Consolidated LB-30 Liberator
See also: B-24 Liberator.
List by U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) serial number
LB-30 AL508 arrived via Darwin Jan 26, 1942. Based at Jogia Jan 27, 1942. Crashed Essendon May 18, 1942
LB-30 AL515 pilot Eaton force landed August 20, 1942 destroyed by Japanese Zeros August 24-27, 1942 ultimate fate unknown
LB-30 AL572 Hit by bomb in hangar Jogiakarta Mar 1, 1942
LB-30 AL573 Transport in Australia as VHCBM. To RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946.
LB-30 AL521 Lost in Japanese raid on Darwin, Australia Feb 19, 1942
LB-30 AL532 assigned to Consairway
LB-30 AL533 arrived at Darwin Jan 30, 1942, to Jogia, Java. Strafed and destroyed at Jogjiakarka Mar 1, 1942
LB-30 AL535 damaged by fighters and force landed on beach at small island of Greater Mesalembo Jan 18, 1942. Crew picked up by PBY Jan 25, 1942. First USAAF Liberator combat loss.
LB-30 AL567 destroyed on ground by strafing attack on Jogiakarta Field Feb 22, 1942
LB-30 AL 576 crash landed January 17, 1942 Makassar Airfield after arriving four days earlier
LB-30 AL589 pilot Tinker MIA June 7, 1942, 11 missing
LB-30 AL602 crashed May 22, 1942 landing gear failure at Kodiak
LB-30 AL608 evacuated General Wavell to Ceylon Feb 26, 1942
LB-30 "Trader Horn / COMAIRFWD" AL611 participated in June 7, 1942 mission against the retreating Japanese fleet off Wake Island
LB-30 AL612 damaged left wing landing Jan 12, 1942, salvaged for parts at Malang, destroyed strafing Feb 27, 1942
LB-30 "Tough Boy" AL613 served Alaska
LB-30 "Flight Chief" AL617 participated in June 7, 1942 mission against the retreating Japanese fleet off Wake Island
LB-30 "Fast Freight / Samoa" AL626 participated in June 7, 1942 mission against the retreating Japanese fleet off Wake Island
LB-30 "Old Faithful" AL633 participated in June 7, 1942 mission against the retreating Japanese fleet off Wake Island
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