Lorenzo, my dad was in the 445th which also flew liberators. I have his squadrons "yearbook" that was put together after they got back to the States. Here's a picture of it. It has pictures of many of the air crews, all of the officers, many of the personnel. It is all of the bombing records along with losses. They had one right over Kassel Germany on September 27th 1944 where they lost 25 out of 37 aircrew. I have attached a picture of that page. It also has a complete roster of everyone who was in the unit. My dad was Carroll J. Simmons and I have attached a picture of that page of the roster. Jimmy Stewart was a pilot in the 445th.
My dad wasn't in the air crew, he was a sergeant in what they called "Codes and Ciphers". Their task was to coordinate the radio frequencies, code names and call signs for all of the bombers. Back in 1972 he took us over to England and we visited his old airfield. The tower building was being used to house cows and it was kind of funny to see their heads sticking out the windows. One of the runways was still intact and was being used by a flying club. That book has some amazing pictures in it along with all of their bombing stats, etc.
It also contains the full squadron history from their inception on April 1 1943 through September 12th 1945.