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US Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator bomber on an airfield at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, Jan-Feb 1944; note Corsair fighter in backgroundMechanics at Laredo Army Air Field, Texas, US checked a B-24 bomber before its flight, 8 Feb 1944Anti-submarine Leigh Light installed beneath the wing of a Liberator bomber of the RAF Coastal Command, 26 Feb 1944US Navy maintenance crews with Bombing Squadron VB-106 clean engine parts under an airplane wing during a downpour at Momote Airstrip, Los Negros, Admiralty Islands, Mar 1944. Note Jeep and Army SB-24D Liberator.
US Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator bomber on an airfield at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, Jan-Feb 1944; note Corsair fighter in backgroundMechanics at Laredo Army Air Field, Texas, US checked a B-24 bomber before its flight, 8 Feb 1944Anti-submarine Leigh Light installed beneath the wing of a Liberator bomber of the RAF Coastal Command, 26 Feb 1944US Navy maintenance crews with Bombing Squadron VB-106 clean engine parts under an airplane wing during a downpour at Momote Airstrip, Los Negros, Admiralty Islands, Mar 1944. Note Jeep and Army SB-24D Liberator.
WC-54 ambulances waiting for returning B-24 Liberator bombers of the 453rd Bomb Group at Old Buckenham in England, United Kingdom, Mar 16, 1944B-24D Liberator lead assembly ship B-24J bomber Navy photographers mates prepare aerial cameras for installation in a PB4Y-1P Liberator reconnaissance variant, circa Apr 1944, probably Momote Field on Los Negros in the Admiralty Islands.
WC-54 ambulances waiting for returning B-24 Liberator bombers of the 453rd Bomb Group at Old Buckenham in England, United Kingdom, Mar 16, 1944B-24D Liberator lead assembly ship 'Thar She Blows Again' of 93rd Bomber Group, US 329th Bomber Squadron, RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, 24 Mar 1944B-24J bomber 'Old Sack' and crew, of USAAF 493rd Bombardment Group, at RAF Debach, England, United Kingdom, spring 1944Navy photographers mates prepare aerial cameras for installation in a PB4Y-1P Liberator reconnaissance variant, circa Apr 1944, probably Momote Field on Los Negros in the Admiralty Islands.
B-24D Liberator “Angie the Ox” of the 515th Bomb Squadron over the smoking rail yards in Bucharest, Romania, Apr 4 1944B-24D Liberator aircraft B-24D Liberator Lead Assembly Ship B-24D Liberator Lead Assembly Ship
B-24D Liberator “Angie the Ox” of the 515th Bomb Squadron over the smoking rail yards in Bucharest, Romania, Apr 4 1944B-24D Liberator aircraft 'You Cawn't Miss It', lead assembly ship of 448th Bomber Group, US 712th Bomber Squadron based at RAF Seething, Norfolk, England, UK, Feb-Jun 1944B-24D Liberator Lead Assembly Ship 'Green Dragon' of 389th Bomber Group, US 566th Bomber Squadron, RAF Hethel, Norfolk, England, Feb-Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2B-24D Liberator Lead Assembly Ship 'Green Dragon' of 389th Bomber Group, US 566th Bomber Squadron, RAF Hethel, Norfolk, England, Feb-Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2
B-24 Liberator of the 705th Bomb Squadron over Orly Airfield, Paris, May 14 1944.B-24D Liberator bomber Page 1 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft Page 2 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft
B-24 Liberator of the 705th Bomb Squadron over Orly Airfield, Paris, May 14 1944.B-24D Liberator bomber 'First Sergeant' burning prior to take-off at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom after accidental discharge of box of flares by a flare gun, 27 May 1944Page 1 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft 'First Sergeant' burned at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England after a flare gun accidentally set off flares, 27 May 1944Page 2 of report describing how B-24D Liberator aircraft 'First Sergeant' burned at RAF Horsham St. Faiths, Norfolk, England after a flare gun accidentally set off flares, 27 May 1944
B-24 Liberators of the 27th and 38th Bombardment Squadrons, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, June 1944.B-24 Liberator “Memories” of the 465th Bomb Group over Ferrara, Italy Jun 5 1944.A B-24H Liberator of the 392nd Bomb Group damaged by German fighters over France making an approach for an emergency crash landing at RAF Eye, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1944.Fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator “Little Warrior” with the 861st Bomb Squadron explode over Fallersleben, Germany after anti-aircraft hit, Jun 29 1944. Photo taken by Clifford A Stocking, waist gunner on “Green Hornet.”
B-24 Liberators of the 27th and 38th Bombardment Squadrons, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, June 1944.B-24 Liberator “Memories” of the 465th Bomb Group over Ferrara, Italy Jun 5 1944.A B-24H Liberator of the 392nd Bomb Group damaged by German fighters over France making an approach for an emergency crash landing at RAF Eye, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1944.Fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator “Little Warrior” with the 861st Bomb Squadron explode over Fallersleben, Germany after anti-aircraft hit, Jun 29 1944. Photo taken by Clifford A Stocking, waist gunner on “Green Hornet.”

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