FlakBait is a Martin B-26 Marauder aircraft holding the United States Army Air Forces record for the number of bombing missions survived during World War II. Manufactured in April 1943 and christened Flak Bait by its first assigned pilot, James J. Farrell, during the course of its 202 bombing missions
over Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and France, Flak-Bait earned its name by being shot with over 1,000 holes, returned twice on one engine (once with the disabled engine on fire), lost its electrical system once and its hydraulic system twice.
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