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93rd Bombardment Group (Heavy)

Aircraft:B-24
Group Emblem:
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Wing:20th Combat Bombardment Wing
Division:2nd Bombardment Division
Airfield(s)
Squadrons:328th Bombardment Squadron
329th Bombardment Squadron
330th Bombardment Squadron
409th Bombardment Squadron
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Details:Prepared for combat with B-24's. Engaged in antisubmarine operations over the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, May-Jul 1942. Moved to England, Aug-Sep 1942, and assigned to Eighth AF. Entered combat on 9 Oct 1942 by attacking steel and engineering works at Lille. Until Dec 1942, operated primarily against submarine pens in the Bay of Biscay.

A large detachment was sent to North Africa in Dec 1942, the group receiving a DUC for operations in that theater, Dec 1941-Feb 1943, when, with inadequate supplies and under the most difficult desert conditions, the detachment struck heavy blows at enemy shipping and communications. The detachment returned to England, Feb-Mar 1943, and until the end of Jun the group bombed engine repair works, harbors, power plants, and other targets in France, the Low Countries, and Germany.

A detachment returned to the Mediterranean theater, Jun-Jul 1943, to support the invasion of Sicily and to participate in the famous low-level attack on enemy oil installations at Ploesti on 1 Aug. Having followed another element of the formation along the wrong course to Ploesti, the 93rd hit targets that had been assigned to other groups, but it carried out its bombing of the vital oil installations despite heavy losses inflicted by attacks from the fully-alerted enemy and was awarded a DUC for the operation.

Lt Col Addison E Baker, group commander, and Maj John L Jerstad, a former member of the group who had volunteered for this mission, were posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for action in the Ploesti raid: refusing to make a forced landing in their damaged B-24, these men, as pilot and co-pilot of the lead plane, led the group to bomb the oil facilities before their plane crashed in the target area.

After the detachment returned to England in Aug 1943, the group flew only two missions before the detachment was sent back to the Mediterranean to support Fifth Army at Salerno during the invasion of Italy in Sep 1943. The detachment rejoined the group in Oct 1943, and until Apr 1945 the 93rd concentrated on bombardment of strategic targets such as marshalling yards, aircraft factories, oil refineries, chemical plants, and cities in Germany. In addition it bombed gun emplacements, choke points, and bridges near Cherbourg during the Normandy invasion in Jun 1944; attacked troop concentrations in northern France during the St Lo breakthrough in Jul 1944; transported food, gasoline, water, and other supplies to the Allies advancing across France, Aug-Sep 1944; dropped supplies to airborne troops in Holland on 18 Sep 1944; struck enemy transportation and other targets during the Battle of the Bulge, Dec 1944-Jan 1945; and flew two missions on 24 Mar 1945 during the airborne assault across the Rhine, dropping supplies to troops near Wesel and bombing a night-fighter base at Stormede. Ceased operations in Apr 1945. Returned to the US, May-Jun 1945.

    Commanders:
  • 1st Lt Robert M Tate, 1 Mar 1942
  • Col Edward Timberlake Jr, 26 Mar 1942
  • Lt Col Addison E Baker, 17 May 1943
  • Col Leland G Fiegel, 9 Aug 1943
  • Lt Col Harvey P Barnard Jr, 27 Sep 1944
  • Col William R Robertson Jr, 5 Dec 1944
  • Lt Col Therman D Brown, 6 Apr 1945

Air Force Combat Units of World War II, Maurer, Maurer: USAF, 1986

Accident Reports:Number of Non-Combat-Related Accident reports for this group: 50

