"Lady be Good" Dennis E. Mcclendon
The WW II Mystery Bomber
- 1st Lt. Hatton (Pilot)
- 2nd Lt. Robert F. Toner (Copilot)
- 2nd Lt. Dp Hays (Navigator)
- 2nd Lt. John S. Woravka (Bombardier )
- Sgt. Harold J. Ripslinger (Aerial engineer)
- Sgt. Robert E. LaMotte (Radio operator)
- Sgt. Guy E. Shelley (Assistant Engineer gunner)
- Sgt. Vernon L. Moore (Assistant Radio operator)
- Sgt. Samuel E. Adams (Tail gunner)
Toner and Adams were the only of the crew members to have married. Both of the wives remarried. Adams was the only with a child, born a couple months after the went missing. They were all declared "missing in action" then a year later, in April 1944, they were declared "Dead. Killed in action"
The pilot of the Lady be good. This mission was his, and the rest of his crew's, first.
The Aerial Engineer of the Lady Be Good. It was his diary that finally Gave an answer to the sixteen year long mystery.
The dairy they found That belonged to Sgt. Ripslinger.
The B-24 Liberator Bomber
This B-24 liberator bomber is a pinkish color, like the Lady Be good was. It was this color because it was good camouflage in the desert.
The Lady be good
The Lady be good after they began to unbury the bomber in hopes they could find more information about the mystery bomber.
The Libyan Destert
The Libyan desert, where the Lady Be Good was found. At first the ones who found it, , weren't at all shocked. It was very common to find abandoned and broken down planes.