This is a plane called the B24 Liberator.
The rugged b24 liberator achieved fame during the second world war ,which was one of the Air Forces most reliable long range bombers. The B24 D was the first version of the liberator to be built in large quantities, and more than 2,700 of these aircraft were built. These aircraft were built prior to the B-24E, which was often overshadowed by the B-17 Flying Fortress. The B24 was incredible, and it saw action more than any other American bomber. The remarkable aircraft was an engineering marvel, for it was neither sleek, nor graceful. It relied on its magnificent wing design, which not only improved the air-crafts operational range, but reduced drag as well. It amazed the air force, for this revolutionary bomber had tricycle landing gear, 2 slab like rudders, and 2 cavernous bomb bays. That ended all, for this air craft was in deed a heavy duty bomber. The plane was also a photo reconnaissance, anti submarine patrol plane, and a cargo transport. By 1943 it had replaced the B17 as the long range bomber in the South Pacific, and was flown by Army and Navy crews, with British aviators. This model depict thE B24D bomber which claimed 320 enemy aircraft, and over 100,000 tons of enemy shipping sunk.