B-24 Liberator bomber in flight over eastern China, Feb-Jun 1943

Caption   B-24 Liberator bomber in flight over eastern China, Feb-Jun 1943
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  1. Jack Gross says:
    12 Jun 2012 07:47:51 PM

    This is a photo of B-24D-20-CO-41-24218, one of the original cadre of bombers that became the 308BG of the 14AAF in China. It was shot down by Japanese fighters on a mission to bomb Haiphong 15-Aug-1943.
    pilot Capt. Leroy D. Cunningham
    copilot 1st Lt. Richard P. Hjorth
    navigator Capt. James M. Everly
    bombardier Capt. Maynard P. Johnson
    engineer T/Sgt. Michael B. Ludwig
    radio op T/Sgt. Vincent J. Pizzoferranto
    asst. eng. S/Sgt. Leo J. Kennedy
    asst. radio T/Sgt. Kenneth H. Pershke
    gunner S/Sgt. Eldred W. Stafney
    observer 2nd Lt. Pu Shi Ping (Chinese AF)

    Missing Air Crew Report (MACR) # 11907
  2. Jack Gross says:
    4 Jul 2012 08:50:08 PM

    The nose art identifies this aircraft as "Daisy May." There was a successor B-24J model also named "Daisy May" (s/n as yet unknown).
  3. Jack Gross says:
    11 Apr 2014 12:04:22 AM

    The s/n of the successor B-24J DAISY MAY has been determined to be 42-73313, 14AF 308BG 375BS

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