The B-25J-30-NC SN 44-86777 now flying as "Georgie's Gal" was delivered on July 2, 1945. Her first assignment was to Yuma, Arizona. In January of 1946, she was moved to Mather Field, California. She was again moved in February of 1950 to Ellington Air Force Base. In 1954, she was modified by Hayes. She was then assigned to Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas until she was flown to storage in December of 1958. In January of 1959, she was sold to Fike Plumbing, Inc. and her civil registration was assigned as N9167Z. She was sold to James Landon of Phoenix, Arizona in 1969. In 1972, she was sold to Allan Crobsy of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. She was operated as "The Devil Made Me Do It". In 1987, she was sold to Vintage Aircraft of Kissimmee, Florida. She was then sold to Mid South Lumber Company of Cropwell, Alabama in June of 1988. By November of 1992, she was sold again to Exec Aviation, Inc. of Cincinnati, Ohio. She underwent a restoration at that time and her registration was changed to N345BG. She was flying at that time as "Martha Jean". In April of 1997, she was sold to Lost in the Forties Aviation of Wilmington, Delaware. In 2011, she was purchased by the Liberty Aviation Museum and was overhauled.