We found 23295 aircraft

  1. 41-18272

    41-18272 'Murder Inc'

    B-26 Marauder
    Assigned to 449BS, 322BG, 9AF USAAF.

  2. 41-18276

    41-18276 Pickled Dilly

    B-26 Marauder

  3. 41-18284

    41-18284 Texas Tarantula

    B-26 Marauder

  4. 41-18289

    41-18289 'Colonial Rebel'

    B-26 Marauder
    Assigned to 449BS, 322BG, 9AF USAAF.

  5. 41-18305


    B-26 Marauder

  6. 41-18511


    C-47 Skytrain

  7. 41-18603


    C-47 Skytrain

  8. 41-18606


    C-47 Skytrain

  9. 41-18633


    C-47 Skytrain
    In 47th TCS, 313 TGG during Husky 1. Later transformed to 316 TGG. Shot down 23 september 1944

  10. 41-19896


    P-40 Warhawk

  11. 41-19952

  12. 41-20006

  13. 41-20010

    41-20010 Sweet Stuff

    P-40 Warhawk

  14. 41-20126


    C-47 Skytrain

  15. 41-20129


    C-53 Skytrooper
    20129 (MSN 4899) to USAAF Mar 23, 1942. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*E; Nose #45], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried...

  16. 41-23475

    41-23475 Katy Bug

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D - 41-23745 - Katy Bug, was assigned to the 8th Air Force, the 93rd Bomb Group, and the 328th Bomb Squadron at Alconbury, Britain. On 18 Nov, 1942, it was dispatched on a mission to bomb the U-Boat pens at Lorient, France. On landing, the...

  17. 41-23656

    41-23656 Rowdy Ann

    B-24 Liberator
    B-24 Liberator #41-23656 'Rowdy Ann' 344th BS, 98th BG, 9th AF. Flew on 1st Aug 43 Ploesti oil refinery raid, aborting before the target, pilot Allen B Gaston. A/C Renamed from 'Rowdy II' - Transferred to 376th BG / 512th BS. Returned to the States on...

  18. 41-23658

    41-23658 Thar She Blows

    B-24 Liberator
    B-24D 42-23658 was assigned to the 93rd Bomb Group 329th Bomb Squadron ar Alconbury, UK. The aircraft, piloted by Maj William Cowert, sustained battle damage on a mission to Rouen, France on 8-Mar-43 and made a crash landing at Gibralter Farm,...

  19. 41-23661

    41-23661 Black Jack

    B-24 Liberator
    Note : This B-24D, 41-23661, Black Jack, with nose art of a kicking mule, was flown by Lt. Delbert Hahn and his crew. ...

  20. 41-23665

    41-23665 Big Dealer

    B-24 Liberator
    Crashed on 10 January 1943 near Bir el Khamsa, Egypt, while en-route back to Gambut-Main after dark. Crash may have been due to fuel shortage. The injured men were taken to 21st CCS at Mersa Matruth . 4 killed and 5 returned to action.

  21. 41-23666

    41-23666 Hot Freight

    B-24 Liberator
    B-24D-1-CO 41-23666 [AG:s] was assigned to the 93BG/330BS at Hardwick, UK. on 18-Mar-43 the aircraft was despatched on a mission to bombe the port facilities at Vegesack, Germany. The aircraft sustained battle damage over the target and crashed near...

  22. 41-23667

    41-23667 'Ball of Fire' 'Barber Bob'

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to 330BS, 93BG, 8AF USAAF. Waist gunner S/Sgt Arthur L Crandall made the 8AF first kill when he downed a Fw190 on 9-Oct-42. War-Weary became group's assembly ship decorated with multicoloured stripes hence the Barber's influenced renaming....

  23. 41-23672

    41-23672 'Double Trouble'

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to 328th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF. Failed to Return (FTR) Over Water (OW). Lost to flak and fighters on 19-Jan-43. Crashed into the sea 150 miles S.E. of Malta. MACR 15484.

  24. 41-23674


    B-24 Liberator
    329BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk. Pilot: Packer, Leon C. Notes: landing accident. Location: RAF Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire, England England. Damage (0-5 increasing damage)....

  25. 41-23675

    41-23675 - Celhalopdos

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D , 41-23675, named, Celhalopdos, flown by Lt. Charles. T. Moore, was in the 8th Air Force, the 93rd Bomb Group, and the 330th Bomb Squadron. The Aircraft was lost on a mission over Naples, Italy. 15 Feb 1943. MACR 16372

  26. 41-23678

    41-23678 Big Eagle / Bathtub Bessie

    B-24 Liberator
    This aircraft was assigned to 93BG/330BS. The aircraft had been despatched from Alconbury to participate in the attack on aircraft plants at Lille, France on 9 October 1942. The aircraft was attacked on the way to the target by a German fighter near...

  27. 41-23682

    41-23682 'The Blasted Event'

    B-24 Liberator
    Temporary Duty (TDY) with the 9th Air Force at Benghazi, Libya. Flew on 1 August 1943 Ploesti oil refinery raid with 329th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF, and returned safely to Libya. ...

  28. 41-23683

    41-23683 Jo-Jo's Special Delivery, Green Dragon

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to 329BS, 93BG, 8AF USAAF. Transferred to 389BG, 8AF USAAF. When Jo-Jo's Special Delivery became war weary, it was turned into an assembly ship for the 389BG it was named Green Dragon and painted with alternating diagonal green and yellow...

