N26 #1b SATAN'S SISTER B-24D of one of the Anti-Sub groups - 479th, 480th
N26 #2 SCOTCH & SOFA, 307BG. Not the best image, but a recently acquired previously unknown B-24D1 (turret modified B-24D).
N26 #3 THE SCREAMIN' EAGLE, RAAF. If you look closely at the rear fuselage a RAAF roundel can just be distinguished.
N26 #4 SCREAMING OUT-HOUSE. What's going on here? Looks like airflow tufting on a non-operational (no guns) Douglas built B-24.
N26 #5 SEA BEAST PB4Y-1
N26 #6 SEA BEASTS PB4Y-1, surely the same aircraft as above
N26 #7 SEMPER PIZZDOFF
N26 #7a Added 15AUG13. This patch obviously belongs to this aircraft - Buster the Bacteria - and seems to suggest 459BG. The aircraft appears to be a B-24J-x-CF and the 459th only had three of this model, one J-10 42-64340 and two J-15s 42-64347 and 42-64374.
N26 #7b Added 15AUG13. The back of the patch with added information.
N26 #8 SENSITIVE SUE
N26 #9 SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY or AM I READY?
N26 #10 SEXY BABE probably a PB4Y-1
N26 #12 THE SHACK, 308BG
N26 #14 SHACKIN' STUFF, 454BG
N26 #15 SHACKRAT SPECIAL, 7BG
N26 #15a: SHACK'S SHACK, probably 44-41088 of 455BG
N26 #16 SHACK-UP
N26 #17 THE SHADOW, 307BG
N26 #18 SHADOW, 450BG; possible serial is 42-52611, but the image quality is just not sufficient to be certain
N26 #19 SHADRACH, 308BG
N26 #20 SHADY CHARACTER III
N26 #21 SHADY LADY
N26 #21a, another SHADY LADY, identifiably a B-24H-CF