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THE JANE LEE returned to service on January 1, 1945. The old war horse was lost due to flak on Mission #180 with the crew of Maurice Brown on January 15, 1945 (MACR #11397). 42-94908 (725th #40) An 8th AF Liberator, she was transferred to the MTO on December 5,1945. Assigned to the 451st on February 15, 1945. She crash landed at the base and was salvaged on March 9, 1945. 42-95236 (725th ) Ex-8th AF Liberator, she arrived in the MTO on January 10, 1944. Assigned to the 451st on February 15, 1945.
Assigned to the group on September 21, 1944, replacing 42-7475 (THUNDERMUG). Crashed on December 2, 1944. 42-51984 MISSFIRE!! (724th #22) She left the USA on December 8, 1944. Assigned to the group on December 20, 1944, to replace 42-78580. Sustained major flak damage and declared Class 26 on December 26th. 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.
Transferred on September 20, 1944. 42-52159 BORN TO LOSE (725th) An original group aircraft, she left the USA for Italy on December 2, 1943. Flown overseas by Crew #15, under command of Verne Johnson. Transferred to the 725th Bomb Squadron, and later sent to the 449th Bomb Group. She was lost with that group on Apli14, 1944. 42-52165 SLICK CHICK (725th) Departed the USA on December 2, 1943, with Frank Hamer's Crew #32. Transferred to the 449th Bomb Group shortly after arrival in the MTO. Lost with that group on April 23, 1944.
B-24 Liberators of the 15th Air Force 49th Bomb Wing in WWII