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Doolittle Raid

The Doolittle Raid, on 18 April 1942, was the first air raid by the United States to strike the Japanese Home Islands (specifically Honshu) during World War Ii.

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4 B-25's in formation commemorating the Doolittle Raid. MAN, that's beautiful!
There's a scene where FDR convinces his skeptical advisors to go ahead with the Doolittle Raid by getting…
Outside the Box: 'Enemy Coast Ahead - The Doolittle Raid' - - -
They also flew 6 B25s for a Doolittle Raid special. FYI, there were 4 or 5 Aggies who were Raiders. Doolittle's XO was an Aggie.
6 B-25s to commemorate the Doolittle raid after 75 years.
Enemy Coast Ahead: The Doolittle Raid, signed by all around nice bloke Jerry White.
B-25, early bomber, was first in WW2. Also Jimmy Doolittle raid over Tokyo. Very important aircraft.…
Final surviving members of daring WWII Doolittle Raid to gather for one last toast to honor late airmen 
B-25s? PBJs? We've got 'em. Come see them commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid at this wee…
Thunderbirds Led by Sugar Land Native, Vietnam and Doolittle Raid Tributes, and Food Drive to Highlight 33rd...
A crew member checks the lashings on his bomber aboard the USS Hornet, in preparation for the Doolittle Raid on April…
Superb piece of history.. Doolittle's raid is one of the iconic counter attacks in military history
This week welcomed the author of "Target Tokyo: Jimmy Doolittle & the Raid That Avenged Pearl Harbor."
B-25B Mitchell, one of 16 involved in Doolittle Raid, takes off from the USS Hornet for an air raid on the Japanese ***
This day in 1942, U.S. launches the Doolittle Raid, the first raid on Japan after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
75 years ago today, these fearless pilots embarked on the Doolittle Raid as payback for Pearl Harbor:
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75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid
4/18 marked the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid. Visit our blog for an essay & eyewitness accounts:…
ICYMI: Honor flight Vets commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid earlier this week:
On the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid (4/18), a story of duty, honor, courage, and 80 silver goblets:
The Doolittle Raid caused the Japanese to move up their plan to invade Midway. Then they lose the Kaga, Akagi, Sory…
Loving the Google Maps session! Planning to recreate the Doolittle Raid soon!
Airmen of the USAAF, led by Lt. Col. James H. prepare for their surprise raid on Tokyo. Apr. 18, 1942
The best part of "Pearl Harbor" is Doolittle's Raid. Should've just stuck to that.
Jimmy Doolittle the American hero flier who led the raid on Japan in which the author, Major White, took part
Newsreel Footage &The Famous Doolittle Raid over Tokyo &Revenge for Pearl Harbor
When the action is over and we look back, we understand both more and less. This much is certain. Before the Doolittle ra…
The B-25 "Panchito" will perform at the to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Doolittle Raid during... ht…
Lebo, KS, Harold "Skinny" Spatz Memorial Park is named for the pilot who flew in WWII Doolittle raid.
Happy 101st bday *** Cole, Doolittle's copilot in Tokyo raid-I did flash graphic 4 65th anniv of raid in 2007
A fragment from the B-52 flown by Lt. Col. Doolittle in the Tokyo Raid of 1942.
You must really hate the USS Hornet over the Doolittle raid.
honored to meet you in Dallas in '15 at "Daughters of WWII" event, w *** Cole from the Doolittle Raid!
Last surviving hero of Doolittle's raid.
Chiang Kai-shek and Joseph Stilwell on the day following Japanese bombing attack [Doolittle Raid]. Maymyo, Burma.
B-25 Mitchell Bomber. Made famous in the Doolittle Raid, bombing Japan after Pearl Harbor.…
actually, we got revenge earlier on April 18, 1942 with The Doolittle Raid on Tokyo
The was the first US air raid strike on homeland Japan after Pearl Harbor. Learn more here:
Doolittle Raid, one US great accomplishments, reminds me of our raid on al Qaeda after their surprise attack in
The Doolittle raid. Saw a B25 fly with Vera the Lancaster & a Mustang over the Quinte Air show this summer.
RIP Staff Sgt. Thatcher. And a nod to Lt. Col. Cole, the last living member of the Doolittle Raid.
The Doolittle Raid pushed the Japanese high command to go with Yamamoto's Midway strategy—and we cracked their code.
1 of 2 remaining Doolittle Raiders dies in Montana: David Thatcher was a corporal during the 1942 raid on Tokyo led…
The Doolittle Raid was fantastically risky, but worth it to show Japan (and folks on the homefront) that US wasn't going to roll over.
It is so very important that we never forget great men such as these...true Sheep Dogs all!
US|David Thatcher, Part of '42 Doolittle Raid on Japan, Dies at 94 - New York Times
One of two remaining airmen who flew in World War Ii 'Doolittle Raid' dies via the App. Best generation
Moe Berg was a .243 lifetime hitter. He was also a U.S. spy, a key cog in the planning of the Doolittle Raid.
Hang on, the Doolittle Raid AND John Ford's Midway footage in the same edition? . Oh, you really are spoiling me.
Seen this before?? In 1992 B-25s take off from a carrier once more to remember the Doolitt…
Doolittle Raid B25B 40-2242 that landed in Russia after the raid. The B-25 that landed in the Soviet
The Doolittle Raid Service Period. Make sure it is listed on your active duty Record Brief now, and listed on your...
The Doolittle raid was a remarkable operation carried out by courageous men.
B-25 Bomber takes off from a carrier, Doolittle Raid on Tokyo 1942
What happened during the 'Doolittle Raid'? When & where did it take place? If you don't know you can thank American history text you had.
It will be 3 hours long and somehow the last hour will be about the Doolittle raid
Photo: Posing in front of a bomber is Crew No. 1 of the Doolittle Raid, from the 34th Bombardment Squadron,...
