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Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
Listing by uniit. Note: Some aircraft served in several different BGs, and are listed twice. See also B-24 Liberator

List by U. S. Navy Bureau Number
PB4Y-1 31940  scrapped January 31, 1945
PB4Y-1 31946  stricken from record August 8, 1945
PB4Y-1 31947  pilot Lehman MIA March 5, 1943
PB4Y-1 31948  pilot Bacon or Cooper MIA February 14, 1943
PB4Y-1 31950  pilot Fisler MIA March 5, 1943
PB4Y-1 31952  pilot Haskett MIA July 17, 1943
PB4Y-1 31944  assigned to VP-51, combat mission February 1, 1943 per James J. Curry Flight Log Book
PB4Y-1 31958  pilot Fuller MIA February 7, 1943
PB4Y-1 31970  pilot Bacon or Cooper MIA February 14, 1943
PB4Y-1 31989  pilot Bonn MIA April 8, 1943
PB4Y-1 31992  pilot Van Vorhis MIA July 6, 1943
PB4Y-1 32009
PB4Y-1 32005  pilot Wilstam crashed July 7, 1943
PB4Y-1 32012  pilot Honey MIA November 15, 1943
PB4Y-1 "Sears Steers" 32048
PB4Y-1 32060
PB4Y-1 32061
PB4Y-1 32069  pilot Anderson MIA March 9, 1944
PB4Y-1 32071
PB4Y-1 "Pistol Packing Mama" 32073  Later with VB-117 crashed Camp Kearney June 6, 1944
PB4Y-1 32074  ground-looped during landing January 29, 1944
PB4Y-1 32076
PB4Y-1 "Vulnerable Virgin" 32077  MIA January 8, 1944 South Pacific, 10 MIA
PB4Y-1 32079  pilot Searle MIA March 7, 1944
PB4Y-1 32080
PB4Y-1 32081
PB4Y-1 32083
PB4Y-1 32144  pilot Pennebaker crashed November 28, 1943
PB4Y-1 32277  pilot Lewis MIA October 23, 1944
PB4Y-1 38925  pilot Hyland ditched March 30, 1945

Last Updated
April 14, 2017

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