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Bullock, Martha L., 1919-1972


Biographical Note

Martha L. Smith Bullock (1919-1972) was a pilot and member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) during World War II.

Martha L. Smith Bulloch was born in January 1919 to Myrtle J. Smith. Circa 1942, she joined the WASP program and was a member of class 43-W-6. After training, she was assigned to the Dodge City Army Airfield (Kansas) and the Laredo Army Air Base (Texas) during the war. During this time she flew numerous aircraft during her missions, including:
  • Martin (Glenn L.) B-26 Marauder
  • Consolidated B-24 Liberator
  • Lockheed AT-18 Hudson
  • Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress
  • Fairchild PT-19
  • Vultee BT-15 Valiant
  • North American AT-6 Texan
  • Cessna AT-17 (T-17, Bobcat, Cessna T-50)
  • Found in 1 Collection or Record:

    Martha L. (Smith) Bullock Collection

    Identifier: 2003-09-08
    Scope and Contents The Martha L. (Smith) Bullock Collection is a small collection of items associated with Bullock's time as a Women Air Service Pilot (WASP) during World War II. The collection includes one folder of photographs and one folder of textual materials. The photographs, all black-and-white, are comprised of four (4) portraits of Bullock with planes and one image of a B-26 in flight over Dodge City, Kansas. The textual items include clippings documenting her flying career after World War II,...

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