SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
GIANT, FOUR MOTORED BOMBER is the Consolidated-built B-24 Liberator. These planes, extremely fast (over 300 mls/h, 483 km/h) are being constructed in mass production by the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. They are said to have range in excess of 3,000 mls (4,828 km). The wing span is over 100 ft (30.48 m) and length more than 60 ft (18.29 m). They carry more than 8,800 lb (4,000 kg) of bombs.
The aircraft was lost when it caught fire during servicing at Wright Field, Ohio, USA, on September 1, 1942.