B-24 Tounj

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    Re: B-24 Tounj

    raus - 12.07.2008, 16:27

    B-24 Tounj
    oi!

    Few parts of one B-24 that we have found near place Tounj.


    Shot at 2008-07-12

    32T502-95

    Shot at 2008-07-12

    Shot with u-miniD,Stylus V at 2008-07-12

    pipe

    Shot with u-miniD,Stylus V at 2008-07-12

    Shot at 2008-07-12

    On this part are numbers: 32C3074-6; 32C 3074-9; 32C3074-11

    Shot at 2008-07-12

    Shot with u-miniD,Stylus V at 2008-07-12

    Two big parts that I have found in one old house. Thay are about 3.5-4 meters long. I found two numbers: 1-15-280 and 10 25/2 11

    Shot with u-miniD,Stylus V at 2008-07-12

    Shot with u-miniD,Stylus V at 2008-07-12



    Re: B-24 Tounj

    Pathfinder - 12.07.2008, 18:25


    Raus,

    can only say, "T" was fixed on the tail section.
    "C" is from the controls


    Regards
    Nils



    Re: B-24 Tounj

    catch 22 - 23.07.2008, 18:51

    Re: B-24 Tounj
    raus wrote: oi!

    Few parts of one B-24 that we have found near place Tounj.


    Hi Raus!
    on 2 of your photos are clearly visible Aircraft Inspection Stamps used by North American Aircraft (NAA).
    Some 430 B-24G were built by NAA in Dallas, Texas followed by another 536 B-24J. As far as I know NAA did not deliver single parts to other factories from the B-24 Production Pool.
    At least 12 B-24G and several B-24J from the Dallas factory were lost over Yugolsavia in 1944/45.

    Do you know more details about the above crash?

    Regards!

    P.S. Below are the s/n of the NAA built B-24 in Dallas:

    B-24G serial numbers:

    42-78045/78069 North American B-24G-NT Liberator 25
    42-78070/78074 North American B-24G-1-NT Liberator 5
    42-78075/78154 North American B-24G-5-NT Liberator 80

    42-78155/78314 North American B-24G-10-NT Liberator 160
    42-78315/78352 North American B-24G-15-NT Liberator 38
    42-78353/78474 North American B-24G-16-NT Liberator 122
    TOTAL: 430

    42-78475 North American B-24J-2-NT Liberator 1
    42-78476/78794 North American B-24J-1-NT Liberator 319
    44-28061/28276 North American B-24J-5-NT Liberator 216
    TOTAL: 536

    GRANDTOTAL: 966



    Re: B-24 Tounj

    raus - 25.07.2008, 22:31


    oi!

    Thanks on your answer, but unfortunatelly I don´t know anything more about the plane. Mens who took me on crash site are born after the War, and I´m waiting september to there again and speak with one old men who remember that airplane and two other crashes.

    Raus



    Re: B-24 Tounj

    catch 22 - 26.07.2008, 16:16


    raus wrote: oi!

    Thanks on your answer, but unfortunatelly I don´t know anything more about the plane. Mens who took me on crash site are born after the War, and I´m waiting september to there again and speak with one old men who remember that airplane and two other crashes.

    Raus

    Hi Raus!
    I'll be interested to find something more about the plane you are looking for if there are further details and hints.
    Just days ago I could identify a similar B-24G (NAA built) found somewhere in Albania lately, based on parts ser.# .A Browning 0.5 machine gun with a visible serial was the real key.
    In fact your photos with the NAA stamps gave me first the idea to search for a G-model and this was it! So I must thank you too!

    Best Regards

    catch 22



    Re: B-24 Tounj

    raus - 28.07.2008, 23:03


    oi!

    I have some question now.

    Is it mark NT, mark for North American factory. If it is, then is at least 47 B-24 G or J NT crashed in ex Yugoslavia
    (from: http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/schenck/yu_losses/losses.xml).

    On one photo up is a part with mark GK. GK means that , that part is build by Ford, and some B-24 have also mark B-24 J-10-FO. Is that FO
    also means Ford.

    On one another B-24, B-24J-15-FO I found engine part with mark GK( Ford) . In MACR for that B-24 markings for engines begining with BP or CP. What are this marking, because this engines also were produced in several factories.

    Is it possible to find somewhere all that marks.

    Raus



    Re: B-24 Tounj

    catch 22 - 29.07.2008, 20:20


    raus wrote: oi!

    I have some question now.

    Is it mark NT, mark for North American factory. If it is, then is at least 47 B-24 G or J NT crashed in ex Yugoslavia
    (from: http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/schenck/yu_losses/losses.xml).

    On one photo up is a part with mark GK. GK means that , that part is build by Ford, and some B-24 have also mark B-24 J-10-FO. Is that FO
    also means Ford.

    On one another B-24, B-24J-15-FO I found engine part with mark GK( Ford) . In MACR for that B-24 markings for engines begining with BP or CP. What are this marking, because this engines also were produced in several factories.

    Is it possible to find somewhere all that marks.

    Raus

    Raus,

    The suffix after the a/c model denotes the manufacturer/plant only and is for administrative purpose. Here are the 5 plants belonging to the Liberator Production Pool:
    CO Consolidated/San Diego
    CF Consolidated/Fort Worth
    DT Douglas/Tulsa
    FO Ford/Willow Run
    NT North American/Dallas

    In my first posting I mentioned the aircraft inspection stamps, visible on the parts from your photos (the oval stamps) where NAA stands for North American Aviation. Not the rest of the stamps with production letters and numbers.
    I don't know which letters/numbers were used to denote the different parts (besides 32 which was used for the Consolidated production in general.)
    On the other hand some parts were manufactured in one of the plants of the pool, but delivered to another for assembly. E.g. a part made by Ford can be found on a B-24H assembled by Douglas.
    Not in the case with the NAA production though - see SubAssemblies on the diagram below:

    I'm sure some guys in this forum know much more about the letter-codes used on different parts.

    Best Regards!



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