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B-24H-1-FO "Lil Cookie"
Unit: 489th BG, 8th AF, USAAF
Serial: NB (42-7552)

The Assembly Ship.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.21, No.6, August 1999; Published by Guideline Publications and printed by Regal Litho Ltd. ISSN 0956-1420

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 489th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-1-FO "Lil Cookie" | NB (42-7552) Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 489th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-1-FO "Lil Cookie" | NB (42-7552)
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B-24H-1-FO "The StorK"
Unit: 726th BS, 451st BG, 49th BW, 15th AF, USAAF
Serial: 48 (42-7697)

This aircraft was lost on 17th March 1944.

Artist: unknown
Source: Osprey Publishing Limited

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 726th BS, 451st BG, 49th BW, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-1-FO "The StorK" | 48 (42-7697)
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Artist: unknown
Source: 'Combat aircraft of World War 2', the poster's album
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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 726th BS, 451st BG, 49th BW, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-1-FO "The StorK" | 48 (42-7697)
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B-24H-5-FO "Sunshine"
Unit: 719th BS, 449th BG, 47th BW, 15th AF, USAAF
Serial: A/3 (42-52106)

This aircraft was captured by Luftwaffe at Venegono, Italy March 29th, 1944. The crew compeled to be acted in German propaganda movie. MACR 3715. It was flown by Luftwaffe on penetration missions in RAF bomber streams at night in Luftwaffe markings. Shot down by German AAA April 6th, 1945 on ferry flight from Hildesheim to Bavaria.

Artist: unknown
Source: Osprey Publishing Limited

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 719th BS, 449th BG, 47th BW, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-5-FO "Sunshine" | A/3 (42-52106)
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Artist: © Don Greer
Source: 'Strangers in a Strange Land' No.6047, by by Hans-Heiri Stapfer, A Squadron/Signal Publications. ISBN 0-89747-198-9
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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 719th BS, 449th BG, 47th BW, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-5-FO "Sunshine" | A/3 (42-52106)
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B-24H-15-FO "Miss America"
Unit: 739th BS, 454th BG, 15th AF, USAAF
Serial: 30 (42-52312)

Circa 1944. Flew 133 missions.

Artist: © Andy Gaster
Source: Sent by Andy Gaster

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 739th BS, 454th BG, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-FO "Miss America" | 30 (42-52312) Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 739th BS, 454th BG, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-FO "Miss America" | 30 (42-52312)
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B-24H-15-FO "Little Lulu"
Unit: 776th BS, 464th BG, 15th AF, USAAF
Serial: J (42-52479)

South Italy. The aircraft piloted by 2nd Lt John H. James was shot down by Bf.109G fighter aircraft on its return from bombing the Pardubice town on August 24th, 1944, and it crashed at the Vlcice village, close to Jindrichuv Hradec. The only man from the crew of ten has survived.

James John H.


Artist: © Martin Novotny
Source: "Luftwaffe in Detail - Air War over the Czach Lands" Wings & Wheels Publications (WWP) - History Line No.1

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 776th BS, 464th BG, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-FO "Little Lulu" | J (42-52479)
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B-24H-5-CF "Wolf Wagon"
Unit: ? BS, 450th BG, 47th BW, 15th AF, USAAF
Serial: 5 (42-64449)

In 1944. // This aircraft was salvaged on 16th August 1945.

Artist: unknown
Source: Osprey Publishing Limited

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | ? BS, 450th BG, 47th BW, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-5-CF "Wolf Wagon" | 5 (42-64449)
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B-24H-15-CF "Pete the POM Inspector 2nd"
Unit: 467th BG, 8th AF, USAAF
Serial: P (41-29393)

The Assembly Ship. RAF Rackheath, UK, Summer 1944.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.21, No.6, August 1999; Published by Guideline Publications and printed by Regal Litho Ltd. ISSN 0956-1420

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 467th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "Pete the POM Inspector 2nd" | P (41-29393) Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 467th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "Pete the POM Inspector 2nd" | P (41-29393)
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Artist: unknown
Source: "Consolidated B-24 Liberator", PKL - Przeglad Konstrukcji Lotniczych, No.5 1/1992
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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 467th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "Pete the POM Inspector 2nd" | P (41-29393)
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B-24H-15-CF "The Striped Ape II"
Unit: 448th BG, 8th AF, USAAF
Serial: W (41-29489)

The Assembly Ship. This a/c replaced 42-63981.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.21, No.6, August 1999; Published by Guideline Publications and printed by Regal Litho Ltd. ISSN 0956-1420

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 448th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "The Striped Ape II" | W (41-29489) Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 448th BG, 8th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "The Striped Ape II" | W (41-29489)
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B-24H-15-CF "Miss Fitz"
Unit: 829th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF, USAAF
Serial: Y (41-29503)

Flew from base in Venosa, Italy.

Artist: © Andy Gaster
Source: Sent by Andy Gaster

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 829th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "Miss Fitz" | Y (41-29503)
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B-24H-15-CF "Black Zombie" (ex "The Loretta Ann")
Unit: 406th BS(NL), 801st BG, USAAF
Serial: J6-Q (41-29602)

Wherever they were to be seen, the glossy black Consolidated B-24s of the 801st Provisional Group, based at Harrington in Great Britain, stood out like big full stops. The squadrons of this group dropped supplies and agents for the French Underground. They were known by the name 'Carpetbaggers'. This illustration is a machine of the 406th BS, one of the squadrons of the group.
This B-24H-15-CF, originally 'The Loretta Ann' of the 850th BS, 490th BG coded 'N-', transferred on 6th June 1944 to 391st BS, 34th BG coded 'I', and further transferred on 18th January 1945 to the 492nd BG 856th BS who sent it on detached service to the 406th BS(NL), NL being Night Leaflet. It survived the war and returned to the US, arriving on 11th July 1945. It was stored at Albuquerque from 10th August 1945 where it was later cut up for scrap. This particular aircraft was not a Carpetbagger per se and obviously wasn't engaged in agent or supply dropping but leaflet distribution over the Continent as the war ran down.

Artist: unknown
Source: Aircraft Magazine, No.201

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer | USA | 406th BS(NL), 801st BG, USAAF | B-24H-15-CF "Black Zombie" (ex "The Loretta Ann") | J6-Q (41-29602)
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