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LADY BE GOOD

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64 01-1 SAMUEL D. ROSE

Starboard (Right) Side - Before Name & #64 were Applied - Featured in: "The Lady Be Good"& "Lady's Men"

Contributor - Ed Clendenin
Being prepped before going overseas and being flown by Pilot Samuel D. Rose.

Info Contributor - Daniel L. Stockton
On her way back from a mission to bomb Naples, Italy, LADY BE GOOD was lost in the Libyan Desert 4 Apr 43. The wreckage was found in 1959, by an oil exploration team. All crewmembers perished:

1st Lieutenant William J. Hatton - Pilot
2nd Lieutenant Robert F. Toner - Co-Pilot
2nd Lieutenant Dp Hays - Navigator
2nd Lieutenant John S. Woravka - Bombardier

Technical Sergeant Harold J. Ripslinger - Flight Engineer
Technical Sergeant Robert E. LaMotte - Radio Operator
Staff Sergeant Guy E. Shelly - Gunner/Asst. Flight Engineer
Staff Sergeant Vernon L. Moore - Gunner/Asst. Radio Operator
Staff Sergeant Samuel R. Adams - Gunner

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