Missions

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#DATENAMETARGETSA/C LOST
1October 09, 1942VIII BC 14Industry in France; Diversion1
2October 21, 1942VIII BC 15Lorient U-boat bases; Cherbourg airfield
3November 07, 1942VII BC 16U-boat pens
4November 09, 1942VIII FC 18Uboat base in France
5November 14, 1942VII BC 19Uboat pens in France
6November 17, 1942VIII BC 20Uboat pens and an airfield in France
7November 18, 1942VIII BC 21Uboat bases
8November 22, 1942VIII BC 22Uboat pens at Lorient
9November 23, 1942VIII BC 23Uboat base at St. Nazaire
10January 02, 1943VIII BC 27AMoling operation
11January 27, 1943VIII BC 31Naval base at Wilhelmshaven, Germany
12February 02, 1943VIII BC 32Hamm marshaling yards
13February 04, 1943VIII BC 33Hamm, Germany marshalling yards
14February 15, 1943VIII BC 35Port area and shipping at Dunkirk, France
15February 16, 1943VIII BC 36Port area of St. Nazaire, France
16February 26, 1943VIII BC 37Bremen (P), Wilhelmshaven (O)
17February 27, 1943VIII BC 38U-boat pens, port and naval facilities at Brest, France
18March 04, 1943VIII BC 39Hamm, Germany marshaling yards
19March 06, 1943VIII BC 40Power plant, bridge and the port area at Lorient, France
20March 08, 1943VIII BC 41Rouen France marshaling yards
21March 12, 1943VIII BC 42Rouen-Sotteville marshalling yard
22March 17, 1943VIII BC 44Rouen-Sotteville marshaling yard
23March 18, 1943VIII BC 45Vegesack, Germany submarine yards1
24March 22, 1943VIII BC 46Wilhelmshaven, Germany Uboat yards
25March 28, 1943VIII BC 47Rouen-Sotteville marshaling yard
26March 31, 1943VIII BC 48Rotterdam, Netherlands shipyards and dock areas1
27April 05, 1943VIII BC 50Antwerp, Belgium industrial areas
28April 16, 1943VIII BC 51Brest and Lorient Uboat bases3
29May 01, 1943VIII BC 53Sainte-Nazaire, France U-boat base and shipyard
30May 17, 1943VIII BC 58Lorient, France Uboat base and port area
31May 29, 1943VIII BC 61St. Nazaire Uboat base
32September 06, 1943VIII BC 91Aircraft and bearing factories in and around Stuttgart, Germany
33September 09, 1943VIII BC 94Operation STARKEY: rehearsal for the invasion of France
34September 15, 1943VIII BC 95Aviation industry in France1
35October 08, 1943VIII BC 111Bremen and Vegesack, Germany ship yards
36October 09, 1943VIII BC 113Industrial targets and ports in Germany2
37October 10, 1943VIII BC 114Railroads and waterways in and around Munster, Germany
38October 14, 1943VIII BC 115City area and ball bearing plants at Schweinfurt, Germany
39October 20, 1943VIII BC 116Industrial area at Duren, Germany
40November 03, 1943VIII BC 119Wilhelmshaven, Germany port area
41November 05, 1943VIII BC 121Rail targets in Germany
42November 13, 1943VIII BC 130Port area of Bremen, Germany
43November 16, 1943VIII BC 131Targets in Norway
44November 18, 1943VIII BC 132Oslo/Kjeller airfield in Norway1
45November 26, 1943VIII BC 138Bremen, Germany
46December 01, 1943VIII BC 145Solingen and Leverkusen, Germany industrial areas2
47December 05, 1943VIII BC 149Airfields in France
48December 11, 1943VIII BC 151Emden, Germany industrial area
49December 13, 1943VIII BC 154Bremen and Kiel, Germany port areas
50December 16, 1943VIII BC 156Bremen, Germany port area
51December 20, 1943VIII BC 159Bremen, Germany port area2
52December 22, 1943VIII BC 161Marshalling yards at Osnabruck and Munster, Germany5
53December 24, 1943VIII BC 164Pas-de-Calais V-Weapons sites
54December 30, 1943VIII BC 169Ludwigshafen port area
55December 31, 1943VIII BC 171Airfields in France1
56January 04, 19448AF BC 174Targets in Germany1
57January 05, 19448AF BC 176Kiel shipyards and industrial area
58January 07, 19448AF BC 178I G Farben plant at Ludwigshafen, Germany3
59January 11, 19448AF FC FO 182Aviation targets in Germany
60January 14, 19448AF BC 183Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites
61January 21, 19448AF BC 187Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites
62January 28, 19448AF BC 195Bonniere V-weapons site
63January 29, 19448AF BC 198Frankfurt Industrial area
64January 30, 19448AF BC 200Aviation targets in Brunswick, Germany1
65January 31, 19448AF 203St. Pol / Siracourt V-weapons sites
66February 02, 19448AF 205St. Pol / Siracourt V-weapons sites
67February 04, 19448AF 208Frankfurt railroad marshalling yards1
68February 05, 19448AF 210Airfields in France
69February 08, 19448AF 214Siracourt and Watten V-weapons sites; Frankfurt marshaling yards
70February 10, 19448AF 216Brunswick industrial area
71February 11, 19448AF 218Siracourt V-weapons site; Frankfurt area marshaling yards1
72February 12, 19448AF 220St. Pol / Siracourt V-weapons sites
73February 13, 19448AF 221Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites
74February 15, 19448AF 223St. Pol / Siracourt V-weapons sites
75February 20, 19448AF 226Tutow and Rostock airfields; Aviation industry in Germany
76February 21, 1944B228Airfields in Germany
77February 22, 19448AF 230Aviation targets in Germany
78February 24, 19448AF 233Schweinfurt industrial area1
79February 25, 19448AF 235Aviation targets in Germany2
80February 28, 19448AF 237Ecalles sur Buchy V-weapons site
81February 29, 19448AF 241Lottinghen V-weapons site
82March 02, 19448AF 244Frankfurt, Germany marshaling yards1
83March 03, 19448AF 246Wilhelmshaven, Germany port area
84March 05, 19448AF 248Airfields in France
85March 06, 19448AF 250Berlin industrial areas1
86March 08, 19448AF 252Berlin industrial areas
87March 09, 19448AF 253Berlin industrial areas
88March 11, 19448AF 255Munster marshaling yards
89March 13, 19448AF 257Poix airfield in France
90March 16, 19448AF 262Augsburg, Germany and T/Os2
91March 18, 19448AF 264Aviation targets in Germany1
92March 20, 19448AF 269Frankfurt industrial area
93March 21, 19448AF 270Watten V-weapon site
94March 22, 19448AF 273Berlin aviation industry areas
95March 23, 19448AF 275Brunswick aviation targets
96March 28, 19448AF 283Airfields in France
97March 29, 19448AF 284Brunswick industrial area and Watten V-weapons site
98April 01, 19448AF 287Ludwigshafen chemical industry2
99April 05, 19448AF 288St. Pol / Siracourt V-weapons sites
100April 06, 19448AF 290Watten V-weapons site
101April 08, 19448AF 291Aviation targets in Germany1
102April 09, 19448AF 293Aviation targets in Germany
103April 10, 19448AF 295Airfields in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany
104April 11, 19448AF 298Aviation targets in Germany
105April 12, 19448AF 300Schweinfurt industrial area
106April 13, 19448AF 301Schweinfurt industrial area
107April 17, 19448AF 304Wizernes V-weapons site
108April 18, 19448AF 306Watten V-weapons site
109April 18, 19448AF 306Aviation targets in Germany
110April 19, 19448AF 308Aviation targets in Germany
111April 19, 19448AF 308Aviation targets in Germany
112April 20, 19448AF 309V-weapon sites in France
113April 22, 19448AF 311Hamm, Germany marshaling yards
114April 24, 19448AF 315Aviation targets in Germany
115April 25, 19448AF 317Marshaling yards in Germany and airfields in France
116April 25, 19448AF 317Marshaling yards in Germany and airfields in France
117April 26, 19448AF 319Brunswick industrial area and Cologne
118April 27, 19448AF 322Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites
119April 28, 19448AF 325Marquise V-weapons site
