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War Birds B-24D Liberators

'Dopey/Arkansas Traveler' (v.1) & 'Dopey' (v.2)

Kits-World | No. KW148119 | 1:48

Boxart B-24D Liberators KW148119 Kits-World

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Brand:Kits-World
Title:War Birds B-24D Liberators 'Dopey/Arkansas Traveler' (v.1) & 'Dopey' (v.2)
Number:KW148119
Scale:1:48
Type:Decalset
Released:2014 | Initial release - new tool
Topic:Consolidated B-24 Liberator » Propeller (Aircraft)

Box contents

Includes: Decalsheet (waterslide)

Markings

Consolidated B-24D Liberator

US Military US Army Air Forces (1941-1947)

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Generic aftermarket set.

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Alternative SKUs for Kits-World KW148119: 48119 | WBS148119 | KSW148119

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Edward May
This was a confusing sheet to get the details close to being right. It's obvious that Kits-World doesn't do a lot of in-depth research for their sheets. Or maybe I'm just used to having an abundance of resources for info? In any case, in "Out of the Desert" by John E. Blundell, it clearly describes "The Arkansas Traveler" as being the aircraft severely damaged and landing at Malta. He should know; He was on board of her at the time! Meanwhile the aircraft said to be destroyed by paratrooper sappers, using incendiary bombs, was earlier than than mission. Thus version 1 & 2 should be flipped around. This sheet only mentions the pilot of one craft, being Clarence Gooden, however, the pilot of "The Arkansas Traveler" was Lt. William Bacon. Fortunately this book provided a guideline of where their unit was stationed and approximately when. By all means, if I got any of the details wrong, please correct the data I've entered. Thanks!
10. December 2017, 09:46

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