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Dennis

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The pieces of the puzzle finally come together!  I did finally find that series of # on Baugher's web site, and yes they were A-26s.  What had added to the confusion was that there was a series of Martin B-26s with a 41-399__ serial number or somewhere thereabout.  All in a good days hunting.  Dennis 

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Thanks Jeff, that explains the tag on the rudder.


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Page 6, Photo 4 appears to be the top side of Purolator Products filter. 

It carried an AN number back in the day. It's on the top of your part as well but I cannot make it out. AN5322-1?

Page 6, Photo 3 - I really want to ID this as a DM-33 dynamotor but I haven't convinced myself just yet.

The photographs you already ID'd on page 6 - Photos 7 & 8, look at lot like the old AN-104-A antennas.

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Matt, that number is AN-5822-1, attached a photo of a close up of numbers.

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Ah - much clearer!  AN5822-1 is an air filter for your aircraft instruments. 
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Thanks again Matt


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Lt. Alexander Aros was my grandfather. My grandmother found out she was pregnant with my mother when she was notified of the crash. I’d love any information you may have found, out family has never really known much about the crash.
Thank you
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