120April 29, 19448AF 327Berlin city area
121April 30, 19448AF 329Airfields in France; V-weapons in France
122May 01, 19448AF 333Marshaling yards in France
123May 01, 19448AF 332V-weapon sites in France (CROSSBOW)
124May 02, 19448AF 335V-weapons sites in the Pas-de-Calais area of France
125May 03, 19448AF 336V-weapons sites at Wizernes, France
126May 05, 19448AF 339Sottevast V-weapons site
127May 06, 19448AF 340Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites
128May 07, 19448AF 342Berlin targets of opportunity, Munster and Osnabruck industrial areas
129May 08, 19448AF 344Targets in Germany
130May 09, 19448AF 347Marshaling yards and airfields in France, Belgium and Luxembourg
131May 11, 19448AF 350Marshaling yards and airfields in France
132May 12, 19448AF 353German oil industry targets1
133May 13, 19448AF 355Oil production facilities in Germany and Czechoslovakia
134May 15, 19448AF 356Marquise V-weapons site
135May 19, 19448AF 358Targets in Germany: Factories and Wilhelm-Strasse Railroad Station
136May 21, 19448AF 360V-weapon sites in France
137May 22, 19448AF 361Kiel port and Siracourt V-weapons site
138May 23, 19448AF 364Airfields and rail targets in France
139May 24, 19448AF 367Airfields in France and Financial District, Admiralty, War Offices in Berlin area
140May 25, 19448AF 370Airfields, rail targets and coastal batteries in France
141May 27, 19448AF 373Rail targets in Germany and France
142May 28, 19448AF 376Oil production facilities in Germany
143May 29, 19448AF 379Aviation and oil targets in Germany
144May 30, 19448AF 380Industry in Germany, rail targets in France and Belgium
145May 31, 19448AF 382Aviation and rail targets in Germany; rail targets in France and Belgium
146June 02, 19448AF 384, 385V-weapons sites, airfields and rail targets in France
147June 03, 19448AF 388Pas de Calais defenses
148June 04, 19448AF 389Pas de Calais coastal defenses
149June 04, 19448AF 390Pas de Calais coastal defenses
150June 05, 19448AF 392Le Havre, Caen, Boulogne, Cherbourg coastal defenses
151June 06, 19448AF 394Coastal targets in invasion area
152June 07, 19448AF 397, 398Tactical targets in NW France
153June 08, 19448AF 400Rail targets and airfields in France
154June 10, 19448AF 403Tactical targets in France, airfields and chokepoints
155June 11, 19448AF 405Airfields and rail targets in Paris, Brittany and Loire valley
156June 12, 19448AF 407Airfields and bridges in France
157June 13, 19448AF 410Airfields in France2
158June 14, 19448AF 412Airfields in France and the low countries; supply sites in France
159June 15, 19448AF 414Airfields and rail targets in France; Oil targets in Germany
160June 16, 19448AF 416Airfields and NOBALL targets in France
161June 17, 19448AF 418Airfields in France
162June 18, 19448AF 421Oil targets in Germany
163June 20, 19448AF 425Oil and industrial targets in Germany, V-weapons sites in France2
164June 21, 19448AF 429Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites1
165June 21, 19448AF 428Oil production facilities in Germany; first Shuttle mission to USSR (Operation FRANTIC)1
166June 22, 19448AF 432Industry and airfields in NW France
167June 23, 19448AF 435 and 436Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites; rail and airfield targets in NW France
168June 24, 19448AF 439Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites; rail and airfield targets in NW France1
169June 24, 19448AF 438Oil production facilities in Germany, bridges and airfields in France
170June 25, 19448AF 441, 442Airfields and electric power installtions in France
171June 27, 19448AF 443Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites; airfield in France
172June 29, 19448AF 447Strategic targets in Leipzig area
173July 02, 19448AF 450Pas-de-Calais V-weapons sites
174July 05, 19448AF 453Airfields in Holland and Belgium; Noball and rail targets in France
175July 06, 19448AF 455V-weapon sites in France; Kiel shipyards
176July 11, 19448AF 466Munich and southern Germany
177July 12, 19448AF 469Munich and southern Germany
178July 13, 19448AF 471Munich and southern Germany
179July 16, 19448AF 476Munich area
180July 17, 19448AF 478 and 479Tactical targets in France; V-weapons sites in Pas-de-Calais
181July 18, 19448AF 481Tactical targets in France; Kiel oil targets; Peenemunde area
182July 20, 19448AF 484Oil and industrial targets in W Germany
183July 21, 19448AF 486Aircraft industry, airfields and ball-bearing plants in SW Germany1
184July 23, 19448AF 490Airfields in France
185July 24, 19448AF 492Tactical support for Operation COBRA
186July 25, 19448AF 494Tactical support for Operation COBRA
187July 28, 19448AF 501Targets in Belgium, France and Germany
188July 29, 19448AF 503Oil targets in Germany and airfields in France
189July 31, 19448AF 507Targets in Germany and airfields in France
190August 01, 19448AF 508Airfields, bridges, tactical targets in France
191August 02, 19448AF 510, 511Tactical targets in France
192August 04, 19448AF 516GH attack V-weapon sites and coastal batteries
193August 04, 19448AF 514Oil refineries, aircraft factories
194August 05, 19448AF 519, 520, 521Strategic targets in Germany, V-weapons site, GH test
195August 06, 19448AF 524Refineries and factories in Germany; Noball targets in France
196August 08, 19448AF 530, 8AF 531Airfields and Noball targets in France
197August 11, 19448AF 541, 542, 543Rail, fuel, troops in Brest peninsula
198August 12, 19448AF 545Metz and airfields in central and eastern France
199August 13, 19448AF 548, 549, 550Support of Ground troops near Le Havre; transportation around Paris1
200August 14, 19448AF 552Airfield, rail in France; aviation and oil plants in Germany
201August 15, 19448AF 554Airfields in Germany and the Low Countries
202August 16, 19448AF 556Oil refineries and aircraft plants in Germany
203August 24, 19448AF 568Strategic targets in Germany
204August 26, 19448AF 575, 576, 577, 578, 575: Brest gun batteries; 576: oil, fuel, chemicals; 577: bridge; 578: TV bombs
205August 30, 19448AF 590 & 8AF 591590: V-1 launching sites; 591: Kiel and Bremen
206September 08, 19448AF 611Industry in Mainz and Ludwigshafen
207September 10, 19448AF 619, 8AF 620Targets in Stuttgart area
208September 11, 19448AF 623Attacks on synthetic oil plants and refinery3
209September 12, 19448AF 626Attacks on Germany oil industry
210September 18, 19448AF 639Re-supply of US airborne forces in the Nijmegan-Eindhoven area2
211September 21, 19448AF 44Targets in western Germany1
212September 22, 19448AF 645Vehicle factories in Kassel, Germany
213September 25, 19448AF 647Rail targets in western Germany and oil plant at Ludwigshafen
214September 26, 19448AF 648Rail targets and vehicle factories in western Germany
215September 27, 19448AF 650Industry and transportation targets in western Germany
216September 28, 19448AF 652Oil and vehicle plants in central Germany
217September 30, 19448AF 655Rail and aviation targets in western Germany
218October 02, 19448AF 658; 8AF 659Industrial targets in Cologne and Kassel; Hamm marshaling yard
219October 03, 19448AF 662Airfields and industrial targets in Germany
220October 05, 19448AF 665Industry, airfields and railways in Germany
221October 06, 19448AF 667Industry in northern Germany
222October 07, 19448AF 669Oil installations and vehicle plants
