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Lady's men

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In April 1943 Lady Be Good, an American Liberator bomber, vanished into the night while returning to base at Benghazi, Libya, following a mission to Naples, Italy. All attempts to find the aircraft and her crew proved unsuccessful, and they became just one more casualty of the war. Fifteen years later, oil geologists spotted the bomber's remarkably well-preserved remains from the air some 400 miles southeast of Benghazi. Reports to American and British authorities provoked no interest. The investigation and reconstruction of the ill-fated mission was left to geologist Don Sheridan, who led a survey party to the plane and eventually located the crew and evidence of their desperate attempt to survive in the forbidding desert environment.

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Author(s):
Mario Martinez
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1848845685
ISBN-13:
9781848845688
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Pen & Sword Aviation
Title:
Lady's men

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In April 1943 Lady Be Good, an American Liberator bomber, vanished into the night while returning to base at Benghazi, Libya, following a mission to Naples, Italy. All attempts to find the aircraft and her crew proved unsuccessful, and they became just one more casualty of the war. Fifteen years later, oil geologists spotted the bomber's remarkably well-preserved remains from the air some 400 miles southeast of Benghazi. Reports to American and British authorities provoked no interest. The investigation and reconstruction of the ill-fated mission was left to geologist Don Sheridan, who led a survey party to the plane and eventually located the crew and evidence of their desperate attempt to survive in the forbidding desert environment.

Author(s):
Mario Martinez
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1848845685
ISBN-13:
9781848845688
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Pen & Sword Aviation
Title:
Lady's men

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