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B-24J Liberator   42-110141   BREEZY LADY
The BREEZY LADY flying during the Mulhouse Mission 01.
Manufacturing Data
Serial Number 42-110141
Model B-24J
Manufacturer Consolidated - San Diego, California
Production Block B-24J-140-CO
Color Olive Drab aka OD
Group Data
Date Assigned to 492nd Original aircraft for the 859th BS
Obtained From Consolidated
Flyover Pilot 2nd Lt Donald Prytulak Crew 907
Total Missions w/492nd 5
Total WWII Missions unknown
859th Squadron Code: X4
Tail Code: W+
Originally named BREEZY LADY by the Prytulak Crew 907.
Transferred to the 458th BG during late May in the J for H trade.
753rd Squadron Code: J4
Tail Code: U
This plane was modified for AZON duty. For more information see the AZON link to the right.
It retained the name BREEZY LADY as painted on the pilot's side. SUPERMAN was added onto the co-pilot's side.
Later the BREEZY LADY side was renamed MARIE.
24 Jul 44: Crashlanded in England, no details provided.
4 Nov 44: involved in an accident w/Kenyon Crew, no details provided.
Returned to the USA in 1945.
More Info
3 pictures
Prytulak Crew 907
Smiley Crew 910
J for H trade
Links to missions
flown by this plane
are below in the
Mission Record
458th BG site
Mission Record
Documented Missions with the 492nd
Date Mission Mission # Pilot Crew Notes
11 May 44 Mulhouse, France
 Link to Mission 01 page 01
Prytulak 907 Target: Marshalling yard
12 May 44 Zeitz, Germany
 Link to Mission 02 page 02
Prytulak 907 Target: Oil refinery
15 May 44 Siracourt, France
 Link to Mission 04 page 04
Smiley 910 Target: Crossbow (V-1 rockets).
21 May 44 Siracourt, France
 Link to Mission 06 page 06
Prytulak 907 Target: Crossbow (V-1 rockets)
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