223October 09, 19448AF 670Industrial targets in south and central Germany1
224October 12, 19448AF 674Airfield and marshalling yard1
225October 14, 19448AF 676, 8AF 677Rail targets in Germany
226October 15, 19448AF 678Industrial, oil and rail targets in Cologne, Germany area
227October 17, 19448AF 681Targets in Cologne area
228October 19, 19448AF 683Industrial targets in Mannheim and Mainz
229October 22, 19448AF 685Targets in western Germany
230October 25, 19448AF 688Oil and industry in western Germany
231October 26, 19448AF 689Industry and comm targets in western Germany
232October 30, 19448AF 693Oil industry in Germany
233November 01, 19448AF 696Oil installations and a rail bridge
234November 02, 19448AF 698Oil and rail targets in Central Germany
235November 04, 19448AF 700Oil installations in western Germany1
236November 05, 19448AF 702Marshalling yards in western Germany
237November 06, 19448AF 704Oil installations in western Germany
238November 08, 19448AF 705Oil and rail targets in Germany
239November 09, 19448AF 707Tactical targets in Metz and Thionville areas
240November 10, 19448AF 709Airfield in western Germany
241November 11, 19448AF 712Oil and rail targets in western Germany
242November 16, 19448AF 715Tactical targets near Aachen
243November 21, 19448AF 720Oil industry in Germany
244November 25, 19448AF 723Synthetic oil installation at Merseburg and Bingen rail yard
245November 26, 19448AF 725Rail and oil installation in western Germany
246November 27, 19448AF 727Marshalling yards in Germany
247November 29, 19448AF 729Rail and oil targets Germany
248November 30, 19448AF 731Rail and oil targets Germany
249December 02, 19448AF 734Rail marshaling yards in Germany
250December 04, 19448AF 736Rail targets in Germany
251December 05, 19448AF 728, 8AF 729Berlin weapons works and Munster rail yards; 729: Aphrodite op
252December 10, 19448AF 745Rail targets in Germany
253December 11, 19448AF 746Rail targets and bridge in western Germany
254December 12, 19448AF 748Oil and rail targets in Germany
255December 19, 19448AF 756Tactical targets in the Ardennes to impede German offensive
256December 24, 19448AF 759, 760Airfields and communications center in Gemany (760) and French U-boat coastal batteries (759)
257December 25, 19448AF 761Communication and rail targets west of the Rhine
258December 26, 19448AF 762Rail targets behind battle area
259December 27, 19448AF 764Rail targets in western Germany
260December 28, 19448AF 766Rail and road bridges in western Germany
261December 29, 19448AF 769Communications targets in western Germany
262December 30, 19448AF 770Rail and communications targets in western Germany
263December 31, 19448AF 772Strategic targets and comm centers along German supply lines
264January 01, 19458AF 774Oil and rail targets in western Germany
265January 02, 19458AF 776Communications and tactical targets in western Germany
266January 03, 19458AF 778Rail and communications targets in western Germany
267January 05, 19458AF 781Rail targets and airfield in central Germany
268January 06, 19458AF 783Rail and communications targets in western Germany
269January 07, 19458AF 785Comm centers, rail targets, bridges and oil depots in western Germany
270January 08, 19458AF 787Comm centers, rail targets, bridges in western Germany
271January 10, 19458AF 789Airfields, rail targets and bridges in Germany
272January 13, 19458AF 791Marshalling yards and Rhine rail bridges
273January 14, 19458AF 792Oil facilities in central Germany and highway bridges at Cologne
274January 16, 19458AF 796Oil and industrial targets in Germany1
275January 17, 19458AF 798Oil refineries at Hamburg and Harburg2
276January 28, 19458AF 809Marshalling yards, bridges and benzol plant at Dortmund3
277January 29, 19458AF 811Industrial plants at Kassel and rail targets in central Germany
278January 31, 19458AF 813Aborted due to weather
279February 03, 19458AF 817Major attack on Berlin and Madgeburg oil industry1
280February 06, 19458AF 821Oil targets in Germany1
281February 09, 19458AF 824Oil targets in Germany
282February 14, 19458AF 830Oil and rail targets in Germany
283February 15, 19458AF 832Oil plants at Magdeburg and rail targets in Germany
284February 16, 19458AF 833Oil plants and marshaling yards in central Gemany
285February 19, 19458AF 835Oil, industry and rail targets
286February 21, 19458AF 839Rail targets in Nuremburg
287February 22, 19458AF 841Operation Clarion: major attack on German rail and road targets
288February 23, 19458AF 843Second day of Clarion mission
289February 24, 19458AF 845Oil refineries and rail targets1
290February 25, 19458AF 847Tank factories; jet airfields; oil depots
291February 26, 19458AF 849Attacks on targets in Berlin
292February 27, 19458AF 851Road and rail targets in Halle and Leipzig
293February 28, 19458AF 854Rail targets in Germany
294March 01, 19458AF 857Marshalling yards in central and southern Germany
295March 02, 19458AF 859Synthetic oil plants and tank works
296March 03, 19458AF 861Oil refineries in Germany
297March 04, 19458AF 863Jet airfields and industrial targets
298March 07, 19458AF 869Oil and communication targets
299March 08, 19458AF 872Synthetic oil plants and rail targets
300March 11, 19458AF 881U-boat yards and oil installations in northern Germany
301March 12, 19458AF 883Marshalling yards
302March 14, 19458AF 886Rail, oil and industrial targets
303March 15, 19458AF 889German Army HQ and rail targets
304March 17, 19458AF 892Oil, industrial and rail targets
305March 18, 19458AF 894Rail and tank plants in Berlin area
306March 19, 19458AF 896Industry, rail and airfield targets in Germany
307March 20, 19458AF 898Hamburg area targets
308March 21, 19458AF 901, 902, 903, 904Jet fighter bases
309March 22, 19458AF 906Attacks on barracks, camps and airfields
310March 23, 19458AF 908Rail targets in west and central Germany1
311March 24, 19458AF 911Operations in support of Operation VARSITY - crossing of the Rhine
312March 25, 19458AF 913Oil plants
313March 30, 19458AF 918Uboat construction and operation targets
314March 31, 19458AF 920Synthetic oil plants, munition and vehicles factories
315April 04, 19458AF 926Airfields in Germany
316April 05, 19458AF 928Ordnance depots, marshalling yards and airfields1
317April 06, 19458AF 930Leipzig area
318April 07, 19458AF 931Ordnance depots, marshalling yards and airfields
319April 08, 19458AF 932Ordnance depots, marshalling yards and airfields
320April 09, 19458AF 935Oil depot, ammunition plant and jet airfields
321April 10, 19458AF 938Jet airfields and army base near Berlin
322April 11, 19458AF 941Airfields, munitions and rail targets
323April 14, 19458AF 948Bordeaux strong points and batteries
324April 15, 19458AF 951Bordeaux and Royan strong points and batteries
325April 16, 19458AF 954, 8AF 955Rail and communication centers
326April 17, 19458AF 957Rail targets in E Germany and Czechoslovakia
327April 18, 19458AF 959Rail targets in Germany
328April 19, 19458AF 961Rail targets in Germany
329April 20, 19458AF 962Rail targets in Berlin and Czechoslovakia
330April 21, 19458AF 963Jet airfields and rail targets in southeast Germany
331April 25, 19458AF 968Airfields and rail targets in Czechoslovakia and southeast Germany
TOTAL AIRCRAFT LOST:68

