FLYING MAGAZINE, October 1945
The B-24J is the last twin tailed version of the Liberator to go into quantity production. Externally, it is similar
to the B-24H but was made in a different factory and uses different automatic pilots, bombsites, and nose turrets.
It has the same remarkable load-carrying abilities and range as the other Liberators with their Davis high-lift wings.
Beyond the B-24H, the "I" is not used in plane designations, the B-24J is pictured here, the "K" was an experimental single tailed plane, the "L" was the same as the "J"
except equipped with hand held guns, the "M" was the same as the "L" except for a slight difference in the tail turret, and the "N" is a single tailed version.
Wing Span: 110' Click here for enlarged image of above ... this will take some time
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