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B-24 Liberator, 41-11636, Wash's Tub, was in the 9th Air force, the 376th Bomb Group, and the 514th Bomb Squadron. It was originally a Halpro aircraft, #24, then was transferred to 98th Bomb Group before being sent to 376th. Flown by the James Bock crew on the low-level mission to Ploesti, Romania. August 1,1943

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Units

  • 376th Bomb Group

    376th Bomb Group

    Group
    Constituted as 376th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 19 Oct 1942 and activated in Palestine on 31 Oct. Began combat immediately, using B-24 aircraft. Operated with Ninth AF from bases in the Middle East, Nov 1942-Sep 1943, and with Twelfth AF from Tunisia...

  • 98th Bomb Group

    98th Bomb Group

    Group
    The 98th trained for bombardment missions with B-24 Liberators during the first half of 1942. ...

Aircraft

  • 41-11636 Wash's Tub, Liberandos

    B-24 Liberator
    The B-24D, Liberator bomber, 41-11636, first named, Wash's Tub, was first flown by Martin Walsh and was originally Halpro aircraft, #24, first, in the Halverson Project in 1942 in the 9th Air Force. It was later transferred to the 8th Air Force, the...

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Date Contributor Update
24 October 2021 08:58:21 Kickapoo Changes to caption
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Best Web - B-24 - 41-11636 - Wash's Tub

Date Contributor Update
03 August 2021 11:22:15 Kickapoo Changes to caption and mission associations
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Best Web - B-24 - WASH'S TUB

Date Contributor Update
31 March 2015 13:27:48 Al_Skiff Created entry with caption, unit associations and mission associations
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