Non-Combat Related Accidents

#DATEREPORT
11942-10-29Aircraft: B-24D (#41-23712).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Holmley South, Hampshire.
Pilot: Williams, William J Ii.
Notes: killed in crash ground collision.
Location: 1 mi NNW of Porlock, Somerset, England England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
21942-11-09Aircraft: B-24D (#41-23686).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Alconbury, Cambridgeshire.
Pilot: Alberts, Warren E.
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: RAF Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
31942-12-02Aircraft: B-24D (#41-23674).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Packer, Leon C.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: RAF Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire, England England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
41943-04-26Aircraft: B-24D (#41-23934).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Bungay, Suffolk.
Pilot: McBride, Ralph J.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Bungay, Suffolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
51943-05-03Aircraft: B-24 (#41-23728).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Bovindon, Hertfordshire.
Pilot: Shannon, Frank M.
Notes: killed in a crash.
Location: Kaldadarnes/ nr Iceland.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
61943-05-28Aircraft: B-24D (#41-24309).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Bungay, Suffolk.
Pilot: Derx, William L.
Notes: killed crash on take off eng failure.
Location: Bungay, Suffolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
71943-08-20Aircraft: B-24D (#41-23744).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Charleson, Norman (NMI).
Notes: crash landing.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
81943-10-18Aircraft: B-24D (#42-63974).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Thomas, James M.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Neaton/Sta 505 England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
91943-10-30Aircraft: B-24D (#42-40246).
Organization: / 93BG of .
Pilot: Kilcheski, Frank.
Notes: killed in a crash due to mechanical or material failure.
Location: Bedford/ nr England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
101944-01-20Aircraft: B-24H (#41-29182).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Comey, Richard J.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Metfield, Suffolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
111944-01-31Aircraft: B-24H (#42-63970).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Pettit, Richard J.
Notes: bailed out due to mechanical failure.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
121944-02-03Aircraft: B-24D (#41-24192).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Roberts, Robert W.
Notes: killed in landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
131944-02-22Aircraft: B-24J (#42-100289).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Johnson, Robert J.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
141944-03-03Aircraft: B-24J (#42-99939).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Sneddon, Gomer J.
Notes: killed in crashed on take off.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
151944-03-13Aircraft: B-24J (#42-100363).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Chamberlain, Alfred C.
Notes: killed due to structural failure.
Location: East Wrentham/ nr Sta 133 England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
161944-03-29Aircraft: B-24J (#42-110033).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Makinster, Chester D.
Notes: killed in mid air collision.
Location: Halesworth/6mi E England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
171944-03-29Aircraft: B-24H (#41-28590).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: McFetrich, Robert L.
Notes: killed in mid air collision.
Location: Halesworth/6mi E England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
181944-05-01Aircraft: B-24H (#42-7621).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Schteiner, Albert A.
Notes: take off accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
191944-06-16Aircraft: B-24J (#42-110086).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Soviar, Stephen A.
Notes: crash landing.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
201944-06-16Aircraft: B-24H (#42-7504).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Geer, John H.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
211944-08-11Aircraft: B-24J (#42-110072).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Gruener, Harry H.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
221944-09-16Aircraft: RDB-7B (#451).
Organization: Hq / 93BG of Mendlesham, Suffolk.
Pilot: Hamlyn, Raymond E.
Notes: mid air collision.
Location: Barkston Heath/Sta 483 England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
231944-10-10Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50628).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Kennon, Paul D.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Harkwick/Sta 104 England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
241944-10-12Aircraft: B-24H (#42-94965).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: McGuire, Edward L Jr.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
251944-10-15Aircraft: B-24H (#41-29586).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: [ground crew].
Notes: ground accident destroyed by fire.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 5
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
261944-11-04Aircraft: B-24H (#42-95242).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Bakewell, Peter (NMI).
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
271944-11-16Aircraft: B-24H (#42-94970).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of .
Pilot: King, Donovan F.
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: RAF Hartford Bridge England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 2
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
281944-11-16Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50505).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of .
Pilot: .
Notes: unknown.
Location: RAF Hartford Bridge England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage):
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
291944-11-18Aircraft: B-24J (#42-99937).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Buckner, Malcolm W.
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: RAF Blackbush England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
301944-11-20Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50714).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Eiben, Frank J.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
311944-11-25Aircraft: B-24J (#42-100427).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Buhler, Russell (NMI).
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
321944-12-12Aircraft: B-24J (#42-100334).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Dignam, Joseph E.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
331945-01-07Aircraft: UC-64A (#44-70291).
Organization: / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Hurr, Arthur P.
Notes: ground looped.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
341945-01-10Aircraft: B-24H (#42-50362).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Searles, David S.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Bungay, Suffolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
351945-01-11Aircraft: B-24H (#42-94889).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Webb, Guy M.
Notes: landing accident due to mechanical fail.
Location: Warton, Lancashire England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
361945-01-16Aircraft: B-24J (#42-51432).
Organization: 329BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Robertson, William R.
Notes: take off accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
371945-01-31Aircraft: B-24J (#44-10494).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Jennings, Howard E.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: RAF Catfoss England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
381945-01-31Aircraft: B-24H (#42-94971).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Simpson, Edmund P.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: RAF Carnaby England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
391945-02-22Aircraft: B-24J (#42-110068W).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: McGuire, Edward L Jr.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
401945-02-27Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50714).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Tully, Joseph J.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
411945-03-07Aircraft: B-24J (#42-109867).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Williams, William H.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
421945-03-22Aircraft: B-24J (#44-10578).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Bolton, Howard F.
Notes: ground accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 1
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
431945-03-30Aircraft: B-24H (#42-52211WW).
Organization: 328BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Clement, Joseph W Jr.
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: Le Bourget, France France.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage):
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
441945-03-31Aircraft: B-24J (#42-51241).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Tucker, Marvin L.
Notes: killed in a crash.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 4
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
451945-04-11Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50529).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Threlkeld, James E.
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: Chievres, Belgium Belgium.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 1
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
461945-04-26Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50781).
Organization: 409BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Mischler, William J.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 3
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
471945-05-12Aircraft: B-24H (#42-53588WW).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: [parked aircraft].
Notes: ground accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 1
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
481945-05-12Aircraft: B-24J (#42-51063).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: [parked aircraft].
Notes: ground accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 1
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
491945-05-12Aircraft: B-24J (#42-100355).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Menard, Ernest M.
Notes: landing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 1
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/
501945-05-12Aircraft: B-24J (#42-50501).
Organization: 330BS / 93BG of Hardwick, Norfolk.
Pilot: Heller, Robert H.
Notes: taxiing accident.
Location: Hardwick, Norfolk England.
Damage (0-5 increasing damage): 1
source: Aviation Archaeology http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/

