B-24E Liberator bomber in flight, Feb-Jun 1943

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Added Date 7 Sep 2006

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
21 Apr 2015 09:03:46 PM

B-24E-15-DT Liberator s/n 41-28411 was a Douglas built ship at Tulsa, Ok. Today three B-24s survive as air worthy, others are in museums or being restored.


Identify low flying aircraft , stateside aircraft
carried large numbers on the fuselage sides.
Did you know Hollywood actor James Stewart flew twenty missions as a B-24 pilot. The cost to the US taxpayer for each B-24 was between $297,000 to $336,000 that's 1940s dollars, back then that was a lot of money.

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