Today, you can see some of the equipment and parts from the "Lady Be Good" at the US Air Force Museum in Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, and at the Quartermaster Museum in Virginia.
As for the last bits of the "Lady Be Good", the record is unclear. Some say that Muammar Khaddafy of Libya had the plane hauled away to a military base some years ago. Others say that the bulk of the plane still rests where it crashed years ago on the bleak plateau of Cyrenaica.
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NAVIGATOR'S FATAL DECISIONS
The Lady Be Good was now on the way back to Soluch Airfield. Even using dead reckoning (time and distance) they would be close to their destination. The pilot, Lt. Hatton requested an inbound bearing from Benina tower's HF/DF equipment covering Benghazi which was 30 miles north of Soluch. He was informed he was on an inbound magnetic bearing of 330 degrees. The reciprocal heading was used leading the LBG to believe they were still over the Mediterranean. The inbound bearing of 330 degrees from Benina tower could also have been an outbound bearing of 150 degrees. So the LBG continued it's fateful flight into the unknown. They were actually on the 150 degree outbound bearing, which could have been verified by turning left and noting a decrease in the reported bearing values.