In December 1944, the 3rd Bomb Division was redesginated the 3rd Air Division.
In 1944 she was voted "the prettiest WAC in the 8th Air Force" by the GIs, in a "Stars and Stripes" newspaper competition.
Two aircraft were named after her, B-17 44-6483 "Ruby's Raiders", and P-51 44-15315 "Miss E.T.O", and she was involved in the War Bond sales effort.
B-17 Flying Fortress
Delivered Hunter 17/8/44; Grenier 4/9/44; Assigned 550BS/385BG [SG-G] Gt Ashfield 8/9/44; Returned to the USA Bradley 26/6/45; Sth Plains 28/6/45; Reconstruction Finance Corporation (sold for scrap metal in USA) Kingman 5/11/45. RUBY'S RAIDERS.
Assigned to 352FS, 353rd FG, 8AF USAAF. Transferred to 505FS, 339FG, 8AF USAAF.
Military site : non-airfield
Elveden Hall, Brandon, Suffolk was used during the Second World War as a headquarters for the USAAF Third Air Division. Some evidence to suggest that the staff quarters were struck and destroyed by a bomb. ...
|Born||Wynnewood, Oklahoma.||4 April 1921|
|Died||San Bernardino, California||22 February 1981|
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