N24#3 "PRIVATE STOCK" - not a great image but all I have. The B-24 has seen better days too!
N24 #4 PROBLEM CHILD, 7BG
N24 #5 PUENA
N24 #6 "PURPLE SHAF", C-109 modified from a B-24M-FO being refuelled. If you don't understand the term, don't ask your mother! [aka Golden Rivet]
N24 #6a A further two images of this aircraft have surfaced, this at a later time than above. The cold, terrain and added electronics suggest that this might have been a WB-24 weather ship operating in Alaska. Maybe.
N24 #6b - Another shot of PURPLE SHAF
N24 #7 PUGGLED PETE, RAF india. I just love that super confident RAAF ground staffer!
N24 #8 THE PUGNOSE PRINCESS, reportedly 90BG
N24 #9 PUSS 'N BOOTS, 11BG
N24 #10 PVT. PEGGY I
N24 #11 QUEENIE
N24 #12 QUEENIE TAKE IT OFF
N24 #13 A not uncommon name - QUEEN OF HEARTS
N24 #14 QUICK AS A BUNNY
N24 #15 QUO VADIS, RAF
N24 #16 RAINBOW VIRGIN, 55WRS
N24 #17 RAMBLIN' WRECK, 460BG
N24 #18 RAMP RABBIT, 7BG
N24 #19 RAMP RIDER, 11BG
N24 #20 RAMP ROOSTER, a B-24E, so somewhere in the USA.
N24 #21 RAMP-TIME KIDS almost certainly a Pacific B-24
N24 #23 READY BETTE, 30BG
N24 #25 READY WILLING AND ABLE, 6BG
N24 #26 Hiding behind this 492BG P-47 (the CO's personal 'jeep') is a B-24H-FO named REBEL, assumed to be also from the 492nd.