B-24 Liberator Surprise Attack

B-24 Liberator Surprise Attack Nose Art

Dimensions: 40" x 18"  Shipping $28.00.

This panel was painted by renowned nose art specialist Gary Velasco.


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B-24 Liberator Surprise Attack Nose Art

Dimensions: 40" x 18"

The Consolidated B-24 Liberator is the most distinguished bombers of WW II. 

The first bomber rolled off the assembly line at the Willow Run plant in Michigan September 1942.

There was a total of 18,400 B-24 bombers built.  With 8,600 built at the Willow Run plant. The B-24 became the most produced production line Bomber in World War II. It gained a prestigious wartime record. Utilized in the European, Pacific, African and Middle Eastern theaters.

It had to follow in the shadow of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, one of the greatest bombers of World War II. But it wasn't without its problems, its flying characteristics were not as good as the B-17. They made the following improvements:

  • Longer range
  • Larger munitions load
  • Tricycle style landing gear
  • Higher top airspeed
  • More efficient wing design
  • Better flight performance characteristics

The B-24 also had a much higher rate of accidents than its predecessor, the Boeing B-17.  This gave the B-24 a reputation as the widow maker.

Adding the P-51 Mustangs fighters flying in formation with the bombers the losses decreased.

Dimensions: 40"x18" in
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