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Royal Air Force Liberator Mark IIIs of No. 120 & No. 86 Squadrons lined up at Aldergrove, Northern Ireland, circa 1943. Note the ASV Mark II anti-submarine radar antennae.US VIPs touring 14th Air Force bases in China, Aug 1943. Note the C-87A aircraft, the transport variant of the B-24 Liberator. See Comment below.2nd wave of B-24 Liberators approach the Ploesti oil refineries, Ploesti Romania, Aug 1 1943. 14 B-24s can be seen in this image.B-24 Liberator bombers over Ploesti oil fields during Operation Tidal Wave, Romania, 1 Aug 1943.
Royal Air Force Liberator Mark IIIs of No. 120 & No. 86 Squadrons lined up at Aldergrove, Northern Ireland, circa 1943. Note the ASV Mark II anti-submarine radar antennae.US VIPs touring 14th Air Force bases in China, Aug 1943. Note the C-87A aircraft, the transport variant of the B-24 Liberator. See Comment below.2nd wave of B-24 Liberators approach the Ploesti oil refineries, Ploesti Romania, Aug 1 1943. 14 B-24s can be seen in this image.B-24 Liberator bombers over Ploesti oil fields during Operation Tidal Wave, Romania, 1 Aug 1943.
B-24 Liberator during low level attack of the Ploesti oil refineries, Ploesti Romania, Aug 1 1943.B-24D Liberator “The Sandman” of the 345th Bomb Squadron over the burning Astra Romania oil refinery in Ploesti, Romania during Operation Tidal Wave, Aug 1 1943.Col Leon W Johnson points to scoreboard of B-24 Liberator “Victory Ship” as LGen Jacob L Devers and LGen Ira C Eaker look on, RAF Shipdham, Norfolk, England, UK, Nov 22 1943. The horizontal bomb represents the low level attack on Ploesti, Aug 1 1943Smoke rises from the Astra Romana refinery in Ploesti Romania following low level bombing attack by B-24 Liberators, Aug 1 1943.
B-24 Liberator during low level attack of the Ploesti oil refineries, Ploesti Romania, Aug 1 1943.B-24D Liberator “The Sandman” of the 345th Bomb Squadron over the burning Astra Romania oil refinery in Ploesti, Romania during Operation Tidal Wave, Aug 1 1943.Col Leon W Johnson points to scoreboard of B-24 Liberator “Victory Ship” as LGen Jacob L Devers and LGen Ira C Eaker look on, RAF Shipdham, Norfolk, England, UK, Nov 22 1943. The horizontal bomb represents the low level attack on Ploesti, Aug 1 1943Smoke rises from the Astra Romana refinery in Ploesti Romania following low level bombing attack by B-24 Liberators, Aug 1 1943.
B-24 Liberator of the 43rd Bomb Group during a bombing run over the major Japanese base at Salamaua, Australian New Guinea, Aug 13, 1943.B-24 Liberator B-24D Liberator “Chug-A-Lug” of the 308th Bomb Group ready for take-off from the Kwanghan Airfield, Kwanghan (now Guanghan), China, Jun-Sep 1943PB4Y-1 Liberator from US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-114 on the ramp at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa Aug 1943.
B-24 Liberator of the 43rd Bomb Group during a bombing run over the major Japanese base at Salamaua, Australian New Guinea, Aug 13, 1943.B-24 Liberator 'Rapid Robin' of the 431st Bomb Squadron parked under camouflage netting at Bellows Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Aug or Sep 1943B-24D Liberator “Chug-A-Lug” of the 308th Bomb Group ready for take-off from the Kwanghan Airfield, Kwanghan (now Guanghan), China, Jun-Sep 1943PB4Y-1 Liberator from US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-114 on the ramp at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa Aug 1943.
B-24J Liberator with the 90th Bomb Group, the Jolly Rogers, at Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1943.B-24J of USAAF 93rd BG, 328th BS in flight, circa Aug 1943 to Sep 1944; it was lost 21 Sep 1944 over BelgiumB-24 Liberator bombers of the 494th Bomb Group lined up at Barking Sands Airstrip, Kauai, Hawaii, 10 Oct 1943 just before their move to the Caroline Islands.B-24D Liberator of the 42nd Bomb Squadron being loaded with fragmentation bombs at Funafuti, Gilbert and Ellice Islands, Nov 18 1943.
B-24J Liberator with the 90th Bomb Group, the Jolly Rogers, at Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1943.B-24J of USAAF 93rd BG, 328th BS in flight, circa Aug 1943 to Sep 1944; it was lost 21 Sep 1944 over BelgiumB-24 Liberator bombers of the 494th Bomb Group lined up at Barking Sands Airstrip, Kauai, Hawaii, 10 Oct 1943 just before their move to the Caroline Islands.B-24D Liberator of the 42nd Bomb Squadron being loaded with fragmentation bombs at Funafuti, Gilbert and Ellice Islands, Nov 18 1943.
B-24J Liberator “Our Baby” of the 27th Bomb Squadron at Funafuti Airfield, Gilbert Islands, Dec 1943.B-24 Liberator bomber raiding the Japanese airfields at Cape Gloucester, New Britain in preparation of the American invasion, Dec 1943B-24D Liberator A-24B-1-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54372) at rest with dive brakes extended, 1943-45; note P-47 and B-24 aircraft in background
B-24J Liberator “Our Baby” of the 27th Bomb Squadron at Funafuti Airfield, Gilbert Islands, Dec 1943.B-24 Liberator bomber raiding the Japanese airfields at Cape Gloucester, New Britain in preparation of the American invasion, Dec 1943B-24D Liberator 'The Gremlin/Sexy Sue II Mother of Ten' of the 98th Bomb Squadron crash landed on Makin Island (now Butaritari), Gilbert Islands after battle damage over Mille Atoll (now Mili), Dec 18, 1943A-24B-1-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54372) at rest with dive brakes extended, 1943-45; note P-47 and B-24 aircraft in background

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