US bombing of a Kunduz hospital. The WW2 Doolittle raid on Tokyo caused accusations of "war crimes." Americans were beheaded by the Japanese.
then to Tokyo Bay to obtain vital weather intelligence for the upcoming Doolittle Raid.
Photo: british-eevee: B-25B Mitchel bomber taking off from the USS Hornet, a part of the Doolittle Raid...
easy mind bending story. Doolittle raid. Take planes off from carrier than cannot land there
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Hospital bombing. The 1942 Doolittle raid on Tokyo accidentally bombed a school. The Japanese said we'd done it purposely. Executed aircrew.
A bit of history: The Doolittle raid of Japan in WWII
TIL one of the ships that escorted the Doolittle Raid in WW2 was called the Sabine
Isaac started talking to me in the middle of the Doolittle's like he doesn't understand how this works.
midnight ET. Pearl Harbor smoking. Fight back: Doolittle Raid begins as the B-25s are hoisted onto Hornet.
Great painting of the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo, shortly after Pearl Harbor attack. A great moral booster for the USA at that time
Pearl Harbor, Wake Island, Coral Sea, and Doolittle Raid are all accounted for so far in KanColle. not gonna spoil who's sunk but...
"18 April 1942" video interview with Jimmy Doolittle describing the Doolittle Raid...
He flew in the RAF, survived capture, made his way to Hawii, turned back the attack, and survived Doolittle's raid.
never knew that before-fascinating! Could you imagine WWII now- Doolittle's Raid would be seen as some horrible event by the MSM
First Fact of the Day: December 15, 1944, legendary bandleader Glenn Miller disappears over the English Channel. General James Doolittle of the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), hero of the daring "Doolittle Raid" on mainland Japan and later the unified commander of Allied air forces in Europe in World War Ii, offered the following high praise to one of his staff officers in 1944: "Next to a letter from home, Captain Miller, your organization is the greatest morale builder in the European Theater of Operations." The Captain Miller in question was the trombonist and bandleader Glenn Miller, the biggest star on the American pop-music scene in the years immediately preceding World War Ii and a man who set aside his brilliant career right at its peak in 1942 to serve his country as leader of the USAAF dance band. It was in that capacity that Captain Glenn Miller boarded a single-engine aircraft at an airfield outside of London on December 15, 1944—an aircraft that would go missing over the English Chan ...
Following America retaliated with the "Doolittle Raid," bombing targets in and around Tokyo
TIL James Doolittle's (of the Doolittle Raid) final rank of lieutenant general is the highest rank ever held by a r…
Just a reminder that the O'Bannon suit is the Doolittle Raid. The Kessler suit is the Enola ***
Wonder what McCain would have thought of the Doolittle Raid
Silly devs: The Doolittle Raid came BEFORE Midway, not after it. Also didn't recall any BBs in it.
One of the few "Doolittle" Raid survivors left. This is pretty good ! .
Doolittle raid to your base after the Midway. + You will not be able to use Kanmusu that participated in AL and MI operation
Extra operation- Doolittle raid. Looks like Al/MI ships cant be used on this. Ok just ***
It's confirmed. Very last event map is the Doolittle Raid. Fleets from both AL and MI cannot join in.
Doolittle Raiders meet for last public reunion on the raid's 71st Anniversary via
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Great Headlines Speak For Themselves… Doolittle raid… via A great man.
Sean Doolittle, closer for Oakland, is related to James H. Doolittle, the person who led the Doolittle raid in WWII
How cool is it that OAK's Sean Doolittle is related to General Doolittle (WWII Doolittle Raid)!?
Sean Doolittle is related to James Doolittle from the famous bombing in WW2 - "Doolittle Raid". I like him that much more now!
Thanks! The decisive bit is in the voiceover. Beckinsale's character says Japan pulled back after the Doolittle raid.
Nice piece. Not sure the Doolittle raid was painted as decisive, just a successfully surprising morale boost.
US airmen who took part in the famed Doolittle Raid were waterboarded upon capture by the Japanese. If it was torture then, its torture now.
Worst thing about the Doolittle raid was when Rafe's friend Danny got killed.
not at all - Doolittle raid was effort at precision bombing, v different from what LeMay did
that the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. North Africa and just a who lot from the Pacific Theater. Also the portray Roosevelt dead wrong
Historic day we bombed Tokyo Japan, this was never tried before launching bombers from a Carrier the *** s were shocked it was our 1st. yr.. of war with Japan known as the ( Doolittle Raid )
Doolittle Tokyo Raiders: The Exchange Club of Long Beach, at their April 18th breakfast meeting, honored the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders on the 72nd Anniversary of the their Raid on Tokyo. It was on April 18, 1942, that Jimmy Doolittle led a flight of 16 B-25s on an air raid of Tokyo and surrounding cities. We did this by reviewing the story of David Jones, pilot of plane It is available on the Special Edition version of "The Great Escape." After the Doolittle Raid, David Jones flew missions out of North Africa. After being shot down, he was taken prisoner by the Germans and held at Luft Stalag III, the POW camp that was made famous as the site of the great escape of 76 allied POW's. Though he had assisted with various aspects of the escape operation, he and the other American's had been separated from the British POWs before the escape, and as a result, he was not included in the escape, which quite possibly saved his life. 50 of the 76 escapees were executed by the Germans. The Exchange Club of Long Beach s ...
Today is the 72nd anniversary of the Doolittle Raid. If you don't know what it is, look it up. It's our duty to remember …
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Instead of the Doolittle Raid it would be the DoNothing Raid.
