Some interesting links on the B-17 / B-24 and WWII in the South Pacific:
http://www.enter.net/~rocketeer/13thmain.html A very well done site by Larry Long that covers all of the units of the Thirteenth Air Force.
http://www.heavybombers.com A great all around resource with web message boards. They also have a great e-mail mailing list where you can exchange e-mails with all the members at once.
http://www.b24bestweb.com A whole bunch of B-24 pictures.
http://www.pacificwrecks.com Database of WWII aircraft wrecks in the South Pacific by Justin Taylan.
http://www.13afvets.org The Official 13th Jungle Air Force Veterans Association web site. Very well done with a list of current members.
http://www.mach3ww.com/B24 The Internet B-24 Veterans Group. They also have a great e-mail mailing list where you can exchange e-mails with all the members at once.
http://members.aol.com/dheitm8612/requiem.htm "Requiem for a Heavyweight: A Combat/Test Profile of a Consolidated B-24 Liberator" by Lin Hendrix. Describes the flight characteristics of the B-24.
http://www.collingsfoundation.org/pages/news.html The appearance schedule for the Collings Foundation B-24 and B-17
http://www.aerothentic.com The best place to find out any information on the 5th AF. Mike Claringbould is an accomplished author and researcher of anything related to the 5th AF in WWII. He will also admit to having a large bit of information on the 13th AF. If you have questions, this is the man to contact!