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Built by Consolidated at San Diego. Ferried overseas via Hawaii to the Pacific.
Assigned to eithe the U. S. Army Air Force as a B-24 Liberator or U. S. Navy as a PB4Y-1 Liberator. No known nickname or nose art.
This Liberator crashed into the jungle of Borneo.
The wreckage is spread over a on a ridge line and cliff face in the jungle.
The propeller hubs were painted red. The fuselage had a US Star & Bar marking outlined in blue (1943 onward style).
A dataplate on the wreck (armor plate behind co-pilot) indicates that it is for either a B-24G or B-24J model. Research indicates possible identities of either a USAAF B-24 Liberator or a US Navy PB4Y-1 of VPB-103 or VPB-104 "Screaming 104 / The Buccaneers"
Thanks to Glenn Ping for additional information
S 4 35'
E 115 23'
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