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From U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs NEWPORT, R.I. (NNS) -- The U.S. Naval War College (NWC) unveiled the public online digitization project of Fleet Adm. Chester Nimitz's 4,000 page operational diary, known as The Nimitz Graybook, during an evening lecture, Feb. 24 at NWC in Newport, R.I. Covering activities and correspondence of the Pacific Command from Dec. 7, 1941 to Aug. 31, 1945, the Graybook is a historical record of operations and planning in the Pacific during World War Ii and serves as a window into Nimitz's decision making process during the war. "We can trace the planning process, a lot of which was pioneered here at the Naval War College, for large-scale operations and watch the war unfold almost as if we were in the room," said Craig L. Symonds, U.S. Naval Academy professor emeritus of history, during the evening lecture. According to Symonds, Nimitz proclaimed that 'the war-gaming experience and education he received here at NWC were central to his success in the Pacific war.' "Cheste ...
I wanted to hear the Doolittle Raid joke. Can't wait to hear you and do the 'She' bit. I love the show AS IS.
hey from the Pacific Aviation Museum webcam(: Great story about the B-25
Maj Curt Rowe has shared an interesting article on the Doolittle Raid Over Tokyo that I hope everyone will take the time to read...
Mr. Mike gave me another book to read... 'The First Heroes' by Craig Nelson... it's about the Doolittle Raid...
Jimmy Doolittle of Doolittle Raid fame was a stunt pilot with a doctorate from MIT. That guy is cooler than me.
During World War Ii, My father, Clarence Moore "Bob" Logsdon served as the NCO supervisor of the signalmen on the signal bridge of the Aircraft Carrier USS Hornet CV-8. One of his subordinates and friends was Allen Q. Nations of Bisbee AZ. My dad and Mr. Nations are depicted in this very famous photograph as they watch Jimmy Doolitle's B-25 leave the deck of Hornet on 18 April 1942, the Doolittle Raid. Mr. Nations perished at the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands 26 October 1942, when the *** "Val" dive bomber crashed into the signal bridge showering him and others with burning AVGAS. Dad and the other survivors on the bridge, threw the burning men to the deck and ripped the burning gear from their bodies. Many did not survive. In the photo, my dad is the shorter man in the foreground leaning on the rail. Mr. Nations is depicted behind him. As I said, this is one of the most published photo's from WWII. I doubt that Mr. Nations family knew that he was immortalized. For years my dad went to the USS ...
What fictional character in WWII do you think suffers the most from "Forest Gump Syndrome" Forest Gump Syndrome - for those of you who don't know, is when a main character, over and over, finds themselves in some significant historical event to the point where it becomes ridiculous. I vote Ben Affleck's character in "Pearl Harbor". Flies with the RAF eagle squadron, then is shot down, comes back alive, in time to fight at Pearl Harbor then launches on the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo, fights thru China and later is awarded medals and meets President Roosevelt.
A final Toast to the ... Doolittle Raiders of April 1942
The remaining Doolittle Raiders gathered at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force today to partake in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Doolittle Raider memorial in Memorial Park, followed by a flyover of B-25 aircraft.,
Doolittle's Raiders trained in Columbia SC for their raid on Tokyo.
The last of the Doolittle Raiders, all in their 90's, offered a final toast Saturday to their fallen comrades, as they pondered their place in history after a day of fanfare about their 1942 attack on Japan.
Of the 72 survivors of the Doolittle raid over Japan, four are left. They decided that this year would be their last reunion. Honor them.
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Known as the Doolittle Raiders, the 80 men who risked their lives on a World War Ii bombing mission on Japan after the attack on Pearl Harbor were toasted one last time by their surviving comrades and honored with a Veterans Day weekend of fanfare shared by thousands.
3 living survivors of the 1942 Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. That took a brass pair! Great men, great Americans!
There may not be many whom have read about the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo in WWII but I have and the last living able to toast their feat for the last time have done so -please join me and giving them a like for their brave service and being living heroes !
Final reunion for heroes of WWII Doolittle daring raid over Japan in 1942 via &
Although later raids on Tokyo focused on civilian targets, the Doolittle raid itself did not.
And the Doolittle raid itself was a targeted attack on industrial and military targets
US survivors of Doolittle air raid on Japan meet for one final reunion: . . For Jimmy Doolit...
During 1942- World War 2 the Doolittle Raiders all in their 90s now, attacked Tokyo in a B-52 bombing raid that was a high risk event turning the tide of the war. Now there is only 4 alive today with Lt.Col. Richard Cole the oldest survivor living in Comfort TX., just outside of San Antonio. I would like to take this time to say Thank You to Mr. Cole for his role as co-pilot and his place in history.
Hear about the Doolittle Raid straight from the themselves. Video:
Last four surviving members of the Doolittle Raid met in Daytion today:.
Your Glass To Final Four General / Inspiration It’s the cup of brandy no one wants to drink. The surviving Doolittle Raiders gathered publicly for the last time this April 17-21 at Fort Walton Beach, Florida. They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States. There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation’s history. The mere mention of their unit’s name, in those years, would bring tears to the eyes of grateful Americans. Now only four survive. After Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, with the United States reeling and wounded, something dramatic was needed to turn the war effort around. Even though there were no friendly airfields close enough to Japan for the United States to launch a retaliation, a daring plan was devised. Sixteen B-25s were modified so that they could take off from the deck of an aircraft carrier. This had never been tried before — ...
YESTERDAY I watched the last get together of the of the PILOTS that did the DOOLITTLE raid , on JAPAN, this was there last CERMONY. They fiannally opened the bottle, of HENNSEY, the sad part was there only three SURIVORS left. IF HISTORY teaches us anything, just think of the INGEIUNTY, to launch bombers off a carrier at that TIME, unheard of. BUT this the AMERICA I KNOW. SO what do I say. GOD BLESS AMERICA (USA).
*** Cole who attended 2 years then was copilot on Doolittle Tokyo Raid in 1942
The remaining members of the Doolittle Raid meet at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio on November 9th to perform their final toast to their fallen comrades and finally open the bottle of 1896 cognac, the birth year of Jimmy Doolittle. Available in High Definition.
