Marianna...there were actually 7 B-17s named "Lady Be Good"
a/c 43-38417 385 BG 551 BS Photo NO
a/c 43-38594 457 BG 749 BS Photo YES
a/c 42-3341 2 BG 429 BS Photo NO
a/c no a/c # 390 BG 570 BS Photo NO
a/c 43-37563 452 BG 729 BS Photo YES *******
a/c 41-9025 457 BG None Photo NO
a/c 43-38902 457 BG 748 BS Photo NO
Note : The Squadron is the 729th ..not the 728th.
Only the 452nd BG Association can tell you if the a/c was assigned to which Squadron
[url "http://www.armyairforces.com/dbgroups.asp?Group=264"]http://www.armyairforces.com/dbgroups.asp?Group=264[/url] (452 BG Association Page) Contact the 452nd BG Association for answers to your questions.
You can email Wally Forman at [url "mailto:Avibuff@aol.com"]Avibuff@aol.com[/url] for an emailed photo, of a/c 43-37563.
Be Sure you tell him your father flew this aircraft.
This information came from Wallace Forman's B-17 Nose Art Name Directory.