The Oldest Liberator "Diamond Lil"

Aug
25
Dallas, Texas

Contracted to be built for France in 1940 and later contracted to be diverted to Great Britain as AM927, this Liberator, now known as Diamond Lil, was the 25th built out of a total of 18,482 B-24s. Diamond Lil, assigned to the B-29/B-24 Squadron, is a feature aircraft of the AirPower History Tour. For the past year and a half, Diamond Lil was undergoing extensive maintenance. In June, Crew Chief Rick Garvis cheerfully announced that Diamond Lil was ready to take flight again and she is already back out on the road. You can visit www.airpowersquadron.org for more information about tour schedules, rides, and info on how to join the Squadron.

Dallas, Texas,

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