Aircraft

  • These are aircraft that were in this group at one time
  • List is in serial number order
  • Aircraft may be listed more than once if there are notes from multiple sources.
MODELSERIAL #A/C NAMEGROUPSQUADRONAC CODEMACR REPORT #
Consolidated B-24D-CO Liberator41-11613n/a 93BG n/a333
11613 was HALPRO #10 'Florine Jo Jo/Blue Streak', later to 93rd BG. Lost with 93rd BG on Ploesti raid Rumania Aug 1, 1943. MACR 333. I have another reference (Al Blue) which has this plane as having been scrapped Nov 20, 1944. The IARC has this plane as returning to USA Feb 26, 1944-Mar 2, 1944, and going to reclamation at Keesler AAF, MS Nov 20, 1944, and reclamation completed as RB-24D May 24, 1946
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

B-24D-20-CO41-24122MISSOURI SUE 93BG 409BS15730
see: http://www.flickr.com/photos/18532986@N07/6715121873/
Source: unknown -

Douglas-Tulsa B-24H-1-DT Liberator41-28590n/a 93BG 328FS
28590 (93rd BG, 328th BS) crashed and exploded Mar 29, 1944 at Henham Park, Suffolk during assembly after midair collision with 42-110033 Mar 29, 1944. Also listed as being lost with 449th BG Oct 13, 1944, with MACR number 13505
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Douglas-Tulsa B-24H-1-DT Liberator41-28626n/a 93BG 409BS2925
28626 (93rd BG, 409th BS) MIA France Feb 5, 1944. MACR 2925
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-1-CF Liberator41-29133n/a 93BG 328FS2181
29133 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Feb 4, 1944. MACR 2181
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-1-CF Liberator41-29178n/a 93BG n/a
29178 (93rd BG, later 330th BG) declared war weary Dec 24, 1944.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-15-CF Liberator41-29456n/a 93BG n/a12793
29456 (93rd BG) lost Feb 26, 1945. MACR 12793
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-15-CF Liberator41-29549n/a 93BG n/a
29549 (93rd BG) forced landing in Belgium after raid on Clasthal-Zellerfeld munitions factory Oct 7, 1944. I have an MACR (number 10611) which has this one as being lost Dec 16, 1944 with the 456th BG, 745th BS.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-15-CF Liberator41-29586The US Express 93BG 328FS
29586 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *The US Express*) caught fire at Hardwick, Norfolk, UK after landing from ission to Cologne Oct 15, 1944. Airframe destroyed.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-70-CO Liberator42-100116n/a 93BG 330BS3533
100116 (93rd BG, 330th BS) interned in Switzerland Mar 16, 1944. MACR 3533
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-85-CO Liberator42-100236n/a 93BG 707BS2906
100236 (93rd BG, 707th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany. MACR 2906
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-85-CO Liberator42-100248n/a 93BG 409BS3563
100248 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Apr 1, 1944, France. MACR 3563
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-90-CO Liberator42-100294n/a 93BG 328FS6742
100294 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Jun 24, 1944. MACR 6742
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-90-CO Liberator42-100323n/a 93BG 330BS2926
100323 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost Feb 25, 1944, Germany. MACR 2926
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-90-CO Liberator42-100334n/a 93BG 409BS
100334 (93rd BG, 409th BS) shot down by friendly AAA while flying in restricted zone off UK coast Mar 5, 1945.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-95-CO Liberator42-100336n/a 93BG 409BS8839
100336 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Sep 11, 1944. MACR 8839
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-95-CO Liberator42-100345n/a 93BG 409BS2907
100345 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Mar 2, 1944, France. MACR 2907
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-95-CO Liberator42-100355n/a 93BG 330BS
100355 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 'Miss Star Dust') salvaged at Hardwick May 22, 1945 with damaged nose.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-95-CO Liberator42-100363n/a 93BG n/a5018
100363 (93rd BG) lost May 13, 1944, England. MACR 5018
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-100-CO Liberator42-100416Baggy Maggy 93BG 409BS
100416 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Baggy Maggy*) lost Sep 18, 1944, Holland
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-100-CO Liberator42-100428n/a 93BG 328FS
100428 (93rd BG, 328th BS) salvaged as war-weary.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-105-CO Liberator42-109810Sterile Errol 93BG 330BS
109810 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Sterile Errol*) salvaged at Hardwick after heavy battle and fire damage Apr 1, 1944.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-105-CO Liberator42-109815n/a 93BG 409BS10359
109815 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Nov 4, 1944. MACR 10359
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-105-CO Liberator42-109816n/a 93BG n/a6544
109816 (93rd BG) interned in Sweden Jun 21, 1944. MACR 6544
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-105-CO Liberator42-109832n/a 93BG 330BS2957
109832 (93rd BG, 330th BS) shot down by flak over Berlin Mar 6, 1944. 9 KIA, 3 POW. MACR 2957.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-105-CO Liberator42-109837n/a 93BG 409BS
109837 (93rd BG, 409th BS) returned to USA May 1945.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-125-CO Liberator42-110033n/a 93BG 330BS
110033 (93rd BG, 330th BS) collided with 41-28590 and crashed at Henham Park, Suffolk Mar 29, 1944.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-130-CO Liberator42-110081n/a 93BG 328FS6153
110081 (93rd BG, 328th BS) shot down by AAA over Maldegem, 15 km E of Bruges, Belgium June 19, 1944 on mission to sites in Pas de Calais, France. MACR 6153. Aircraft came down in the St. Joseph quarter of Brugge. A plaque was dedicated in 2005 in the street where the plane crashed, honoring the killed crew members.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-135-CO Liberator42-110104n/a 93BG 330BS5913
110104 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost Jun 13, 1944. MACR 5913
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-30-CO Liberator42-40127Thar She Blows*, became 458th 93BG n/a
40127 afer use by 93rd BG as *Thar She Blows*, became 458th BG assembly ship *First Sergeant*. Burnedout in flar accident May 1944 and replaced by 41-28967
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-30-CO Liberator42-40128Ball of Fire III* then *War Ba 93BG 328FS2187
40128 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *Ball of Fire III* then *War Baby*) damaged and interned in Sweden Nov 18, 1943. MACR 2187. Scrapped in Sweden in 1945.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-30-CO Liberator42-40133n/a 93BG 328FS2188
40133 (93rd BG, 328th BS) interned in Spain Dec 20, 1943. MACR 2188.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-40-CO Liberator42-40246Thundermug 93BG 328FS
40246 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *Thundermug*) salvaged Oct 10, 1943
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-45-CO Liberator42-40265Honkey Tonk Gal 93BG 409BS330
40265 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Honkey Tonk Gal*) lost in Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. MACR 330. 1 KIA, 9 POW. Flown by Rumanian AF before transfer to the Luftwaffe. A wing of this aircraft was used to rebuild 41-23782.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-75-CO Liberator42-40608Vulgar Virgin 93BG 328FS
40608 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *Vulgar Virgin*) interned in Turkey after Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-75-CO Liberator42-40609Jersey Bounce 93BG 330BS335
40609 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Jersey Bounce*) lost in Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. 6 KIA, 4 POW. MACR 335
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-75-CO Liberator42-40610Satan's Sister 93BG 409BS830
40610 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Satan's Sister*) crashlanded in Sweden Oct 9, 1943 then set on fire by crew. MACR 830. 11 crew interned.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-75-CO Liberator42-40611Death Dealer 93BG 409BS
40611 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Death Dealer*) crashlanded at Wil, Switzerland and burned by crew Aug 13, 1943. Crew interned.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-75-CO Liberator42-40612Euroclydon the Storm 93BG 328FS332
40612 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *Euroclydon the Storm*) shot down by AAA and crashed at Plopu, Rumania in Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. MACR 332 and 6465. 8 KIA, 3 POW
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-80-CO Liberator42-40613Pudgy 93BG 330BS333
40613 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Pudgy*) lost in Ploesti Raid Aug 1, 1943. 6 KIA, 5 POW. MACR 333
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-80-CO Liberator42-40615n/a 93BG 328FS
40615 (93rd BG, 328th BS) forcelanded due engine failure at Meeks Field, Iceland Jun 7, 1943. Condemned Jun 12, 1943
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-80-CO Liberator42-40617Jose Carioca 93BG 409BS6464
40617 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Jose Carioca*) shot down by AAA in Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. MACR 6464. 10 KIA.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-80-CO Liberator42-40627Big Job 93BG 330BS3371
