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Corgi Consolidated B-24 Liberator Heavy Bombers

Corgi Consolidated B-24 Liberator Heavy Bombers

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#AA34016 - USAAF Consolidated B-24J Liberator Heavy Bomber - "Shack Bunny", 867th Bombardment Squadron, 494th Bombardment Group, Angaur Island, Caroline Islands, 1944 (1:72 Scale)

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USAAF Consolidated B-24D Liberator Heavy Bomber - You Cawnt Miss It, Formation Assembly Ship, 448th Bombardment Group, RAF Bungay, England, February 1944
USAAF Consolidated B-24D Liberator Heavy Bomber - "You Cawn't Miss It", Formation Assembly Ship, 448th Bombardment Group, RAF Bungay, England, February 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Life for the B-24 heavy bomber began in 1939, when the Army Air Corps initiated a request for a new bomber designed to exceed the performance of the B-17. Consolidated Aircraft responded quickly with its proposal, labeled Consolidated Model 32 and, on March 30 of 1939, was awarded the contract. One day short of nine months later, on December 29, 1939, the first flight of the XB-24 bomber prototype took place.
RAF Consolidated B-24 Liberator Heavy Bomber - No. 223 Squadron, Bomber Support Unit, RAF Oulton, England, 1944
RAF Consolidated B-24 Liberator Heavy Bomber - No. 223 Squadron, Bomber Support Unit, RAF Oulton, England, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Life for the B-24 heavy bomber began in 1939, when the Army Air Corps initiated a request for a new bomber designed to exceed the performance of the B-17. Consolidated Aircraft responded quickly with its proposal, labeled Consolidated Model 32 and, on March 30th, 1939, was awarded the contract. One day short of nine months later, on December 29th, 1939, the first flight of the XB-24 bomber prototype took place.
USAAF Consolidated B-24J Liberator - Shack Bunny, 867th Bombardment Squadron, 494th Bombardment Group, Angaur Island, Caroline Islands, 1944
USAAF Consolidated B-24J Liberator Heavy Bomber - "Shack Bunny", 867th Bombardment Squadron, 494th Bombardment Group, Angaur Island, Caroline Islands, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Life for the B-24 heavy bomber began in 1939, when the Army Air Corps initiated a request for a new bomber designed to exceed the performance of the B-17. Consolidated Aircraft responded quickly with its proposal, labeled Consolidated Model 32 and, on March 30th, 1939, was awarded the contract. One day short of nine months later, on December 29th, 1939, the first flight of the XB-24 bomber prototype took place.
USAAF Consolidated B-24D-25 Liberator Heavy Bomber - "Ruth-less," 506th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, Shipdham, 1943
USAAF Consolidated B-24D-25 Liberator Heavy Bomber - "Ruth-less," 506th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, Shipdham, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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Life for the B-24 heavy bomber began in 1939, when the Army Air Corps initiated a request for a new bomber designed to exceed the performance of the B-17. Consolidated Aircraft responded quickly with its proposal, labeled Consolidated Model 32 and, on March 30th, 1939, was awarded the contract. One day short of nine months later, on December 29th, 1939, the first flight of the XB-24 bomber prototype took place.
   
 
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