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Photo ID 195944 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID 195020 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 195020
The Collings Foundation comes into Boeing Field for their yearly stop along the "Wings of Freedom" tour.
Photo ID 174110 by W.A.Kazior. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 174110
Wings of Freedom - Western Museum of Flight & Collings Foundation event
Photo ID 174109 by W.A.Kazior. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 174109
Wings of Freedom - Western Museum of Flight & Collings Foundation event
Photo ID 174108 by W.A.Kazior. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 174108
Wings of Freedom - Western Museum of Flight & Collings Foundation event
Photo ID 167461 by Alex Jossi. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 167461
Witchcraft taxiing for departure to the Tri-Cities Airport (KPSC) after a weekend of revenue flights over the Portland metro area.
Photo ID 161083 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 161083
Witchcraft rolls down the runway at BFI with passengers on board for a revenue flight.
Photo ID 159864 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 159864
Witchcraft rolls in to McCormick Air Center for the first time in several years on the Collings Foundation's Wings of Freedom Tour, with the B-17, B-25 and P-51 in tow. Seeing all three primary bombers and a fighter in one place is a rare occurrence now.
Photo ID 129778 by David F. Brown. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID 129777 by David F. Brown. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID 128026 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID 126618 by Joe Osciak. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID 123575 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 123575
The Collings Foundation's B-24J, painted in the colors of Witchcraft, comes in on final to Boeing Field with a full load of passengers on board.
Photo ID 123461 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 123461
Witchcraft rolls to stop next to the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field.
Photo ID 105658 by Joe Osciak. Private Private Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID 99618 by Joe Osciak. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 99618
Landing at Cape May to begin a couple days of flights and tours.
Photo ID 83298 by Tony Printezis. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 83298
Wings of Freedom Tour 2011. The Collings Foundation's "Witchcraft" is the only flying B-24J in the world. She has been named in honor of the 8th Air Force. Nikon D700, AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED VR lens.
Photo ID 70449 by dave budd. Private Private Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 70449
Had a wonderful time with the Collings Foundation B-24 "Witchcraft". We had arranged a night shoot with Hunter Chaney and they pulled out all the stops. Thanks to Jason the co-pilot for the time he spent with us that night!!
Photo ID 66435 by Rod Dermo. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 66435
Thunder Over Michigan 2010
Photo ID 49029 by Nathan Havercroft. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 49029
Witchcraft returns to French Valley after a short pleasure flight.
Photo ID 6364 by Brian Lockett. Private Collings Foundation Consolidated B 24J Liberator, N224J
Photo ID: 6364
Witchcraft was formerly named The Dragon and His Tail. It served the Royal Air Force as a Liberator B. VII before being transferred to the Indian Air Force.
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