the most impressive sight about age 12 (circa 1940) was a MARTIN B-10 ON IT'S BELLY (Ramp) AT GREENVILLE, SC MUNICIPAL AIRPORT.He likely made a bell landing or his gear retracted on the ramp. Otherwise little damage was noted. Anyone know of this

Johnny, e-mail, 30.05.2011 17:59

Does anyone out there know what emblem unit a B-10/12 had that depicts the fuselage of a "Douglas OA-3 with large upswept bird like wings/Big/Little Dipper star formation and aerial bomb falling below aircraft on a round background with half globe on lower portion ??????
If so please contact me, I have seen photo of this emblem on aircraft wan to get "possitive" ID as to the unit , thank you !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mario Edgardo, e-mail, 17.02.2011 14:11

El martin que apareced en la foto esta en el Museo de dayton y fue donado por la argentina en 1974 y restaurado en USA en la Argentina estubo en la Escuela Jorge Newbery.Donde yo Estudie y desame y arme ese Avion , en el Ao 1980 estube en presencia en ese Museo.

Robert Williams, e-mail, 03.01.2011 08:27

I have a photograph of the B-10B taken by my father at an air show in either Bell Fourche or Spearfish SD in the mid-late 30s.

Col L. J. Partridge Usaf Ret, e-mail, 27.08.2010 04:42

I was in Flying Cadet Class 41-F and took my advanced twin-engine training at Barksdale Field.As Cadets we flew both the B-10 and B-12. As far as I know they were no longer being used by any tactical units. I remained at Barksdale Field as an instructor and late in 1941 wwe flew all that remained to Eglin Field to be used as tow target aircraft.

don wilson, e-mail, 07.02.2010 01:30

The first militarhy airplane I ever saw and touched. At Ft Riley, KS in 1939 it had just arrived non-stop from San Antonio, TX and the engines were still warm. The crew chief answered all my questions and at that minute I decided a career in the air was for me. And it happened.

gene bach, e-mail, 20.12.2009 00:50

I remember one of these aircraft that flew over my house sometime in the late 30"s home was in kirkwood mo, which is about 12 miles south of lambert field in st.louis county missouri.

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