NN1 #1 445BG B-24H-FO with what appears to be a Dodo or similar.
NN1 #2 490BG B-24M-FO with a shiny red apple.
NN1 #3 Inward retracting nosewheel doors limit the series and it looks like some repairs in that area suggesting a possible nosewheel collapse, paint strip and relegation to non-combat duties. Maybe if we could decipher the flag details there'd be a clue there.
NN1 #4 Aircraft type is a B-24E so location is limited to Stateside and just the hint of a nose number suggests TB-24E. The artwork looks to be a unit insignia rather than 'nose art' as such.
NN1 #6. No information on this one at all, though it's probably on a B-24H.
NN1 #7 If I can have one bomb log image I might as well have more! This appears to be a LABS/Snooper (often with the OKC or even OLM nose mod) B-24 of the 43BG 63BS.
NN1 #8 The nose art was no doubt on the other side of this 90BG B-24D1 but matching it isn't simple. I once knew, but have now forgotten, the significance of the 'starred' and 'unstarred' bomb symbols.
NN1 #9 Another well-used early model 90BG B-24D in a Port Moresby revetment.
NN1 #11 Bugs Bunny appears to be holding a bottle of Whiskey/Bourbon and dropping a bomb on the - probable 43BG - B-24D1.
NN1 #13 An idyllic setting for a bulldog-adorned PB4Y-1 and a couple of F-3Fs. The PB4Y-1 has the unusual 'sliding-door' nose mod noted on only a small number of USN Liberators.
NN1 #14 Art imitating life on this 11BG B-24
NN1 #15 A cartoon dog brightens up this 8AF B-24
NN1 #16 I'd have thought this was chalked on, but I have another image of the same aircraft at a different time and the white outline is still there.
NN1 #17 Donald Duck on an RAF Liberator
NN1 #18 Juggling Donald Duck on an RAF Liberator. Chakeri was the main salvage yard for RAF Liberators in India.
NN1 #19 A very fearsome Dragon
NN1 #20 Stateside B-24D with what looks like an electronics test logo
NN1 #21 I think this 'dragon' is actually a Wessex and it is the logo for one of the 8AF B-24 groups....but I can't recall which one. This is clearly an H-FO.
NN1 #22 Likely a PB4Y-1, with Donald Duck up to some mischief.