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Email Autor Correction ID #1708030 / 72 Views
22-November-2022
42-72843 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Built in San Diego, the Liberator was ferried to the 9th Air Force, where it was assigned to the 512th Bomb Squadron of the 376th BG. "Strawberry Bitch" flew over 50 missions, including the raid on the Ploesti oil refinery in August 1943. One of the four propellers of B-24D "Lady Be Good" of 514th BS that was lost with its crew in the Libyan desert in April 1943 on its first combat mission lies by the nose. (more of 42-72843)
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Off Airport - Hendon, England, United Kingdom
7-February-2006
Ian Haskell
United Kingdom - Air Force  Consolidated B-24 Liberator
KN751 Recently arrived from RAF Musuem at Cosford in a swap for the Vickers Valiant. Originally donated by the Indian Air Force (more of KN751)
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Off Airport - Hendon, England, United Kingdom
7-February-2006
Ian Haskell
United Kingdom - Air Force  Consolidated B-24 Liberator
KN751 This has recently arrived from the RAF Musuem at Cosford in a swap for the XD818 Vickers Valiant. This aircraft was originally donated by the Indian Air Force (more of KN751)
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TRI/KTRI - Blountville [Tri-Cities], TN, USA
21-August-2004
Chris Starnes
CAF  Consolidated B-24 Liberator
N24927 The Diamond Lil just a couple of seconds from touching down on runway 23 @ TRI. (more of N24927)
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RDM/KRDM - Redmond [Roberts Field], OR, USA
15-June-2004
Ted Quackenbush
Private  Consolidated B-24 Liberator
NX224J Nose art showing a happy dragon. This plane and the Collings Foundation B-17G were on display for 3 days at RDM giving ground and flight tourPlane was sent to RAF after production in 1944 as GR.VI KH191. Was abandoned in India after WWII then returned to Britain and eventually restored by Collings Foundation to be the only current flying B-24.s. (more of NX224J)
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SUA/KSUA - Stuart [Witham Field], FL, USA
-March-2002
Chris McHardy
Private  Consolidated B-24 Liberator
N.... - This one caught me by surprise (don't ask me how!). If anyone knows what type of aircraft this is, please let me know. Apparently it is known as the flying brick!
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