Doolittle Raid
April 1942
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James Harold Doolittle (Dec. 14, 1896-Sept. 27, 1993) This photograph probably taken around 1922. Doolittle would be promoted to Brigadier General and awarded the Medal of Honor following the daring raid he planned against Japan.



Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle and his crew on the USS Hornet April 1942.
From left to right are; Lt. Henry A. Potter; navigator, Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle; pilot, SSG Fred A. Braemer; bombardier, Lt. Richard E. Cole; co-pilot, SSG Paul J. Leonard; engineer/gunner.



April 1942: Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle and Capt. Marc A. Mitscher with members of Doolittle's Raiders while en route to Japan on board USS Hornet CV-8.



April 1942: USS Hornet CV-8 at sea loaded with the 16 B-25 Mitchell bombers that would be used in the raid.


April 1942: The B-25 Mitchell bombers lashed securely to the deck of the USS Hornet CV-8.





Doolittle Raid
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