B-24 Liberator “Boise Bronc”

B-24 Liberator “Boise Bronc” of the 320th Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Group photographed in Palawan, Philippines in July 1945. The B-24 “Boise Bronc” was named after the football team from Boise Junior College (now Boise State University). Source: U.S. Air Force.
Nose Art of B-24J Boise Bronc of 320th BS 90th BG in Philippines

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1 comment to B-24 Liberator “Boise Bronc”

  • david harter

    my father leland i harter was the pilot that named the boise bronc, he is still alive and living in jacksonville oregon he has pictures of himself next to this bird, and alot of stories of the earlyer years of the plane.