N18 #2 MANILA CALLING, 43BG. Photographs exist with the spelling as MANILLA
N18 #3 MARGIE, 98BG. Usually identified as 42-41007, a Ploesti veteran, but for a number of reasons this is thought not to be that serial. 42-41007 is thought to have been named EASY MARGIE.
N18 #4 MARGIE, B-24D 376BG
N18 #4a "MARGIE-JEAN II" THE SKY QUEEN; the artwork appears to have been computer-colored
N18 #5 MARILYN, 450BG
N18 #6 MARY ANN - photographed post-war in the Kingman graveyard
N18 #8 MARY F - No clues.
N18 #9 MARY LOU, 484BG
N18 #10 MARY LOU'S LITTLE LOOIE. On the basis that the visible "3350" is probably the airframe c/n scribbled on at Hill Field post-war, this would be B-24J-10-FO 42-51819, but its (likely 15AF) unit remains unknown.
N18 #11 MASSA'S DRAGON, 308BG. The most likely serial for this aircraft is 42-109973
N18 #12 MAXIE'S AVENGER, a C-87 which looks as if it needs some avenging itself
N18 #13 MAXIE'S NIGHTMARE
N18 #14 MAXIMUM EFFORT. Possibly a 15AF PFF B-24M.
N18 #15 MCSWINE'S FLYING COMET, 7BG
N18 #16 MEMORIES, 465BG. Partial serial can be read - 42-524xx, leaving 100 possibilities, 7 of which are 465BG in my list without a name.
N18 #17 MENACING MESSALINA, 455BG
N18 #17a MERCHANTS OF MENACE, a B24G of the 376BG
N18 #18 MICKEY FINN, 485BG
N18 #19 MICKEY LYNN, 455BG
N18 #20 MICKY
N18 #21 MIDGE, 492BG
N18 #22 MIGHTY MOUSE, 450BG
N18 #23 MILK RUN MAZIE, 456BG
N18 #24 MISCHIEF MAKER III, PB4Y-1
N18 #25 MISERABLE BASTARD. The turbo hood in the foreground places this as a B-24M-30-FO or later