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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer - USA

B-24D-CO "Hail Columbia"
Serial: V (41-11825)
Unit: 344th BS, 98th BG, USAAF

The aircraft of CO 98th BG Col.J.R.Kane. This aircraft took part in the Ploesti, Romania raids in 1943. It made forced landing on Cyprus on August 1st, 1943 during the raid.


Artist: © Janusz Ledwoch
Source: "Ploeszti 1943" by Janusz Ledwoch and Jacek Nowicki. Seria: Kampanie Lotnicze No.40. (c) AJ-Press, Warszawa 1997. Wydawnictwo "Militaria" 00-961, Warszawa 42 skr.pocz.106. ISBN 83-86209-58-5
Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer - USA | B-24D-CO

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