40627 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Big Job*) lost at night, ran out of fuel and abandoned 630 km SSW of Benghazi, Libya Jul 10, 1943. Crew baled out safely, 5 missing in desert, 5 rescued 9 days later. MACR 3371. Plane condemned Jan 5, 1944
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-95-CO Liberator42-40765Valient Virgin 93BG 329BS2184
40765 (93rd BG, 329th BS, *Valient Virgin*) collided in midair with 41-24226 and crashed near Husum, Germany Nov 13, 1943. MACR 2184
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-95-CO Liberator42-40781Hell's Angels 93BG 329BS327
40781 (93rd BG, 329th BS, *Hell's Angels*) shot down by AAA in Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. 9 KIA, 1 POW. MACR 327
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-100-CO Liberator42-40804The Lady Jane/Bertha 93BG 329BS328
40804 (93rd BG, 329th BS, *The Lady Jane/Bertha*) lost on Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. 9 KIA, 1 POW. MACR 328
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-115-CO Liberator42-40938D Cup 93BG 330BS15215
40938 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *D Cup*) show downby UFFz reinhold Klein in Fw 190A of JG 2/3 1km S of Doudeville, France Sep 15, 1943. MACR 15215. 4 KIA, 5 POW, 1 evaded.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-120-CO Liberator42-40969Big Noise 93BG 330BS3531
40969 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Big Noise*) interned in Switzerland Mar 16, 1944. MACR 3531
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-120-CO Liberator42-40974Boomerang II 93BG 409BS2192
40974 (93th BG, 409th BS, *Boomerang II*) shot down by Oblt Peter Jenne in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/1 and crashed into North Sea W of Texel, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943. 1 KIA, 9 MIA. MACR 2192
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-120-CO Liberator42-40983n/a 93BG 329BS3562
40983 (93rd BG, 329th BS) lost Apr 1, 1944, France. MACR 3562
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-120-CO Liberator42-40990n/a 93BG 328FS2366
40990 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Jan 7, 1944, France. MACR 2366
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-120-CO Liberator42-40994Hell's Wench 93BG 328FS331
40994 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *Hell's Wench*) shot down by flak on Ploesti raid Aug 1, 1943. 10 KIA. MACR 331
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-120-CO Liberator42-41002Blitz Buggy 93BG 409BS2183
41002 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Blitz Buggy*) shot down by fighter of JG 26 and crashed into Ijsselmeer, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943. MACR 2183. 9 KIA
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-125-CO Liberator42-41004The Urgin Virgin 93BG 329BS2182
41004 (93rd BG, 329th BS, *The Urgin Virgin*) shot down by a Fw 190A of JG 11/I Nov 13, 1943, North Sea. MACR 2182. 10 KIA.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-125-CO Liberator42-41015Wise Guy 93BG 409BS2191
41015 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Wise Guy*) shot down by Obfw Walter Kutzer in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/2 and crashed into North Sea W of Texel, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943, Holland. MACR 2191. 9 KIA
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-401-CF Liberator42-50465Dorothy Kay Special* first wit 93BG 856BS
50465 *Dorothy Kay Special* first with 93rd BG as *Miss Dede*, replacement Jul 1944 for 492nd BG, 856th BS, Aug 1944 transferred to 458th BG.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-401-CF Liberator42-50501Solid Comfort 93BG 330BS
50501 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Solid Comfort*) scrapped at Kingman, AZ Apr 1947.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-401-CF Liberator42-50505n/a 93BG 330BS12355
50505 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost Feb 6, 1945, Holland. MACR 12355. Parts recovered 1986; Akersloot
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-1-FO Liberator42-50606n/a 93BG 328FS9470
50606 (93rd BG, 328th BS) shot down by AAA over Osnabruck, Germany Oct 12, 1944. 2 POW, rest KIA. MACR 9470.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-1-FO Liberator42-50628n/a 93BG 328FS12231
50628 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Feb 3, 1945, Germany. MACR 12231
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-1-FO Liberator42-50679n/a 93BG 409BS12009
50679 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Jan 28, 1945, Germany. MACR 12009
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-5-FO Liberator42-50829n/a 93BG 330BS9809
50829 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost Sep 18, 1944, English Channel. MACR 9809
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-5-FO Liberator42-50989n/a 93BG n/a8837
50989 (93rd BG) lost Sep 11, 1944. MACR 8837
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Douglas-Tulsa B-24H-20-DT Liberator42-51078n/a 93BG 328FS11752
51078 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Jan 17, 1945, Germany. MACR 11752
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Douglas-Tulsa B-24J-1-DT Liberator42-51275n/a 93BG 409BS11754
51275 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost over Germany Jan 16, 1945. MACR 11754
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Douglas-Tulsa B-24J-5-DT Liberator42-51305n/a 93BG 409BS
51305 (93rd BG, 409th BS) destroyed in forced-landing near St Omer, France Feb 27, 1945.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-5-FO Liberator42-51495n/a 93BG 329BS13348
51495 (93rd BG, 329th BS) lost Feb 24, 1945. MACR 13348
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-5-FO Liberator42-51523n/a 93BG n/a11742
51523 (93rd BG) interned in Sweden Jan 17, 1945. MACR 11742
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-15-CF Liberator42-63964Unexpected II 93BG 329BS2201
63964 (93rd BG, 329th BS, *Unexpected II*) collided in midair with P-47D 42-8677 and crashed into North Sea N of Den Helder, Netherlands Dec 20, 1943. MACR 2201
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-15-CF Liberator42-63969n/a 93BG 330BS2193
63969 (93rd BG, 330th BS) damaged and crashed into Ijsselmeer 15 km NE of Amsterdam, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943. MACR 2193
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-15-CF Liberator42-63970n/a 93BG 330BS
63970 (93rd BG, 330th BS) developed engine trouble right after takeoff Jan 31, 1944 and tried to return. Fearful of jettisoning bombs, crew headed the plane out to sea and bailed out. Plane smoothed out and continued to circle around for some time. RAF had to shoot the plane down.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-20-CF Liberator42-63978Lonesome Polecat 93BG 330BS2858
63978 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Lonesome Polecat*) shot down by AAA on mission to Siracourt Feb 11, 1944. All crew KIA. MACR 2858
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-20-CF Liberator42-63979n/a 93BG 409BS7275
63979 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Jul 21, 1944. MACR 7275.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-20-CF Liberator42-63982El Toro 93BG 328FS2190
63982 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *El Toro*) shot down by Oblt Friedrich Brock in Bf 109G-6 of JG 54/8 Dec 22, 1943 near Menslage, Germany. MACR 2190. 3 KIA 6 POW.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-20-CF Liberator42-63987n/a 93BG 409BS2178
63987 (93rd BG, 409th BS) shot down by fighter, exploded in midair and crashed 1 km S of Herresbach, Belgium Dec 1, 1943. MACR 2178.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-20-CF Liberator42-63988Birmingham Kritzkrieg 93BG 328FS2180
63988 (93rd BG, 328th BS, *Birmingham Kritzkrieg*) shot down by Fw 190A of JG 11/I over North Sea Nov 13, 1943. MACR 2180
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-1-CF Liberator42-64433n/a 93BG 330BS2186
64433 (93rd BG, 330th BS) damaged and ditched in English Channel 57 km SE of Dartmouth, UK Dec 31, 1943. MACR 2186. 6 killed, 4 rescued.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24H-1-CF Liberator42-64437n/a 93BG 330BS
64437 (93rd BG, 330th BS) crashed May 12, 1944 at Woodbridge emergency field, condemned May 13, 1944
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24D-165-CO Liberator42-72869n/a 93BG n/a
72869 after combat career ended, became formation assembly ship for 93rd BG after 41-23667 was condemned.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-50-CO Liberator42-73495n/a 93BG 329BS3764
73495 (93rd BG, 329th BS) lost Apr 8, 1944, Holland. MACR 3764
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-50-CO Liberator42-73503n/a 93BG 409BS4828
73503 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost May 12, 1944, Germany. MACR 4828
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-50-CO Liberator42-73507n/a 93BG 328FS2341
73507 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost IJsselmeer, Netherlands Jan 30, 1944. Force landed 25 mi N of Amsterdam. MACR 2341. 4 POW, 6 evaded. I have a reference saying that this aircraft fell into Luftwaffe hands.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-1-FO Liberator42-7519n/a 93BG 328FS2367
7519 (93rd BG, 328th BS) interned in Switzerland Jan 7, 1944. MACR 2367.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-1-FO Liberator42-7614n/a 93BG n/a2368
7614 (93rd BG) lost Jan 7, 1944, France. MACR 2368.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

