Welcome to the tribute page for the crew of  B-24H 42-51090 "Hey Moe"

725th Bombardment Squadron, 451st Bombardment Group (Heavy)
15th Army Air Force
The Trumper Crew in Topeka, Kansas prior to departing for Italy
"The Crew"


 (L to R) Taylor (gunner)  Jackson (gunner) Milnor (radio operator / gunner) Seigel (gunner)
Barden (gunner) Bonney (gunner)


(L to R) Brown (co-pilot) Trumper (pilot) Shumard (bombardier) Christensen (navigator)

                   The B-24 Liberator was produced in greater quantities and flown in more
                   theaters than any other four engine bomber in World War II.
                   19,256 B-24s (in several versions) were produced by Consolidated
                   Vultee, Ford Motor Company, Douglas Aircraft and North American
                   Aircraft between the years of 1939 and 1945. Today, there are
                   only two flight-worthy B-24's in existence, and its history and role in
                   WW II is only dimly recalled except by those who flew in them.

                   B-24H,  SN: 42-51090 was just one of these great airplanes to fly in the war.

                   Here is the story of the plane and its crew ............

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