NA5 #4 BULL DOZER SPECIAL, an Oklahoma City Modification
NA5 #5 BUNNY, reported as both 450BG or 456BG
NA5 #6 BURMA BITCH, only in chalk and no doubt 10th or 14th AF.
NA5 #6a BURMA ROADSTER, 7BG
NA5 #6c BURMA EXPRESS B-24D 7th Bomb Group
NA5 #7 BUTCH II, #61, possibly 484BG
NA5 #8 THE BUTCHER, 7BG
NA5 #9 CALAMITY JANE, 7BG
NA5 #10 CALDON-YA, 492BG
NA5 #10a CALIF. Photographed in the Gioia graveyard in July 1945, this like a B-24J-CF retrofitted with a B-24D glasshouse. The crew (reducing the huge graveyard into sorted scrap, appear to be smashing out the perspex with hammers or pry bars.
NA5 #11 CANNON BALL, 15AF
NA5 #12 CAPT. TOM'S CABIN, another example of the Ford publicity machine - B-24E at Willow Run. Tom Lanphier was a P-38 fighter pilot of the 347th FG, originally credited with shooting down Yamamoto's Betty, a claim later invalidated.
NA5 #14 THE CAPTAIN GENE, more Ford B-24E publicity with Jeanette MacDonald chalking on the name. The Captain was Gene Raymond, her actor husband, then in the USAAF.
NA5 #15 CATHERINE, an OKC Modification of 11BG
NA5 #16 EDDIE RICKENBACKER - in Cyrillic - a C-87 flanked by the man himslef.
NA5 #17 CEPHOS FOR HEADACHES, an RAF B-24
NA5 #18 CHARLOTTE, possibly 460bg
NA5 #18a CHARLOTTE THE HARLOT, no extra information here at all
NA5 #19 This is an India/China/Burma theatre C-87 CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO undergoing an engine change.
NA5 #20 CHECK UP - probably NOT the name but referring to a maintenance engine run, but I don't recognise the artwork