This undated family photo show 2nd Lt. Donald Underwood. The U.S. government has identified the remains of the World War II airman from Detroit who died in a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean in 1944.  The bomber known as the "Miss Bee Haven" crashed shortly after takeoff from the Gilbert Islands. That area now is the country of Kiribati.
This undated family photo show 2nd Lt. Donald Underwood. The U.S. government has identified the remains of the World War II airman from Detroit who died in a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean in 1944. The bomber known as the "Miss Bee Haven" crashed shortly after takeoff from the Gilbert Islands. That area now is the country of Kiribati. Family Photo Courtesy of Joni Mehall via AP)
This undated family photo show 2nd Lt. Donald Underwood. The U.S. government has identified the remains of the World War II airman from Detroit who died in a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean in 1944. The bomber known as the "Miss Bee Haven" crashed shortly after takeoff from the Gilbert Islands. That area now is the country of Kiribati. Family Photo Courtesy of Joni Mehall via AP)

WWII remains on Pacific island identified as Michigan man

September 14, 2017 3:00 PM