Video: ‘Doolittle Raiders’ final toast: **Written by Doug Powers. Heroes all:. Known as the Doolittle Raid...
probably few out of the alive veterans of ww2 . DOOLITTLE raid operation. also covered in movie ... PEARL HARBOUR .
The surviving members of Doolittle Raiders made a last toast to their fallen comrades with a bottle of 1896 cognac from Lt. Gen. James Doolittle himself.
The Doolittle raid is the sort of thing that makes me wonder how the *** we get anything done these days. . One...
Last 4 surviving members of WWII Doolittle raid meet one last time.
The DOOLITTLE RAID on Japan. 80 Crewmen launched out in 16 B-25s from the carrier deck of the USS Hornet. Only Three Gallent Crewmen are alive today from that daring suicide raid.
Last reunion for vets of WWII Doolittle raid
Out of the 80 men who took part in the storied Doolittle raid that boosted America's morale in the early days of World War Ii, only four are still alive.
The surviving Doolittle Raiders, now all in their 90s, recognized their place in history for their daring World War Ii attack on Japan amid thousands of cheering fans, during a final ceremonial toast on Saturday to their fallen comrades.
In honor of upcoming Veterans Day, the following programs will air today (Sunday) on ETV, beginning at 4pm: THE MAN BEHIND THE FOUR STARS (4pm) General from Spartanburg County who became the Military Commander of Allied Forces in Vietnam. FALLEN HEROES (4:30pm) WWII stories of two South Carolina servicemen, a pilot in the Doolittle Raid and commander sent to take Saint-Lo, who never returned home. NOT YET BEGUN TO FIGHT (5pm) Retired Marine colonel shares the peace and healing found in fishing with other veterans WE SERVED TOO (6pm) Features Women's Airforce Service Pilots who broke through barriers during WWII REFUGE (7pm) Tells the story of the Selfhelp, which provided temporary housing, food, English classes, and more for Jewish refugees during WWII.
3 of the last 4 surviving members of the Doolittle Raid make final toast Excuse me, I have something in my eye...
As I sat here watching this, I'm not ashamed to say that I cried at the sight of these last four survivors of the Doolittle Raiders gathering for perhaps the last time. Very brave men who flew to near certain death at a very dark time in our county's history. Salute to some true heroes!
An interesting luncheon yesterday at Lobos with the grandkids. Worked on this week's KONK Life column about the Doolittle raid. Received an email which excited me. From the publisher of my soon to be published book. The email attachments contained a 6'' x9' formated manuscript, jpg cover, and the back cover text. Syracuse beat Maryland 20-3.
I am thankful for the Doolittle Raiders. It was also an honor to see them at their Reunion in 2012 for the 70th anniversary of their raid. The 20 vintage B-25 Bombers flying over the city and museum was an awesome sight.
Three survivors of famous James Dolittle raid on Tokyo raise a final toast. God Bless all 80 men.
Video by Staff Sgt. David Salanitri Air Force Public Affairs Agency -- Pentagon Seventy-one years after the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo, Northwest Florida hosted...
America's proud military history is full of countless stories of bravery, selflessness, valor, and camaraderie.
It was the Dolittle Raid that inspired and helped launch John's aviation career 20 years ago with his painting,...
The final reunion and toast by the Doolittle Raid survivors. ...
After a marvelous evening at the American Veterans Center Honors Awards banquet, I am driving some amazing folks to Reagan Nat'l this morn: Col. Don Mates, USMC (Iwo Jima Vet & Nat'l Marine Honoree) and Gen'l Patrick Henry Brady, USArmy Chopper Pilot, two DFC's & Medal of Honor Recipient (Viet Nam). Driving back to Charlotte this afternoon. Banquet concluded with all of us joining the remaining veterans of the Doolittle Raid for their Last Toast to all who have passed. Very emotional. The Hennessy was so smooth !
A final toast for the brave men who flew as Doolittle Raiders and helped change the tide of World War Ii in the Pacific.
Vets of Doolittle WWII raid hold a final reunion -
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - The few surviving Doolittle Raiders are making their final toast to comrades who died in or since their World War Ii bombing attack on Japan.
Robert Hite: 1 of 4 surviving members of Doolittle Raid toasts his comrades from his home in Nashville
Doolittle Raiders Hold Last Toast: The remaining members of the World War Two Doolittle raid on Tokyo gathered...
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(I've been waiting years for this opening, imagine old timey gramaphone guy voice) THE DOOLITTLE RAID! BUT THESE...
For the last time, three of the four remaining Doolittle Raiders gathered in Dayton to toast the World War Ii raid that rallied morale and made them famous.
3 of the last 4 final surviving members of the incredible WWII Doolittle Raid met for one final toast tonight.
With a final toast, the Doolittle Raiders symbolically said goodbye Saturday to a decades-old tradition and to a history that changed the course of the Pacific war in World War Ii.
Copied this from a friend on another page - it's well worth the read: Today at 4:32 PM Strong language but much truth. We used to go to the Officers Club or NCO Club Stag Bar on Friday afternoons to drink, smoke and swap lies with our comrades. Think about this when you read the rest of the letter below. What happened to our Air Force/Marines/Army/Navy/CG... (or Military)? Drinking then became frowned on. Smoking caused cancer and could "harm you." Stag bars became seen as 'sexist'. Gradually, our men quit patronizing their clubs because what happened in the club became fodder for a performance report. It was the same thing at the Airman's Club and the NCO and/or Top 3 clubs. Now we don't have separate clubs for the ranks. Instead we have something called All Ranks Clubs or community clubs. They're open to men and women of all ranks.from airman basic to general officer. Still, no one is there. Gee, I wonder why. The latest brilliant thought out of Washington is that the operators ("pilots?") flying remote ...
