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CO 40-2369 ~ ~ ~ ~ 69 01-3

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Redesignated RB-24A - AKA "OUR KISSIN' COUSIN"

Contributor - Robert Livingstone
Not used as bombers, the nine-strong B-24A fleet of Ferrying Command (40-2369 - 40-2377) operated out of Bolling Field, WA, as transports and VIP limousines.

Info Contributor - Al Blue
Was eventually turned over to Consolidated for use as a cargo/transport on the Pacific airline (Consairways) operated by the Company. When finally scrapped in 1946, it had flown a total of 12,579 hours.

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