This Wild Weasel Thud served with the 388th TFW/44th TFS based at Korat, Thailand. It came to the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum in 1996 and is on display in its original Vietnam War configuration and markings.
Martin Mars prototype at the Martin factory, repaired following the #3 engine fire on 5 December 1941, but still before its first flight. It is seen here still in its original configuration as a patrol bomber, complete with gun turrets and provisions for bombing. However, the aircraft was soon to be converted to XPB2M-1R transport aircraft, which involved removing all armament and armored plating, and adding extra cargo hatches, cargo loading equipment and reinforcing the decking. Photo from: US Navy / National Naval Aviation Museum
N259S is on display at the museum and was recently repainted in Martin prototype colors with fake registration N40400. The real N40400 started life as NX93002 (c/n 9123), one of two M202 prototypes, and was first flown on 27 Jan 1947. It was later converted to M202A prototype, and in 1950 the fuselage was stretched and it became the unpressurized M404 prototype. As such it made its first flight on 21 Oct 1950, now registered N40400. It was sold to Piedmont for parts following a ground incident, and broken up in 1965.