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The B-24 Liberator was an American heavy bomber used in WWII by several Allied forces and by all branches of the American and armed forces. The B-24 was designed to carry more bombs and fly farther than other bombers and it featured a mid-mounted, high-lift Davis wing that achieved less drag than conventional airfoils of the time. B-24 Liberators served in a variety of roles in all major theaters of the war. By the end of the war, at over 18,000 units, the B-24 was the most produced U.S. aircraft of WWII.
Display stand included. Highly detailed model. For ages 5+. Measures approximately 5 inches from nose to tail. Wingspan is 7.5 inches.
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