A great story leading-up to Veterans Day about a final reunion of the Doolittle Raid fliers in WWII:
Surviving members of WWII Doolittle Raid to meet one last time
A final reunion for vets of WWII Doolittle raid
These men truly are part of the greatest generation. Not only did the Doolittle Raid show the Japanese that their homeland was vulnerable and help raise America’s spirits, but it also forced the Japanese Admiralty to approve the operation against Midway Island. A battle that they would lose and from that point on be on the defensive in the Pacific. Gods’ rest to those who have passed and God Bless to those who remain.
At the air museum in Ohio the final gathering of the Doolittle Raiders took place, with the survivors breaking open the bottle of cognac to make a final toast to heir departed comrades. One of the more impressive actions of the war, the raid was done in almost complete secrecy (not a bad feat in itself), and just four months after Pearl Harbor. The response stands as a tremendous example of planning, training, daring and courage that was effective (no matter what historians say - ask the people who lived then what they thought!) in reorganizing the enemies plans and boosting the morale at home. A rare bottle shared by deserving men.
For those of you that do not know... Today was the last time that the remaining survivors of "Doolittle raid" would meet in honor of their fallen comrades... But you wouldn't care about that...
Today, November 9, 2013, is the final toast of the four remaining Doolittle Raiders. Five North American B-25 Mitchell bombers flew over WrighT-Patterson Air...
So I sat here, watched the last Doolittle Raiders toast via live feed, and yes, I lifted my wee dram of 16 year old Scotch (pales in comparison to the 117 year old cognac these heroes sipped) in honor of 80 men who dared challenge our enemy at the very brink of a long, insidious, two fronted campaign that I am only now beginning to comprehend how critical to my very survival. Yes, I got an autographed recollection of that event in my private library, and I spent the past 4 nights re-reading the tales of some gutsy folks who were terrified they might get courtmartialed, some gutsy folks who watched some of their own executed by the hands of the enemy ... all I can say, is thank the good Lord for gutsy ballsy folks like the Doolittle Raiders,... yeah thank the Lord for gutsy folks!
FINAL TOAST FOR Doolittle Raiders. OVER 71 years since the Doolittle raid on Japan inspired and gave hope to our entire nation. And 4 Raiders in their 90's remain. One was too ill to attend ( the final POW survivor) and the other 3 toasted their fallen comrades. Thank you Raiders .
The Doolittle Raiders Final Toast now playing Live on The National Museum Of the air Force website ! Four are left with 3 of them in attendance !!!
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As I watch the Live Streaming of the Final Toast Ceremony of the Doolittle Raiders I am humbled by the memory of being able to shake the hands of 2 of the Raiders in attendance. Truly an Honor!!
Brian Alexander Holcombe, Timothy Black, Gene E Wood and I have been able to meet and speak with a two of the veterans of the Doolittle Raid. In a few minutes their final meeting will take place, and the last toast will be given.
There's supposed to a live stream of the final Doolittle raid toast right now and it's not loading!
I met and talked to some *** men while in tokyo while serving there that saw the Jimmy Doolittle raid over tokyo and they said the planes came right over the roof tops and really put a scare into them.
Five B-25s fly the missing man formation over the museum grounds. Today the last survivors Of the Doolittle Raid finally toasted to all of their fallen comrades.
This is the final toast of the last survivors of the Doolittle Raid.
Awesome to see the last 3 men from the Doolittle Raid, what an honor as a precursor to Veterans Day
Mark Duncan, File/Associated Press - FILE - In these April 18, 2012 file photos, surviving Doolittle Raiders Richard Cole, left, David Thatcher, center, and Edward Saylor take part in a commemoration for the 70th anniversary of the raid on Tokyo at the Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton...
Today is the (probably) last time that the Doolittle Raiders (3 of 4) will get together. 6 months after Pearl Harbor. Col Doolittle and his small air force launched off the deck of the USS Hornet. To begin their famous raid on Japan. While the raid did no real damage, it let the Japanese know that we can get to them. And was a boost to the morale of the American people. Take a moment today and lift a glass or can in salute to what they did for us.
Did you know that in 1942, the state of Kentucky awarded a $100 war bond to Sgt. George Elmer Larkin, Jr. for the part he played in the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo during WW2? We will honor Stg. Larkin at the Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame on October 26th
When it comes to those holding the rank of Admiral, there are many famous examples, both in real life and in fiction. We have Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, who, during the Battle of Mobile Bay during the U.S. Civil War, is quoted as having said *** the torpedoes, full speed ahead." Then there are Fleet Admiral Chester A. Nimitz, Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet during much of World War Ii, Fleet Admiral William "Bull" Halsey, who led the Doolittle Raid in 1942 and, later, the U.S. Navy's Island Hopping campaign during the later half of WWII, and who can forget Pearl Harbor mastermind Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto of the Imperial Japanese Navy. In fiction, who can forget Star Wars admiral, Admiral Ackbar (It's a trap!") or Grand Admiral Thrawn. We also have Admiral Steven Hackett of the Systems Alliance, and the lovely Tali'Zorah of the Quarians in the Mass Effect games. Now, I give you science fiction's newest admiral, in the words of eight year-old Serena Chamberlain; Admiral Grumpy McGrump Fa . ...
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all of the forthcoming singles a Doolittle raid responses to a Pearl Harbor. Flashy w/ no strategic effect. Wage a campaign cont.
WW2: Doolittle Raid - B-25 Mitchell bombers and air crewmen on the flight deck of USS Hornet, Apr 1942
He received great praise from Gen Doolittle (Of the Doolittle Raid fame) on the morale boosting effects of his music...
pacific aviation museum Great story about the B-25
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Its planes stopped the Japanese super-battleship Yamato and played a major part in sinking that vessel. It launched the first strikes in the liberation of the Philippines, and, in February 1945, made the first strikes on Japan since the Doolittle Raid in 1942. The ship was eventually restored and designated a National Historic Landmark, and in 1998 the USS Hornet opened to the public as therifle scope USS Hornet USS Hornet Museum in Alameda, Calif. For 16 continuous months during WWII, the USS Hornet was in action in the forward areas of the Pacific combat zone, sometimes within 40 miles of the Japanese home islands. Following World War Ii, the Hornet served in the Korean War, Vietnam War, and then played a part in the Apollo space program, recovering the astronauts from the first moon landing mission, Apollo 11, in 1969. Destroying 1,410 enemy aircraft and more than a million tons of enemy shipping, the Es-class aircraft carrier, known ominously as the Grey Ghost, played a pivotal role in virtually a ...
