B-24 Liberator Flying Over Chicago, See The Video
August 8th, 2016 | by Web Desk
B-24 Liberator Flying Over Chicago
If you are a today kid, then chances are that you don’t have any idea about the days during World War II when a B-24 Liberator bomber was used to win the war. This Liberator played major role in World War II by dropping the bombs.
For those not acquainted with military airplane, a B-24 was a four-motor, propeller-driven plane worked for long-go shelling runs. It had a 110-foot wingspan and ten 50-bore assault rifles, and could convey 8,800 pounds of bombs. It was typically flown with a group of 10.
The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was one of the most famous bombers during World War II. More than 18,400 witchcraft of this type were built which made it the most produced American wartime witchcraft of all the time.
Now Colling Foundation has managed to introduce the tours of Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Consolidated B-24 Liberator and a North American P-51 Mustang for visitors to experience the flying witchcrafts used in World War II.
Collings Foundation B-24 Liberator is used for tours now to let the tourists experience its flight. These aircrafts start flying out of Palwaukee airport now a days known as Chicago Executive Airport and fly over Chicago letting the people experience the flight of the witchcraft used in World War II.
The B-24 Liberator became the main choice for the war in the Pacific. This craft could use its speed to the maximum to ensure the maximum advantage during the war.
Because of its features and services during World War II it is re constructed by Collings foundation to show the people its glory and let them experience its flying.
B-24 Liberator undoubtedly played a major role in World War II because of its features and services. It is a good step to let people experience it like the pilots and military forces did during the world War.