Continuing the theme of unidentified, un-named B-24 images with "girly" artwork, here's another selection.
G2 #1 Almost certainly from the 307th BG, the last three digits of the serial start with 6. No identifying features to narrow it down though.
G2 #2 8th AFf nav window mod. I'm pretty sure that this is a Ford, even though the paint join has been broken by the field mod bomb scanning window. The wavelength of the curves is certainly Ford, as the DT curves were of shorter wavelength.
G2 #3 6th BG, Panama. Note the early large star has had 1943 bars added
G2 #4 8th AF with an aircrewman posing in full high altitude and flak gear. The original image was captioned as Picadilly Lily. The lack of the direct vision window in the windscreen, nosewheel doors down and paint line says early B-24H-DT
G2 #5 This has limited clues, but it's a Ford and probably 15th AF
G2 #6 B-24G, 15th AF, photographed at Gioia
G2 #7 308BG B-24D. Despite the caption, that name can be seen under the bombardier's window, obviously his nickname. A 'shack' was a tight bomb strike, but colloquially it meant something else altogether!
G2 #8 8AF Nav window mod but no armorplate. Model? Possibly a stripped RB-24J: some signs of a repair in the lower right corner. Reportedly 490BG.
G2 #10 PB4Y-2, BuA 5947x. You'd think this should be fairly straight forward, but of the 10 possibles, 5 are open-ended. Two of these appear to have been trainers, leaving three possible operational aircraft to choose from.
G2 #11 Another PB4Y-2. Since all -2s look the same, and since no hint of the BuA number is visible, this is a complete blank.
G2 #12 307BG. Going by what can be seen, probably a serial in the 44-41xxx range.
G2 #13 one of many 'Diving Girls', but no hints here.
G2 #14 Hardly the best image and I can't even guess at a location, but it is a B-24J-CO, serial 42-73xxx
Another clearer copy of this image has surfaced and on the back is written "DING HOU". Normally this is written DING HOW, but this places in in the 10AF, likely 7thBG.
G2 #15 Lucky this one shows the nosewheel otherwise you would not even be sure this was a B-24.
G2 #16 There she is again, this time on a Ford, probably a B-24H. This is the artwork on the 93BG's BUCKET OF BOLTS - no serial
G2 #17 This artwork is usually known as BELLE WRINGER. Though this is different in detail from the one above, this lists as 464BG. The Marsden Matting surface means that it IS 15AF.
G2 #19 - a 15AF B-24H-FO
G2 #21 Fairly crude-looking artwork on this sorry-looking early model B-24D, probably from the 98th BG.
G2 #22 A Pacific B-24D seen in a graveyard somewhere - everything is up on 44-gallon (Imperial measurement) drums. It looks like this one has donated the nose canoe to repair another with a nose-wheel failure.
G2 #23 B-24L-CO, looking like it's back in the US, waiting to die.
G2 #24 This is a B-24G-1/5-DT and it doesn't look like a ZI trainer, so probably a combat machine