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Wright-Martin Model V (Front View)
|Fate||Reformed as Wright Aeronautical in 1919|
|Predecessor||Wright Company, Glenn L. Martin Company|
Company officials merged their respective organizations, the Wright Company and the Glenn L. Martin Company, in 1916. Martin soon resigned, dissolving the arrangement within a year. The company was renamed Wright Aeronautical in 1919.
- World War I advertisement for the Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation - FIGHT or Join the Industrial Aircraft Service, Popular Science monthly, December 1918, page 91.
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