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42-51999 (725th) Left the USA on September 28, 1944. Assigned to the group on October 17,1944, replacing 42-51764. Sustained major flak damage December 2, 1944; was repaired and damaged again on December 17, 1944. Returned to the USA on June 7, 1945. 42-52036 (725th #54 & 43) Departed the Zone of Interior (USA) on November 11, 1944. Assigned to the group on December 12, 1944, replacing 42-51306. Made emergency landing at Ibia on January 19, returning to base on January 30, 1945. Lost to a mid-air collision with 42-52440 (CALAMITY JANE) on February 7, 1945, with the crew of Darrell Burk (MACR #12090).
42-51941 (726th #47) Left the USA on September 21,1944, arriving at the group on September 18, 1944. Listed as MIA after Mission #168 to Ordertal Oil Refinery on December 17, 1944. Involved in a mid-air collision with 42-52045 enroute to target. The entire crew of Theodore King were killed in the mishap (MACR #10682). 42-51947 (726th) Departed the USA on September 8, 1944. Assigned to the group on October 13,1944, to replace 42-51680 (WACO WENCH). Lost to flak on October 14, 1944, Mission #135 to Odertal Oil Refinery.
Suffered major battle damage on January 17, 1945. Sent to depot 52 on January 18, 1945, returning on February 2, 1945. This Liberator survived combat and returned to the USA on July 26, 1945. 42-78178 (725th) Departed the USA on March 24, 1944. Assigned to the group in June. Listed MIA after Mission #90 to Beret, Albania, on July 26, 1944, with the crew of William Schaidt. (MACR #7015) 42-78208 ESKIMO NELL 42-78188 MAIRZYDOATES aka SATAN'S SISTER (724th #31) Departed the Zone of the Interior on March 24, 1944.
B-24 Liberators of the 15th Air Force 49th Bomb Wing in WWII