The best scene in “Midway” is the opening, lifted and sepia-printed from “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo,” of the Doolittle Raid, a reminder of the difference between a good picture and a great one. You then have to get past an improbable romantic subplot that brings in the internment of the Japanese-Americans, anachronistic Navy footage of planes not even flight tested on June 4, 1942 (Grumman Hellcats), other footage borrowed from “Tora Tora Tora,” “Battle of Britain,” and a Japanese picture called “I Bombed Pearl Harbor” in the United States (pretty good as I recall from seeing it on television in college), and some dialog that lands with a thud. So why is it still good? Mixed in with the clunkers are good lines. When Hal Holbrooke tells Charlton Heston they can read one word in ten of the Japanese radio traffic, Heston says: “Joe [Rochefort], you’re guessing.” A slightly wounded Holbrooke replies: “We like to call it analysis.” But more importantly, an enthusiastic cast lays o ...
Excelente foto do ousado bombardeamento de Tokyo- Doolittle Raid
A long read, but worth every minute. I love the part of Mac talking about the adrenaline rush just before leaving the carrier! You think? Aircraft in the Doolittle Raid: -My name is Edgar McElroy. My friends call me "Mac". I was born and raised in Ennis , Texas, the youngest of five children, son of Harry and Jennie McElroy. Folks say that I was the quiet one. We lived at 609 North Dallas Street and attended the Presbyterian Church. My dad had an auto mechanic's shop downtown close to the main fire station. My family was a hard working bunch, and I was expected to work at dad's garage after school and on Saturdays, so I grew up in an atmosphere of machinery, oil and grease. Occasionally I would hear a lone plane fly over, and would run out in the street and strain my eyes against the sun to watch it. Someday, that would be me up there! I really like cars, and I was always busy on some project, and it wasn't long before I decided to build my very own Model-T out of spare parts. I got an en ...
Today marks the 71st anniversary of the Doolittle Raid. More than just a nod to this anniversary we thought that a selection of photos would be in order.
This week, April 18, 2013, was the final reunion of the crew members from the famous Doolittle Raid. Lt. Col...
Last veterans of the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo gather for reunion:
Major Thomas Griffin, a navigator on the Doolittle Raid was called home Tuesday. He passed in a VA home in northern Kentucky at age 96. At the next reunion of the surviving Doolittle Raiders in Fort Walton Beach, where they trained for the mission, they will turn Maj. Griffin’s goblet upside down, and there will be only four left upright. Maj. Griffin parachuted to safety over China and eluded capture, eventually making it back stateside. He later flew bombing missions over North Africa until he was shot down in 1943, spending the remainder of the war in a German POW camp. Years ago the President of Hennessy Company presented a bottle of 1896 vintage “Very Special Hennessy” cognac to General Jimmy Doolittle, in honor of his birth year and it was decided that the last two survivors would toast the fallen with it. Due to their advanced age it was decided that they would make the toast this year, before there were none left. The private ceremony will be attended only by the surviving Raiders, the Raide ...
Tayday's plane of the day go's to the North American B-25 Mitchell: One of the best light bombers of World War Ii. It was named after General Billy Mitchell who, as far back as 1920, had the foresight to urge the U.S. to build a stronger and better-prepared air force. On the day that Pearl Harbor was attacked, only 40 B-25s were in service, but before the end of the War more than 11,000 were operating on all fronts in almost all Allied air forces, achieving extraordinary feats. One of these was the bombing of Tokyo on April 18, 1942, by16 B-25 Mitchells which took off from the carrier Hornet commanded by the ex-sports pilot Jimmy Doolittle. After completing the mission the aircraft landed in China. The Raid in a Nut Shell: THE LEGENDARY Doolittle Raid was named after its commander and famous race pilot Jimmy Doolittle, but was conceived by Navy Capts. Francis Low and Donald Duncan. Low and Duncan figured that if aircrews could take off in a fully loaded medium bomber from a 700-foot runway, they could lau ...
Thomas Griffin, navigator on the No. 9 B-25 bomber Whirling Dervish in the Doolittle Raid on Japan on April 18, 1942, passed away Tuesday evening in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was 96.
The eighth USS Hornet, the one currently docked in Alameda, California was commissioned in 1943 at the height of the war in the Pacific. She quickly became one of the most highly decorated ships in the Navy. She destroyed 1,410 Japanese aircraft and destroyed or damaged 1,269,710 tons of enemy shipping. Ten Hornet pilots attained "Ace in a Day" status. She supported nearly every Pacific amphibious landing after March 1944 and struck the critical first hits in sinking the super battleship Yamato. Her pilots are also credited with the first strikes against Tokyo since the 1942 Doolittle Raid. During the cold war the Hornet had the honor of recovering astronauts from both the Apollo 11 and 12 missions. Her impressive record did not come without cost. An aircraft carrier, in times of war or peace, is a dangerous place. Sailors have walked into aircraft's spinning props, been sucked into their air intakes, and blown off deck by their exhaust. Dropped ordnance has exploded, burning and maiming sailors. Snapping ...
"so our boys are flying blind on empty tanks...God help them." -FDR, Doolittle Raid, WWII
30 Seconds Over Tokyo is about the Doolittle Raid in 1942 when US Army Pilots bombed Japan
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They waited 2 years to make Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo after the Doolittle Raid. Way less than that for Disgusting.
