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The B-24 Liberator used to be inbuilt higher numbers than the other US warplane, but its wrestle crews stay, even at the present time, within the shadow of the fewer ample, yet better-known, B-17. bills of the 'Mighty 8th' in Europe, and certainly a few of the books and flicks that emerged from the best air crusade in historical past, usually omit the B-24, although it was once in motion for so long as the Flying fort, and took part in exactly as many perilous sunlight bombing missions.
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