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The airstrip at Angaur, Palau Islands Dec 9 1944 with B-24Js of the 22nd Bomb Group on the near side and B-24s of the 494th Bomb Group on the far side; plus one C-47A Skytrain supply aircraft.B-24 Liberators of 458th Bomb Group are escorted by P-51 Mustangs of the 486th Fighter Squadron, 1944-45. Photo 1 of 2.B-24 Liberators of 458th Bomb Group are escorted by P-51 Mustangs of the 486th Fighter Squadron, 1944-45. Photo 2 of 2.B-24D Liberator
The airstrip at Angaur, Palau Islands Dec 9 1944 with B-24Js of the 22nd Bomb Group on the near side and B-24s of the 494th Bomb Group on the far side; plus one C-47A Skytrain supply aircraft.B-24 Liberators of 458th Bomb Group are escorted by P-51 Mustangs of the 486th Fighter Squadron, 1944-45. Photo 1 of 2.B-24 Liberators of 458th Bomb Group are escorted by P-51 Mustangs of the 486th Fighter Squadron, 1944-45. Photo 2 of 2.B-24D Liberator 'Lemon Drop', Lead Assembly Ship for 44th Bomb Group, US 68th Squadron, RAF Shipdam, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Jul 1944-Jun 1945
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B-24D Liberator aircraft 'Minerva', Lead Assembly Ship of 392nd Bomber Group, US 579th Bomber Squadron, RAF Wendling, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, 1944-1945, photo 1 of 2B-24D Liberator aircraft 'Minerva', Lead Assembly Ship of 392nd Bomber Group, US 579th Bomber Squadron, RAF Wendling, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, 1944-1945, photo 2 of 2B-24D Liberator aircraft 'Ready and Willing', Lead Assembly Ship of 466th Bomber Group, 784th Bomber Squadron, RAF Attlebridge, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Mar 1944-Apr 1945B-24D Liberator bomber 'Little Gramper', Lead Assembly Ship of 491st Bomber Group, US 852nd Bomber Squadron, RAF North Pickenham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Feb 1944-Jul 1945, Photo 1 of 2
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B-24D Liberator bomber 'Little Gramper', Lead Assembly Ship of 491st Bomber Group, US 852nd Bomber Squadron, RAF North Pickenham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Feb 1944-Jul 1945, Photo 2 of 2B-24D Liberator bomber 'Lucky Gordon', Lead Assembly Ship of 445th Bomber Group, US 703rd Bomber Squadron, RAF Tibenham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Jan 1944-Apr 1945B-24D Liberator bomber 'Striped Ape', lead assembly ship for the 448th Bomber Group, US 712th Bomber Squadron based at RAF Seething, Norfolk, England, UK, Oct 1944-Feb 1945, photo 1 of 2B-24D Liberator bomber 'Striped Ape', lead assembly ship for the 448th Bomber Group, US 712th Bomber Squadron based at RAF Seething, Norfolk, England, UK, Oct 1944-Feb 1945, photo 2 of 2
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B-24H Liberator aircraft 'Spotted Ass Ape', lead assembly ship for 458th Bomber Group, US 754th Bomber Squadron based at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, UK, May 1944-Mar 1945, photo 1 of 5B-24H Liberator aircraft 'Spotted Ass Ape', lead assembly ship for 458th Bomber Group, US 754th Bomber Squadron based at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, UK, May 1944-Mar 1945, photo 3 of 5B-24H Liberator aircraft 'Spotted Ass Ape', lead assembly ship for 458th Bomber Group, US 754th Bomber Squadron based at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, UK, May 1944-Mar 1945, photo 5 of 5B-24J Liberator bomber 'Tubarao', lead assembly ship of the 491st Bomber Group, US 855th Bomber Squadron based at RAF North Pickenham, Norfolk, England, UK, 1945
B-24J Liberators of the 451st Bomb Group en route to targets in Austria, 1944-45.Brightly painted Willys MB Jeep leading B-24J aircraft at an unknown USAAF Air Field; note the special orange paint within National Insignia on hood, which changed colors when exposed to nerve agentsBritish Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 1 of 2.British Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
B-24J Liberators of the 451st Bomb Group en route to targets in Austria, 1944-45.Brightly painted Willys MB Jeep leading B-24J aircraft at an unknown USAAF Air Field; note the special orange paint within National Insignia on hood, which changed colors when exposed to nerve agentsBritish Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 1 of 2.British Coastal Command Liberator III fitted with a removable air foil at the base of the fuselage for the mounting of eight HVAR air-to-surface rockets that proved very effective against submarines, 1945. Photo 2 of 2.

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