The Martin Star 1944 07 (PDF)


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Vol. III No. 6
Cover: The Patriotic Motif of this month’s cover is furnished by the American Flag which flies in front of the Administration Building, but the picture is enhanced by the Martin Military Band, directed by Jack Cary, which is grouped at the base of the flag pole. The Band, complete with drum majorettes and the other gadgets of a modern musical group is making quite a name for itself in and near Baltimore. Photo by Ed Eisenmeier ……. Articles Inside: … Ward of the Warfronts ( Roger Ward ) ….. The Victory March is On! ….. The Ship That Flew From a Desert ( Mariner – “The Mirage of Willcox Dry Lake” ) ….. Praised Received from Army and Navy ….. 600-Mile Winds Will Test Planes Models at Wright Field ….. VR-8 Squadrons Now Flying passengers ….. Martineers Thrilled At Yawata Raid By B-29s Which They Helped Build ….. New Aileron Will Increase Load, Safety ….. 2 Navy Men Perfect New PBM Bomb Rack ( R. Cooley and N. C. Kukhahn ) ….. PBM Transports Deliver in a Hurry ….. “Nickle Boat” Crew Members Receive Decorations ….. Mechanical “Mouse” Saves Hours and Footwork at Army Division ….. Photo Pages ….. Star Lighting the Girls ….. “Figure”atively Speaking – Sisters keep fit by exercising ….. Fashion Tipster ….. Letter from Burma ….. Hobbies – Turtle Racing Hobby Proves to be Money-Making Business ….. Marauders Spearhead Invasion! ….. Gunners Keeping in Practice With Martin Turret Water Gun ….. “Star” Turns Up in New Guinea ….. The Martin Family Album ….. Starlight on Aviation ….. “Hell’s Belle II” Was Really First 100-Mission Marauder ( All 100 Missions Listed ) ….. “Soup’s On!”