N23 #3 PASSION'S LADY, 450BG. How do we know the name? On the back of one photo the name and an explanation of the missing part was written. A flak damage repair had replaced the panel with the name on it.
N23 #3a PATCHES. An ex-combat aircraft (308BG?) as an RB-24D
N23 #6 PATSY ANN, possibly 376BG
N23 #7 PAULS PLAYHOUSE
N23 #9 PENTWATER'S PET. Later a reclining female was added. I have an image of this, but i just couldn't resist the Pugnacious Pilot Posing (!!) beside the aircraft!
N23 #10 THE PERILS OF PAULINE, PB4Y-1, named after the popular movie short of the time.
N23 #11 PETROL PACKIN' MAMA, C-109. I love a clever name.
N23 #12 PHOTO JEANNE, F-7B OF 4PRS
N23 #13 PIDGEON COOP. Actor Walter Pidgeon accedes to the Ford PR machine's request.
N23 #14 PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA - just one of many such.
N23 #15 PISTOL PACKIN MAMA
N23 #16 PISTOL PACKIN' MOMMA, RCAF
N23 #17 PLAYBOY, at BAD 2 before the armorplate covered the artwork. It hasn't been seen again, so it probably got a complete makeover at its combat unit
N23 #18 PLEASURE BENT, a C-109, also seen at BAD 2
N23 #19 PLENTY ON THE BALL
N22 #23 POISON IVEY
N23 #22 PORKY, 307BG. Being blacked up for the December 1942 Wake Island mission. No other images seen of this name.