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Consolidated B-24 Liberator's of the RCAF

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The Liberators used by Coastal Command were known as VLR (Very Long Range ) aircraft. The term was most appropriate because 12 to 15 hours out of sight of land without the luxury of a Sunderland's galley or the Canso's bunks certainly heightened the illusion of VLR, a term no doubt coined by the first returning crew.

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