William Marsh "Bill" Bower (February 13, 1917 – January 10, 2011) was an American aviator, U.S. Air Force Colonel and veteran of World War Ii. Bower was the last surviving pilot of the Doolittle Raid, the first air raid to target the Japanese Home Island of Honshu.
Ebook - The Doolittle Raid 1942: America's first strike back at Japan (By Clayton Chun, Howard Gerrard) Down
1929 – Jimmy Doolittle proves that full instrument flying from take off to landing is possible. [later leads famous raid].
Hey ladies and gents quick question! Im working on choosing a topic for my Major thesis, let me know which sounds more interesting: 1. history of PTSD and it affects in the Iraq/Afghanistan campaigns 2. Overview of Virginia Paranormal History (can change to specific localities), 3. Doolittle's Raid: overview and effects on American WWII propaganda 4. Revelation and Modernity: The biblical book of Revelation and its connection to modern society
250,000 Chinese civilians were massacred by the Japanese in eastern China in retaliation for helping American Doolittle Raid aviators escape
I guess now days "strongly condemning the attacks" is equal to Jimmy Doolittle's raid ,bombing Tokyo just to let the *** s er Japan know that America won't take you killing our young service men...if you like history like me, you know that this is basically how ww2 started,when the most common response before the *** bombed Pearl Harbor was"we need to stay out of it,it has nothing to do with us "100,000,000 dead people later ww2 was over and the most common opinion was"we should of never let it get to that point,never again can we let evil go unchecked".but maybe I'm not *** so I don't get the presidents thinking and responses
Doolittle Raid: B-25's lined up for take off aboard the USSHornet 18 Apr 1943
On April 18, 1942, 80 men took part in the legendary Doolittle Raid. Now, 5 remain. Meet them at our conference in DC:
Thank you my my wonderful client Jessy Johnston!! So very well said!!! The killing of Ambassador Christopher Stevens is bringing out a lot of passion today. I've seen over a dozen posts claiming that Obama apologized to Libya, it's not true. I've seen many posts calling for an immediate retaliation for the attack. I've seen numerous posts saying that we need to strike back, and "nuke them". If you've read this far and plan on reading the rest, I suggest you sit down and grab some hot cocoa, this is going to take a minute. Having been to a majority Muslim country and spending 3 years working with the people there daily, fighting them regularly, and talking with them frequently, I have learned that not all people in a specific country are bad. Not all of them follow extremist leaders. Not all of them want Americans dead. Saying that Libya did this is like saying that America executed the Oklahoma city bombing. It's like saying that the Unibomber worked for our government. As for the "bad guys" I assure you ...
would debate the Doolittle Raid as a overreaction to Pearl Harbor attack
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Egyptian Islamist protesters angry over film scale US Embassy wall in Cairo and tear down flag - Mediacom
"9/11 was both Pearl Harbor and the Doolittle Raid rolled into one, and the fourth flight was the only good news of the day, when citizen volunteers formed themselves into an ad hoc militia and denied Osama bin Laden what might have been his most spectacular victory." Mark Steyn
Doolittle Raid pilot to be honored Saturday --
It was certainly more audacious than the Doolittle Raid, Washington crossing the Delaware & Henry V's attack at Agincourt.
more audacious than Doolittle's raid
Learning about the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. It's crazy the thought of knowing you have to crashland after a bombing mission and be captive
Mitsuo Fuchida led the attack on Pearl Harbour. Later had an encounter with God and became a Christian without talking to any other Christians. He became bets friends with Jacob DeShazer who was a bombardier on the Doolittle Raid of 1942. Amazing story about the power of God.
Cakes for Causes creations for the 70th Anniversary celebration of the 12th Air Force. Notable commander was Gen. Doolittle and of course responsible for the Doolittle Raid in WWII. For the young'ins, this was the bombing mission on Japan Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett flew in the film Pearl Harbor.
Tokyo Raid Question: Hello all -In his famous book Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, author and Doolittle Raider Ted La...
Rev. Bob Carlson this morning gave a wonderful sermon regarding two WWII who led the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the other who was a crewmember in the Jimmy Doolittle raid on Japan. Both gave their lives to Christ and both preached in Japan together as a team saving souls for our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Bob showed "The best sermons are lived!" God bless ya Bob...
Clip from the 1944 movie "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo", based on the eponymous story by Ted W. Lawson and Robert Considine. "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" is a 19...
08/18/40: N. American B-25 Mitchell medium bomber took its first flight. (Later used by Doolittle for his daring raid on Tokyo.)
The B-25 raid on Tokyo (a.k.a. Doolittle's Raid, for its commander, Jimmy Doolittle) and the Battle of Midway were 70 years ago this year.
Enigma: The Purple Heart is based on the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. Spyros Skouras at Fox said the film made Dana a star.
A modest WWII veteran who said 'we were all just doing our job. Ed's job was to keep plane no. 15 airworthy for the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo.
Aamazing to realize it's been 70 years that with this aircraft, our country showed the Japanes that they were not untouchable. LONG LIVE THE HEROES OF THE DOOLITTLE RAID!
Oshkosh - As they flew over Tokyo, Richard Cole and David Thatcher realized with relief that Japanese anti-aircraft gunners had never before fired at enemy planes.
thank you! My documentary is on the Tokyo raid, a battle. Very excited about it!
B-25 Mitchell on take off. This type of plane was famous for its "Doolittle Raid" on Tokyo, Japan in WWII.
He got bayoneted after crash-landing during the Doolittle raid, remember?
Watchin this bit about the Doolittle Raid on H2...amazing how they managed the lift off from the aircraft carrier
Bomber what a show straight from the doolittle raid
I just assumed he was along for the "Doolittle raid", as well... truly awe-inspiring.
