Paul, great photos as usual. The last one is the winner! Do you know why? Because this is a tail of one of those last "hybrid" B-25D blocks. Could be a modified B-25G-12 as well. One can see the original glazing (plexiglass) over the tail turret (top) with only the new opening for the camera added. Same tail configuration of a modified B-25G below:Last one kind of interesting and found on Fold3.
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10th Combat Camera Unit is mentioned in the text of your photo - it was part of the 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, 10th AAF and checking the years of activation and inactivation of the unit this might be a post-war photo. The year 1947 appears in the description too.