B-24D "Hot Stuff", 330th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, 1943

“Hot Stuff” was a B-24D Liberator of the 330th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group and the first 8th Air Force bomber to fly 25 combat missions. It flew its 25th mission on 7 February 1943, three months before the famous B-17 “Memphis Belle” did the same.

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B-24 Liberator

Consolidated B-24D-1-CO Liberator s/n 41-23728 “Hot Stuff”
330th Bomber Squadron, 93rd Bomber Group, 8th Air Force
First 8th AF heavy bomber to complete 25 combat missions on 7 February 1943.
Crashed in Iceland while returning to the United States on 3 May 1943.

Artist: Gaëtan Marie

Quality: Bravo Bravo Aviation prints are printed on high-quality matt archival paper with superior resistance to fading and aging.

Modifications to the print layout are available upon request.

XL Panoramic format available.

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