  29. 41-23689

    41-23689 'Minerva'

    B-24 Liberator

  30. 41-23690


    B-24 Liberator
    B-24D SN # 41-23690, from the 8th Air force in Britain, the 44th Bomb Group, and the 68th Bomb Squadron, was on a mission to bomb the naval installation at Wilhelmshaven, Germany. The pilot was unable to find the target because of weather and...

  31. 41-23699

    41-23699 'Lemon Drop'

    B-24 Liberator
    Consolidated B-24D-1-CO Liberator (s/n 41-23699) named "Lemon Drop" from the 68th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF. ...

  32. 41-23707


    B-24 Liberator
    Crashed on 7 December 1942. Took off from Portreath for Oran, crashed into mountain on approach to Tafaroui, killing all crew members.

  33. 41-23710

    41-23710 Hare's To Ya

    B-24 Liberator
    This aircraft was assigned to the 93BG/329BS and participated in the mission to Lille, France on 7-Nov-1942. The aircraft crash-landed at RAF Exter and all the crew except pilot Capt Ralph J. McBride, Jr. were uninjured. Capt McBride sustained a wound...

  34. 41-23711

    41-23711 Jerks Natural

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D Liberator, 41-23771, named, Jerks Natural, was in the 8th Air Force, the the 93rd Bomb Group, and the 328th Bomb Squadron, based in Britain. It was detached (TDY) to the 9th Air Force in North Africa to assist the 9th Air Force on Operation...

  35. 41-23712

    41-23712 Ambros

    B-24 Liberator
    29 October 1942, B-24D-1-CO 41-23712 'Ambros' crashed at Porlock Bay, Somerset....

  36. 41-23717

    41-23717 Exterminator

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D Liberator, Exterminator, serial number 41-23717, originally flew with the 329th Bomb Squadron of the 93rd Bomb Group and was later transferred to the 93rd's 330th Bomb Squadron, in March 1943. The first mission with the 330th Bomb Squadron...

  37. 41-23722

    41-23722 Bomerang

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D, 41-23722, Bomerang, based in Britain, flew on the 93rd Bomb Group's maiden mission on 9 October 1942. It sustained the worst battle damage of the ten Liberators damaged on the mission, with over 200 holes in the plane. Due to shortages of B...

  38. 41-23723

    41-23723 Hellsadroppin

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D, 41-23723, named, Hellsadroppin, was assigned to the 8th Air Force, the 93rd Bomb Group, and the 329th Bomb Squadron in Britain, in 1942. Lt. Julian Harvey was the pilot on, Hellsadroppin, on the Ploesti mission. Lt. Harvey turned...

  39. 41-23724

    41-23724 Flying Cock, Doodlebug

    B-24 Liberator
    B-24D Liberator #41-23724 "Doodlebug" from the 512th BS, 376th BG, 9th AF. Originally assigned to 409th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF she was badly damaged in a crash landing due to battle damage on Jan 15, 43. They repaired her and transferred her to the 512th...

  40. 41-23728

    41-23728 - Hot Stuff

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D Liberator, Hot Stuff, was the 1st heavy bomber in the 8th Air Force (93rd Bomb Group, and 330th Bomb Squadron) to complete 25 missions, even though the B-17, Memphis Belle, wears the label of the first 50th mission B-24. Hot Stuff, crashed...

  41. 41-23729

    41-23729 Shoot Luke

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D, 41-23729, named, Shoot Luke, was assigned to the 328th Bomb Squadron, the 93rd Bomb Group, and the 8th Air Force, temporarily deployed (TDY) to the 9th Air Force, Benghazi, Libya. Lt. George G. Black flew Shoot Luke on the Ploesti oil...

  42. 41-23732

    41-23732 Liberty Lass

    B-24 Liberator

  43. 41-23733

    41-23733 'Skippy' 'Skipper'

    B-24 Liberator
    B-24 Liberator 41-23733 'Skipper' 344th BS, 98th BG, 9th AF....

  44. 41-23737

    41-23737 'Eager Beaver' 'Fearless Freddie'

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to 328BS, 93BG, 8AF USAAF named 'Eager Beaver'. Transferred to 704BS, 446th BG, 8AF USAAF. Became 446th Group's first assembly ship and was re-named 'Fearless Freddie'. It cracked up in Oct 44.

  45. 41-23738

    41-23738 Wham Bam

    B-24 Liberator
    ex 44th BG under 2BD Operations Order dated 29 Jan 44, originally 93rd BG....

  46. 41-23740

    41-23740 Red Ass

    B-24 Liberator
    Assigned to the 93rd Bomb Group, B-24H #41-23740 had been flown from the United States and delivered to the 2nd Bomb Wing on 2 December 1942. On 25 February 1943, the Liberator, piloted by 93rd BG pilot Jacob B. Epting, was being ferried from Port...

  47. 41-23742

    41-23742 'Liberty Lad'

    B-24 Liberator

  48. 41-23754

  49. 41-23771


    B-24 Liberator
    B-24D 41-23771 assigned to 44th BG/66th BS, Thurleigh. Crashed 3-Jan-43 near Puncheston, UK, out of fuel, on return from a mission to St. Nazaire, France. The Co-Pilot, 2Lt Dale K. Canfield died on 8-Jan-43 from injuries received in the crash. Aircraft...

  50. 41-23774

    41-23774 Geronimo, Hitler's Nightmare

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D Liberator, 41-23774, named, 774, was one of the original nine B-24s assigned to the 8th Air Force, the 44th Bomb Group, and the 67th Bomb Squadron, prior to moving to Britain and the ETO. Sep 20, 1942. ...