Bill Curtis B-24 Prints 3

"Snafu Snark" was a favorite of the Malcom Dike Crew

 "GRAN SLAM" was named for its first pilot, 1st.Lt. Frederick M. Gran, 

466th Bomb Group -784th Sq. Crew #430 and 787th Sq Crew #728 

466th Bomb Group

Below are B-24 Liberator Images from the 8th Air Force  466th Bomb Group: "August 15th 1944", " "787th Squadron Liberators at dusk", Our Baby, "Laden Maid" & "Railroad Yard Raid"

 Liberators Leaving the Target

Special Orders can be designed for specific B-24 Aircraft. All aircraft are researched for specific bomb group and squadron markings. Please call for pricing details. (785)766-3351 (Bill Curtis) bcurtis419@juno.com 

A portion of the proceeds from print sales will be donated to 466th Bomb Group Association- or can be designated to another Bomb Group

"Chief Wapello"  B-24 H   SN# 42-52618 44th Bomb Group

This airplane served  in 487th BG, 839th BS, (3rd Air Division) in England as well as  the 44th BG (2nd Air Division) , it was first in 506th BS as GJ bar B (27 Aug thru 28 Sep 44). It then reappears in 66th BS as QK V+ (1 Jan thru 28 Jan 45). On return from a mission to Dortmund on 28 Jan 45, already badly damaged, the aircraft was shot down by fighters after the crew bailed out. It crashed in dense woods between the villages of Groesbeek and Berg-en-Dal, south east of Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

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