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A set of photos sent to me of Doolite's raid in Tokyo.

A set of photos sent to me of Doolite's raid in Tokyo.

Bill McIntosh

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    • 18 Apr 1942
    • Doolittle RaidThe Plan: Take 16 B-25s, launch 400 miles out, strike targets under thecover of darkness and recover in China after sunrise.What Happened; Launch 700 miles out, strike targets during the earlyafternoon, and bailout over China in darkness.
    • Crew 1Lt Col Jimmy Doolittle and Crew. Dick Cole, a member of theGreatest Generation, is thankfully still with us today and remainsactive on his farm in Comfort, Texas.
    • Crew 8Crew 8 landed near Vladivostok with engine trouble and wereinterned in Russia until they escaped through Iran in May 1943.
    • Crew 12Sgt Duquette was killed 6 weeks after theraid when his plane hit a mountain whilereturning from a bombing mission.
    • Crew 11Capt Ross Green was shot downover North Africa on 17 Jul 1943. Hewas Captured – Escaped –Recaptured and spent the rest of thewar as a POW.
    • Crew 16Crew was captured by the Japanese after bailing out. Lt Farrow and SgtSpatz were executed on 15 Oct 1942 along with Lt Hallmark from Crew 6.
    • •80 Men flew from the Hornet on 18 Apr 1942 •3 were killed bailing out •8 were captured by the Japanese •3 POWs were executed •1 died of malnutrition and mistreatment •4 were repatriated 40 months into captivity •10 were KIA in Europe, North Africa & Indo-China •4 were shot down and interred as German POWs