We found 22689 aircraft

  1. 41-29295

    41-29295 Bomb Totin' Mama

    B-24 Liberator

  2. 41-29298

    41-29298 Ole Satan

    B-24 Liberator

  3. 41-29299

    41-29299 Belle of Boston

    B-24 Liberator

  4. 41-29300

    41-29300 Lorelei

    B-24 Liberator
    Downed near Munich, Germany 11 July 1944

  5. 41-29301

    41-29301 Vampin' Vera

    B-24 Liberator
    Flown to England January 1944, declared war weary September 1944 and returned to US

  6. 41-29302

    41-29302 Nookish

    B-24 Liberator
    Crashed on landing Horsham St Faith, England 29 April 1944

  7. 41-29303

    41-29303 Liberty Lib

    B-24 Liberator
    Damaged on landing Horsham St Faith, England 15 July 1944

  8. 41-29305

    41-29305 I'll be Back

    B-24 Liberator
    Later renamed Hypochondriac

  9. 41-29306

    41-29306 K For King

    B-24 Liberator
    This aircraft crashed on a mission from Tibenham to Koblenz on 22 April 1944. ...

  10. 41-29313

  11. 41-29329

    41-29329 Fritzi

    B-24 Liberator

  12. 41-29331

    41-29331 "Blondies' Folly"

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to 422BS, 305BG, 8AF USAAF. 8 x combat mission. Failed to Return(FTR) Friedrichshafen, 16-Mar-44; On the return after having successfully bombed the target "Blondies' Folly" was attacked by fighters. The crew fought off a dozen fighters,...

  13. 41-29340

    41-29340 'Yankee Buzz Bomb'

    B-24 Liberator
    On 7 October 1944, two of the aircraft's engines failed as it headed off on a mission. The pilot, Albert Grice ordered his crew to bail out before he risked landing the aircraft. ...

  14. 41-29342

    41-29342 Rough Riders

    B-24 Liberator

  15. 41-29348

    41-29348 Screw Ball

    B-24 Liberator
    Involved in taxiing accident Rackheath, England 4 Apr 1944. Transferred to 491st BG, 853rd BS, crash landed Woodbridge, England 18 Sep 1944 and salvaged

  16. 41-29350

    41-29350 Spare Parts

    B-24 Liberator
    B-24 41-29350 was lost on 18 July 18 1944 over France. The aircraft took a direct hit by flak in the bomb bay while leaving the target, severing the control cables and forcing the pilots to attempt to ditch in the Channel off the coast of France. Four...

  17. 41-29352

    41-29352 Wolves Lair

    B-24 Liberator

  18. 41-29353

    41-29353

    B-24 Liberator

  19. 41-29354

    41-29354

    B-24 Liberator
    Just before midnight on 13 February 1944, B-24 (serial number 41-29354) departed Fortaleza, Brazil for Dakar, Senegal, as part of a ferrying mission from the US to the UK. At around 11:30 the next day, radio centres in North Africa were informed that...

  20. 41-29358

    41-29358 Ol' Soak

    B-24 Liberator

  21. 41-29359

    41-29359 'Tail Wind'

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to 755BS, 458BG, 8AF USAAF. Failed to Return (FTR) mission to Brunswick, Germany 5 August 1944. Flak damage caused initial loss of 2 engines, which were restarted, ran out of fuel over the Channel, ditched North Sea. 9 men survived, the Co...

  22. 41-29363

    41-29363

    B-24 Liberator

  23. 41-29364

    41-29364 Stardust

    B-24 Liberator

  24. 41-29365

    41-29365

    B-24 Liberator
    Mission 291 350 B-24s are dispatched to aviation industry targets in Brunswick 1944-04-08 - MACR #: 3840 Notes:29365 (466th BG, 787th BS) lost Apr 8, 1944. MACR 3840

  25. 41-29366

    41-29366 Dirty Gertie

    B-24 Liberator

  26. 41-29368

    41-29368 Tail Wind

    B-24 Liberator

  27. 41-29369

    41-29369 'Tender Comrade'

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned 791BS, 467BG, 8AF USAAF. Subsequently assigned to BAD 2. Lost while flying from RAF Valley to Meeks Field, Iceland 23-Jul-45 . Port outer engine caught fire and could not be controlled causing the wing outboard of engine to fail. Failed wing...

  28. 41-29370

    41-29370 Chicago Red

    B-24 Liberator

  29. 41-29371

  30. 41-29373

    41-29373 The Monster, Flak Magnet

    B-24 Liberator
    Originally assigned to 458th Bomb Group, 753rd Bomb Squadron named 'The Monster'; transferred to 467th Bomb Group, 788th Bomb Squadron around April 1944 and renamed 'Flak Magnet'

  31. 41-29374

    41-29374 Hot Box

    B-24 Liberator

  32. 41-29375

    41-29375 Lil' Peach

    B-24 Liberator

  33. 41-29378

    41-29378 Homeward Bound

    B-24 Liberator

  34. 41-29380

    41-29380 Slick Chick

    B-24 Liberator

  35. 41-29384

  36. 41-29385

    41-29385 Double Trouble

    B-24 Liberator

  37. 41-29386

    41-29386 Gerocko

    B-24 Liberator
    at 2 SAD Troston when damaged in taxiing accident 10 Feb 1945; to 310 Ferry Sqdn, crashed landed due to engine failure 3 mi W Strangford, Ireland 2 May 1945

  38. 41-29387

    41-29387 Snafu Snark

    B-24 Liberator

  39. 41-29388

    41-29388 Slick Chick

    B-24 Liberator

  40. 41-29391

    41-29391 Little LuLu

    B-24 Liberator

  41. 41-29392

    41-29392 Madame II

    B-24 Liberator

  42. 41-29393

    41-29393 Shoo-Shoo Baby

    B-24 Liberator
    later assigned to 790th BS; renamed "Pete the POM Inspector 2nd" as second formation assembly ship; nose was replaced with a B-24D greenhouse

  43. 41-29395

  44. 41-29397

    41-29397 Slugger Jr

    B-24 Liberator
    returned to US 14 Sep 1945

  45. 41-29399

    41-29399 Play Boy

    B-24 Liberator

  46. 41-29400

    41-29400 'Sagittarius'

    B-24 Liberator
    486th Bomb Group converted to B-17s in 1944; aircraft transferred to Italy 10 Jan 1945 and assigned to 15th AF, 449th BG, 716th BS and renamed "Sagittarias"

  47. 41-29401

    41-29401 The $64 Question

    B-24 Liberator
    transferred to 15th AF, 376th BG 514th BS San Pancrazio, Italy 20 Jan 1945; damaged by flak over Austria and crash landed near Stephenje, Yugoslavia 7 Feb 1945, MACR 12143

  48. 41-29402

    41-29402 Mad Monk

    B-24 Liberator
    hit trees while taking off from Attlebridge 25 Jul 1944 and crashlanded at Swanton-Morley; condemned for salvage

  49. 41-29404

    41-29404

    B-24 Liberator
    damaged on landing 20 Mar 1944

  50. 41-29407

    41-29407

    B-24 Liberator
    Aircraft was shot down by enemy fighters over Yugoslavia on a mission to Steyr Austria on 2 April, 1944