N10 #4a A B-24D1 named 4F. It has to be Pacific because this is the only place that saw the B-24D1 and the 'name' looks more like tape than paint. Nothing is known of this aircraft, but if the name is any reflection on its' capabilities as a bomber........
N10 #3 Reported to be FORT WORTH MAID and serial 42-50321. That serial was Olive Drab/Neutral Gray, so whether the name or the serial is incorrect for this image is not yet known
N10 #4 FRIVOLOUS SAL
N10 #4a FUDDLES appears to be a B-24J of the 5th BG.
N10 #5 FULL A'BREAST; the artwork is the logo of the WASP's
N10 #7 FULL-BOOST, 461BG
N10 #7 G.I. JOE
N10 #8 G.A.A.F. LAST B-24; a strange one, this. No top turret, so an RB-24/CB-24 and evidence of a B-24D's nave windows. What GAAF is I do not know, though probably the name of an AAF airfield starting with 'G'.
N10 #9 GALOPIN GHOST; looks like a 'Desert Pink' scheme on this B-24J, so maybe 98BG.
N10 #9a GANG BANG'S REVENGE of 454BG.
N10 #10a GASHOUSE GERT I; no information
N10 #10 GAS LADEN LADY, ETO C-109
N10 #11 GASOLINE ALLEY, another C-109
N10 #12 GEAR DOWN, PB4Y-2
N10 #12a GENERAL DELIVERY. At first glance a C-87, but the 'Cat's Whiskers' aerial under the cockpit window and a RAAF Spitfire VIII in the background identify this as a re-worked 5AF B-24D bomber, an RB-24 or CB-24 cargo/pax carrier.
N10 #13 GERONIMO, 5BG B-24D1
N10 #14 THE GHOST. Looks like a Stateside photo and most of the identifying features are cropped or obscured, but I think it's a D-CF.
N10 #15 G.I. GINNY: Early low-pitot B-24D converted to RB-24/C-87 transport
N10 #17 GINNY, 7BG
N10 #17a GIVE 'EM HELL. Obviously a PR exercise and the aircraft is a B-24D1 (with nose turret). A 7AF unit and the background looks like Hawaii
N10 #18 GLENNA BEE, 11BG. This was earlier named SKEETER, which see, and remains unidentified