North American B-24J-1-NT Liberator42-78486n/a 93BG 328FS12008
78486 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Jan 28, 1945, Germany. MACR 12008
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-20-FO Liberator42-94969n/a 93BG 330BS9661
94969 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost Sept 21, 1944, Belgium. MACR 9661
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-20-FO Liberator42-94991n/a 93BG 409BS7897
94991 (93rd BG, 409th BS) lost Aug 13, 1944, France. MACR 7897
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator42-95030n/a 93BG 328FS6151
95030 (93rd BG, 328th BS) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944. MACR 6151
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator42-95043n/a 93BG n/a8234
95043 (93rd BG) lost Aug 1, 1944, England. MACR 8234
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator42-95127Slightly Virgin 93BG 409BS
95127 (93rd BG, 409th BS, *Slightly Virgin*) shot down by AAA and crashlanded at Sint Denijs-Westrem, Belgium Nov 26, 1944.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator42-95153n/a 93BG 330BS5912
95153 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost June 13, 1944. MACR 5912
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator42-95168n/a 93BG 409BS9348
95168 (93rd BG, 409th BS) shot down by AAA Oct 9, 1944 on mission to Koblenz. 5 crew KIA, 5 MIA. MACR 9348
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator42-95258n/a 93BG 329BS8838
95258 (93rd BG, 329th BS) lost Sep 11, 1944. MACR 8838
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24J-1-FO Liberator42-95598n/a 93BG n/a12010
95598 (93rd BG) lost Jan 28, 1945, Germany. MACR 12010
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-55-CO Liberator42-99949n/a 93BG 328FS9662
99949 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Sept 21, 1944, Belgium. MACR 9662
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-55-CO Liberator42-99974n/a 93BG 330BS3532
99974 (93rd BG, 330th BS) lost Mar 18, 1944. MACR 3532
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24J-60-CF Liberator44-10535n/a 93BG n/a
10535 (93rd BG, 238th BS) survived war and salvaged in USA.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Consolidated B-24M-5-CO Liberator44-41887n/a 93BG n/a
41887/41942 to USN as PB4Y-1 90136/90191. 90155 (44-41906) converted as personal transport for commandant of Marine Corps with side windows and solid nose. Sold after war on commercial market as N4K for round-the-world flight attempt. Sold to Bolivian user in 1951 as CB-76. Returned to US and converted as 93rd BG B-24 and put on display at Castle AFB Museum. The Castle Museum website identifies the B-24M there as ex-90155, but the tail number painted on the aircraft is 441916, which is incorrect
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24L-10-FO Liberator44-49573n/a 93BG 329BS13602
49573 (93rd BG, 329th BS) lost Mar 23, 1945. MACR 13602. Condemned salvage no battle damage Mar 23, 1945.
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html

Ford B-24M-10-FO Liberator44-50697n/a 93BG 328FS13846
50697 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Apr 5, 1945, Zuider Zee, Netherlands. MACR 13846. Wreckage & bomb load recovered 1973;Haamstede
Source: Joe Baugher US Aircraft Serial Numbers - http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/usafserials.html


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