An American-built B-24 Liberator bomber en route to the United Kingdom as part of the Lend-Lease program, 18 Nov 1940

Caption   An American-built B-24 Liberator bomber en route to the United Kingdom as part of the Lend-Lease program, 18 Nov 1940 ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 6 Apr 2010



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
10 Dec 2011 04:09:58 PM

Liberator GR. Mk I, Aircraft were assigned to Number 120 Squadron, RAF Coastal Command. First six aircraft flew to Britain in March 1941 and joined RAF Coastal Command. Aircraft in file photo, could be one of the first six, or one of the twenty later sent to the British. Fifteen of the bombers were modified to hunt German U-boats. Early model Liberators, were retired and replaced with improved B-24s as the war continued. DID YOU KNOW: It was the British that named the B-24 the "Liberator" later the USAAF adoped the name. Winston Churchill's personal transport was a Liberator Mk I, he named "Commando".
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
14 Nov 2014 07:57:10 AM

British marked Liberator I with short nose, later the RAF received Liberator IIs model was typical of USAAF B-24s

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