In reality this is 43-31171 but is on display at the IWM Duxford to represent B-25J 43-4064 that served with the 488th BS, 340th BG, 12th Air Force in the latter stages of the Second World War from its base in Corsica. This was the BG that formed the inspiration for Joseph Heller's satirical novel Catch-22. Heller served as a bombardier in the 488th Bomb Squadron and had extensive experience flying bombing missions in Mitchells.
Operating out of Harlingen in formation with B-25 N3161G. N9494Z was flown to the UK in 1978 for use in the movie "Hannover Street". Stored after the film and later registered G-BWGR. US registration cancelled in 1995.
Originally USAAF 44-30254, this B-25 went to the RCAF as 5211, and just previously CF-MWC with G & M Aircraft (still carrying their titles), flying as tanker 337. Pictured recently imported by the Great Planes Air Museum / The Air Station of Arlington. The aircraft went to the Flying Heritage Museum in 1999 and was restored as a flying warbird.