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    The Lady Be Good, the Air Force mystery B-24 bomber from World War II, crashed in the Libyan desert in 1943; its crew was never heard from again. The plane's wreckage was discovered in 1960. Harold Ripslinger had been aboard. This is a picture of Harold and the girl he left behind when he went off to war. Check out the tragic story of the plane and its crew members. Click on the picture.

    Consolidated B-24D Liberator, la isla de Atka

    APR 4 1943 B-24 bomber ‘Lady Be Good’ takes off on first operation The ill-fated crew of the Lady Be Good, from the left: 1Lt. W.J. Hatton, pilot; 2Lt. R.F. Toner, copilot; 2Lt. D.P. Hays, navigator; 2Lt. J....

    Tail turret view at Consolidated B-24D "Lady Be Good" crash site. (U.S. Air Force photo)

    Lady Be Good: Mystery Bomber of World War II >>> The disappearance of a bomber crew after their plane crashes for no apparent reason in April 1943. No further sightings of them until 15 yrs later when a BP oil recon crew spots the wreckage miles off its flight path and from its destination. One finding: a1943 datebook showing the men held prayer vigils in hopes of being rescued. Sad.

    Ghostly Plane Wrecks Found in Remote, Exotic Locations | Liberator in West Sahara

    Vernon Moore? The only crew member still missing.

    World War 2 German Waffen SS Attack set - Made by The Collectors Showcase Military Miniatures and Models. Factory made, hand assembled, painted and boxed in a padded decorative box. Excellent gift for the enthusiast.

    black soldier stationed in france during world war II.

    WWII Heavy bomber, Consolidated B-24, crashed on takeoff, San Giovanni Field, Italy, April 12, 1945

    This wounded World War II veteran with his son after returning home from the war.

    Two brothers randomly meet during World War II. Neither knew if the other was still alive.

    Sgt is top turret gunner on a B-24 of the 8th Air Force in England.

    During World War II, Audrey Hepburn was a courier for resistance fighters in Holland.

    B-24 Liberator

    Carl Driver of Punta Gorda, Fla. was a tailgunner on a B-24 “Liberator” in World War II. He stands beside the nose art on his bomber “Passionate Witch.” Driver flew in the 13th Air Force in the Pacific.

    A B-25 Mitchell from the 405th Bomb Squadron "Green Dragons", 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force doing some low-level 'skip' bombing. The bombers would come in over a target low and fast, dropping their bombs with delay fuses a distance from the target and it would skip across the water into the side of the ship.

    Audie Leon Murphy - born in a small town in Texas in 1926, 6th of 12 children: he grew up raising them for a large part of their life because his dad left them when he was around 10. At 16 he joined the military (Army), he was underage, so had his sister forge a birth certificate for him. He was 5'5 and 145 lbs he could kill with looks alone. He was the most decorated soldier of WWII.

    American WW2 poster

    William Holden. He served as a 2nd lieutenant in the Air Force during World War II.

    Consolidated B-24 Liberator 15th Air Force Liberators on the mission to Muhldorf,Germany on March 19,1945.