The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was a four-engine heavy bomber used by Allied forces during World War II. The Liberator was built in larger numbers than the B-17 (about 18,000) and could carry more bombs over a longer range, but was a pain in the ass to fly, and couldn't take as much damage as the Flying Fortress. Used a dual-tail similar to the smaller B-25 Mitchell.

Specifications:

Country: United States of America
Manufacturer: Consolidated
Designation: B-24 Liberator
Type: Bomber; Cargo
Service Dates: 1940 to mid-1960s
Length: 67'-2"
Wingspan: 110'-0"
Height: 18'-0"
Empty Weight: 36,500 lbs
Gross Weight: 65,000 lbs
Maximum Speed: 290 mph
Maximum Range: 2,100 miles
Maximum Altitude: 28,000 ft
Number of Crew: 8 to 10
Engine Type: Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney
Engine Designation: R1830 x 4
Engine Horsepower: 1,200 hp

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