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Cockpit of a B-24 Liberator bomber, date unknownCockpit of a B-24J Liberator bomber, date unknownAn American-built B-24 Liberator bomber en route to the United Kingdom as part of the Lend-Lease program, 18 Nov 1940C-87 Liberator (cargo variant of the B-24) at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1941 as part of the “Arabian Knight” route-mapping operation. Note the large flag marking used as neutrality markings in pre-war 1941.
Cockpit of a B-24 Liberator bomber, date unknownCockpit of a B-24J Liberator bomber, date unknownAn American-built B-24 Liberator bomber en route to the United Kingdom as part of the Lend-Lease program, 18 Nov 1940C-87 Liberator (cargo variant of the B-24) at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1941 as part of the “Arabian Knight” route-mapping operation. Note the large flag marking used as neutrality markings in pre-war 1941.
Squadron of RAF Liberators at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1941.B-24 bombers under construction at Ford Motor CompanyRAF Liberator II in Western Egypt, 1942. Note the absence of super-chargers on the engines as Lend-Lease versions of the B-24 were not equipped with them.President Roosevelt (blocked from view seated in the rear seat of the lead car) tours PB2Y Coronado production at the Consolidated Aircraft plant at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, California, United States, 25 Sep 1942.
Squadron of RAF Liberators at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1941.B-24 bombers under construction at Ford Motor Company's Willow Run Factory, circa 1941-1945RAF Liberator II in Western Egypt, 1942. Note the absence of super-chargers on the engines as Lend-Lease versions of the B-24 were not equipped with them.President Roosevelt (blocked from view seated in the rear seat of the lead car) tours PB2Y Coronado production at the Consolidated Aircraft plant at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, California, United States, 25 Sep 1942.
B-24 Liberator and PBY-5A Catalina aircraft at Naval Station Midway, Dec 1942Staged photo of maintenance crews servicing a Liberator III of RAF No 224 Squadron at Beaulieu, Hampshire, United Kingdom, Dec 1942.B-24 in flight, viewed from above, circa 1942-1945B-24 Liberator bomber taking off from an advance air field in Kunming, China, circa 1943; note P-40 Warhawk fighters in foreground
B-24 Liberator and PBY-5A Catalina aircraft at Naval Station Midway, Dec 1942Staged photo of maintenance crews servicing a Liberator III of RAF No 224 Squadron at Beaulieu, Hampshire, United Kingdom, Dec 1942.B-24 in flight, viewed from above, circa 1942-1945B-24 Liberator bomber taking off from an advance air field in Kunming, China, circa 1943; note P-40 Warhawk fighters in foreground
B-24D Liberators in formation, early 1943. This was probably a flight to test the visibility of a new National Insignia design.B-24E Liberators being built at FordConsolidated C-87 Liberator aircraft (cargo variant of the B-24) taking off on a training flight in Ft. Worth, Texas, United States, 1942Four US B-24 Liberator aircraft of the 93rd Bomb Group, 330th Bomb Squadron in formation, Dec 1942-Jun 1943
B-24D Liberators in formation, early 1943. This was probably a flight to test the visibility of a new National Insignia design.B-24E Liberators being built at Ford's Willow Run plant, late 1942 or early 1943Consolidated C-87 Liberator aircraft (cargo variant of the B-24) taking off on a training flight in Ft. Worth, Texas, United States, 1942Four US B-24 Liberator aircraft of the 93rd Bomb Group, 330th Bomb Squadron in formation, Dec 1942-Jun 1943
Karachi Airfield, 1943USAAF Ordinancemen with the 514th Bomb Squadron preparing bombs at Soluch Airfield, Benghazi, Libya, mid-1943. B-24D Liberator “Wash’s Tub” in the background was one of the bombers on the Ploesti Raid of Aug 1 1943.B-24D Liberator bomber BGen Westside T Larson, CO of Antisub Command in England, commends Capt Jack H Shaw, Navigator of B-24D Liberator “Tidewater Tillie,” at RAF St Eval, Cornwall, England after the aircraft sank a German U-Boat in the Bay of Biscay.
Karachi Airfield, 1943USAAF Ordinancemen with the 514th Bomb Squadron preparing bombs at Soluch Airfield, Benghazi, Libya, mid-1943. B-24D Liberator “Wash’s Tub” in the background was one of the bombers on the Ploesti Raid of Aug 1 1943.B-24D Liberator bomber 'Jerks Natural' of 93rd Bomber Group, US 328th Bomber Squadron at an airfield at Gambut Airfield (now Kambut), Libya, Feb 1943BGen Westside T Larson, CO of Antisub Command in England, commends Capt Jack H Shaw, Navigator of B-24D Liberator “Tidewater Tillie,” at RAF St Eval, Cornwall, England after the aircraft sank a German U-Boat in the Bay of Biscay.

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