Black & White photograph, taken from the waist turret of a Consolidated B-24D Liberator heavy bomber, of four United States Eighth Army Air Force B-24 Liberators flying in formation by the 409th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, during World War II. The tail markings have a dark, vertical stripe on the tails. The letter "V" is inside the dark stripe on the airplane in front. The second airplane has the letter "K" inside the dark stripe. The letters "YM" are painted on the fuselage of the B-24Ds.
Arnold Clayton Watkins World War II Photograph Collection, 1942-1945
SpC MS 0006
Pittsburg State University, Kansas, Axe Library, Special Collections
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World War, 1939-1945--Aerial operations, American--Aerial photographs; United States. Army Air Forces--History--Aerial photographs; Bombers--United States--Aerial photographs; B-24 Bomber--Aerial photographs; Airplanes, Military--Markings--United States--Aerial photographs