DAYTON, Ohio -- Operation CARPETBAGGER exhibit in the World War II Gallery at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. The CARPETBAGGERS dropped all types of supplies to the resistance forces in Europe: radios, batteries for radios, weapons, ammunition, first aid supplies, food, clothing, and many other daily necessities. However, they also delivered items used in the world of espionage agents. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Consolidated B-24 Carpetbaggers (OSS secret operatives) Liberator, tailcode “K” on a hard stand at Harrington. Note that the B-24 is painted a solid gloss black that afforded maximum camouflage at night. The forward guns (or turret, later) and ball turret were removed from the 492nd Liberators. National Archives photo
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