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Kitsworld Kitsworld  - 1/72 Scale Decal Sheet B-24D Liberator KW172114 B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 41-23795 Sneezy - B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 41-11776 Bashful/Jersey Jackass~
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KW172114 B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 41-23795 Sneezy - B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 41-11776 Bashful/Jersey Jackass

B-24D-5-CO 41-23795 'Sneezy' 343BS 98BG Libyan desert 1942 - 1943
Equipped with radar and was used in a sea search role early in its career, and may have been operated by other than the 343rd BS. Converted back to a bomber and served in that role with the 343rd from 3 March, 1943 through approximately 30 May 1943 during which time its name was changed to Sneezy in compliance with the Snow White Squadron directive.1 Aug 43 Sneezy had been transferred to the 344th BS and was flown on the low level Ploesti mission by Donald Johnson's crew. It's operational career ended 23 Feb 44.

B-24D 41-11776 'Bashful/Jersey Jackass' 343BS 98BG Libyan desert 1942 - 1943
Lost near the target, Ploesti.

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Kitsworld Kitsworld  - 1/72 Scale Decal Sheet B-24D Liberator KW172115 B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 42-40256 Happy - B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 41-11761 Sleepy/The Squaw~
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KW172115 B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 42-40256 Happy - B 24D 343 BS 98 BG - CO 41-11761 Sleepy/The Squaw

B-24D-40-CO 42-40256 'Happy' 343BS 98BG - Libyan desert 1942 - 1943
This aircraft was only operational from May 25,1943 to June 24,1943 when she was ditched in the Mediterranean. All on board were seen getting out of plane, but never recovered. MACR24 (24 June 1943).
P: Lt. James B. Kendall,
CP: Lt. James H.S. Lynch
N: Lt. William J. Burton
B: Lt. Joseph M. Foley
R/G: T/Sgt. Roy H. Fuller
R: Sgt. Ernesto Montoya,
WG: S/Sgt. Harvey E. Richmond
G: Sgt. Merl E. Yates
G: Sgt. Ernest E. Muse
TG: S/Sgt. Roy W. Plummer

B-24D-CO 41-11761 Sleepy/The Squaw (original) 343BS 98BGLibyan desert 1942 - 1943
One of the Pyramidiers she started life as a ugly duckling that nobody wanted to fly, but by the end of her career shefinished in a blaze of glory! She was flown by Lt. Royden L. Lebrecht, on the Ploesti Raid (operation Tidal Wave 1 August 1943). In 1942-43 she dropped 360,000 LB's of bombs in Africa, Sicily, Greece, Crete and Romania.71 Missions, downed six enemy planes and flew the equivalent of four times around the world. When The Squaw finished combat and was sent home on a war effort tour, the Sleepy nose art was removed and replaced with a large Mediterranean (MTO) map of the combat area depicting it's sorties.

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