Built by North American in Kansas City, Kansas. Delivered to the US Army on March 29, 1945.
Placed into storage until 1947
and assigned to Vance AFB as a trainer until it was dropped from the active inventory in March 1958. Converted to TB-25N and registered as N3174G. Used
in the movie Catch-22. Afterwards at Yesterday's Air Force based at Chino Airfield.
In 1982, the USAAF loaned the bomber to March Field Air Museum (March AFB Museum) where it was re-restored. The restoration was completed in 1988 and painted to represent B-25 "Problem Child" of the 13th Air Force,
42nd Bomb Group.
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January 9, 2018