I had an e mail from Michael O'brien ( May 2012 )
My dad who is still alive at 89 first flew the Martin
B-26 in WWII, then was assigned the A-26.
I have been trying for a couple of years to get dad
the write up his experiences with the A-26 and will keep trying, but in the meantime he wrote about 10 years ago about his
experiences flying the Martin B-26, prior to the A-26. I have enclosed his write-up on that and have to add, which is not
in it, he said the Tampa base where the B-26 pilots were trained was always refered to as, "One-a-day in Tampa Bay", because
of how difficult it was to learn to fly the B-26. I don't know if he still has any pictures but will check.