The "Lady Be Good" Stained Glass Window from the Wheelus Air Force Base Chapel is now on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.
The fueslage of the Lady Be Good, found in the desert seventeen years after the crash
In a souvenir photograph taken shortly before the crash, the crewmen of the Lady Be Good clown for the camera. From left:Staff Sergeant Vernon L. Moore, Second Lieutenant Hays, Second Lieutenant John S. Woravka, Staff Sergeant Guy E. Shelley, and Technical Sergeant Harold J. Ripslinger.
Not to belabor the obvious, but during WW2 there were thousands of missing planes which have never been found.
My great uncle was bombardier on such a plane lost over Ploesti in the first daylight raids by the USAA.
The people who are related to the crew of the “Lady Be Good” at least now know what happened to their loved ones.
God Bless ALL of their souls and those of their families.