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Martin Mars Landing on Lake Winnebago

Despite some not so favorable weather yesterday, the Martin Mars landing was quite a sight to see! ‪#OSH16

Martian Invasion - Martin Mars Comes to Oshkosh

Of the seven massive Martin Mars flying boats built in 1942-43 as cargo and troop transports for the U.S. Navy, just one, the Hawaii Mars, still flies regularly and it came to #OSH16.

Mars Vet Reunites With Mothership

Clifford Graveen, an 89-year-old veteran who worked on the Martin Mars, was reunited with the flying boat Sunday, July 24th, after 70 years.

David Martin

David Martin began performing aerobatic routines for the public at the age of 19.

Born of War, Mars Serves Over a Half-Century of Peace

The huge 200-foot wingspan Martin JRM Mars seaplane looming over AirVenture 2016 is the offspring of a World War II U.S. Navy patrol bomber, the original XPB2M Mars.

Martin Jetpack

The Martin Jetpack made its debut Tuesday, July 29, at AeroShell Square at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. The developers of the Martin Jetpack note that the innovative technology will allow up to 30-minute flights.

Martin Jetpack Testflight

Further flight control testflights of the Martin Jetpack, which was featured at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2009.

Timeless Voices - Glenn Martin

New Zealander Glenn Martin has been fascinated with the idea of owning a jet pack since he was a young boy. While in college he began developing plans for a ducted-fan powered "jet" pack. Today the Martin Jetpack is a reality.
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