The Collings Foundation B-24 Liberator ‘Witchcraft’ is the only fully restored B-24 bomber with mission experience from World War II. Flying out of the Chicago Executive Airport, the trip majestically captures the breathtaking Chicago skyline. Amazing!
“Witchcraft” was a B-24 assigned to the 467th Bomb Group, 790 Bomb Squadron that compiled an amazing record of 130 combat missions during World War II.
The Collings Foundation B-24 Liberator
The plane is painted in olive drab, with red and white nose bowls, red and white rudders, 130 bomb markings and a cartoonish witch flying a machine gun as nose art.
By the time the last complete B-24M came off the Willow Run assembly line in July 1945, 18,482 Liberators had been built by the five B-24 manufacturers.