Once again, it is not yet known who named the plane "Sarah Gray" or when it was painted, or who Sarah Gray was. If anyone has this information I would be delighted to learn of it. The only known photograph of the nose art shows Old English style script and no image. Given Nick Fingelly's considerable talent it seems likely that it may also have included a portrait or figure study but there is no evidence of this. The B17 was assigned to Lt Gormly's crew for 22 of its missions which included raids on Berlin, Bremen, Munich and Merseburg. On one occasion, 11th July 44, "Sarah Gray" led the high group of 4th "B" combat wing with Lt G Miller in command. No other lead roles have been recorded and details of its battle damage are, as yet, unknown.