B-24 "Witchcraft" bedded down for the night
To add a little color to our new sub-forum, I'm going to post some "unusual" B-24 photos; I invite you to share your favorite "offbeat" or never- before-seen Liberator picture. We could begin a separate thread for each to allow for a discussion underneath, just like in Facebook. :)
Here's the Collings Foundation B-24 visiting Cecil Field earlier this year. This is how the crew secures and covers the aircraft for an overnight. That's the crew at the nose just leaving.
That photo reminds me of the classic WWII shots of B-24s with their noses and/or cockpits covered, common in the CBI and Pacific units:
Nephew of Kenneth S. Starcher, B-24 Liberator pilot 42-73309 "Trouble Maker," 308th BG/373rd BS, 14th AF, CBI
(KNB May 28, 1944 - Kweilin, China)