NO WAY OUT: The Untold Story of the B-24 "Lady Be Good" and Her Crews
It was the first and only combat mission for the B-24 Liberator Lady Be Good. On April 4, 1943, she left her base on the North African coast of Libya to bomb the port city of Naples, Italy. She never returned to base. It was not until the spring of 1959 that Lady Be Good was discovered by a BP oil exploration team. This is the story of the B-24's recovery effort. Well illustrated, many in color.
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