Nothing makes me more proud to be an American than watching the Doolittle Raid in Pearl Harbor. 🇺🇸
"Gonna need all that power, & only those big boy engines can deliver. That Doolittle raid was a swell publicity stunt,...
B25 Mitchell bomber, Doolittle Raid note lack of gun armament, replaced by black painted broom sticks to save weight
Did I mention that many Chinese were murdered for helping the Doolittle Raid? And Pearl Harbor gave all the glory to Americans.
Doolittle Raid had no significant victory at all, so why is the movie saying that it's such a huge victory over the Japanese?
Ted Lawson @ Doolittle Raid today's docent training to be followed by HangarTalk
interesting. Invasion of Russia was bad idea indeed. I find the Doolittle raid fascinating. And aces out of mig ally Korea
Former Lt. Richard E. Cole tells us of his experience during Doolittle Raid in 1942
Listening to LTC Cole one if the survivors of the Doolittle raid on Tokyo - Amazing!!
Trinkle played role in Doolittle Raid: He would also take part in the testing of the first hydrogen bomb on Nov.
Every time I see Sean Doolittle I can't help but think of the "Doolittle Raid"
The Battle of Midway occurred 4-7 June 1942. Japan attached bcuz of the Doolittle Raid. 70th anniv this week.
Not as Briefed: From the Doolittle Raid to a German Stalag: Washington State University art graduate Ross Greeni...
Remembering: Battle of Britain, Battle of Keren, Battle of Denmark Strait, Wake Island, Doolittle Raid, El Alamein, invasion of Sicily.
I had the honor of meeting a survivor of the Doolittle Raid before. Unforgettable conversation
On this Memorial Day Eve watching Pearl Harbor and thinking of you, Daddy! The B25's they flew during the Doolittle Raid at the end of the movie were the planes my Dad flew. Thanks for your service, Daddy! I love you!
That is so cool! I know she was in the Pacific: Guadalcanal, Solomon Is, Midway, Santa Cruz Is, Doolittle Raid.
Memories of brother who died in Doolittle Raid vivid after 70 years - Mason...
"Into the Arms of the Dragon" William S. Phillips S/N Limited Edition Print: The Doolittle Raid on Japan was alw...
The first scene of Midway, is the talk of Doolittle's raid on Tokyo!! Kick *** !!
I added a video to a playlist Pearl Harbor - Doolittle Raid
Reading Ian Toll's excellent "Pacific Crucible" about the naval war 1941-42. I never tire of reading about Midway and the Doolittle Raid
Reading three different books tonight. "The First Heroes" on the Doolittle Raid in World War Ii. "Wilderness Journey" life of William Clark. Still trying to finish "Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War" excellent reading.
Sperry/Unisys retiree lunch. Lecture by 1942 Doolittle raid expert. Found out all the B25s extra fuel systems installed at Mpls airport.
We have to be! there's no chance that we're not!! and I'm doing my ISU on the Doolittle Raid :) hbu?
The takeoff sequences for the Doolittle Raid were filmed on the USS Constellation, a Kitty Hawk-class supercarrier
if needs to take the gloves off, but is holding back. why? We need a Doolittle Raid ..SOON!!
We also bombed Japan starting with Doolittle's raid in 1942. We used to learn about it in school, movies at home
Almost 70 years after the United States struck Japan in a bold bombing raid that did little damage but lifted the spirits of a Pearl Harbor-weary nation, Thomas Griffin relishes the role he played that day as a navigator in one of Jimmy Doolittle's B-25s.
Answer is the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. Cracked by , ,
Japan raid? -Doolittle planned & led first bombing on japanese homeland in WWII is just like obama eliminating OBL
The Art Chronology series continues with a minute-by-minute retelling of the Doolittle Raid through the use of artwork. I have taken the liberty of standardizing some of the text (which will be accredited) such as ranks, unit and aircraft designations. Grammatical errors have been corrected. Six artworks from three artists have been assembled to date. So rev up the engines on your Mitchell and watch for the signal to launch. A multitude of images of Mitchells are headed your way.
It was obama that lead the daring raid against Tokyo in world war 2 not James H. Doolittle
just got done watching Narrow Escapes of WWII: Doolittle Raid. pretty interesting series.
Watch how The Doolittle Raid unfolded on the Premiere of "Narrow Escapes of WWII" tonight at 10/9c.
Photos of the Doolittle Raid from the WWII Air Force Photos Collection on Fold3
One of my favorite parts of the History of WWll. These were some incredibly brave men!
Watching "Missions That Changed The War - The Doolittle Raid" .such sacrifices for us that we can't even imagine. Heroes all.
Hard to believe they trained on Eglin.
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The Doolittle Raid was the first U.S. air raid during WWII to strike the Japanese Home Islands. 10/9c.
Was a member of the Doolittle Raid. Figured he'd be a good fit because his accomplishments matched the name...
Led the Doolittle raid but had a memo drafted deflecting blame if it went bad.
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo by Captain Ted Lawson - Comes with Newspaper about the Doolittle Raid - De
Honoring the Leader of the Doolittle Raiders, A Tribute to Jimmy Doolittle on the 70th Anniversary of the Doolittle Raid. Saturday, May 5, 2012 on board the ...
Doolittle's Raid - what was the Japanese public told?: Hi all -I'm continuing research for my mother (Helga Hofm...
watching a doc on the Doolittle Raid, which, of course, is a fictionalized account of the true story romance, Michael Bay's "Pearl Harbor."
Our 70-year-old correspondents for Tampa was threatened because she reported a correction about the Doolittle Raid from WWII.
As most of you know, Vice President Joe Biden made news this week when he offered this praise to the mission to raid Osama bin Laden's Abbotabad hideout: "You can go back 500 years. You cannot find a more audacious plan."
I missed yesterday, so here goes: On this day, 70 years ago, the conclusion of the first ever naval battle in which neither side's ships visually saw the other concluded. The United States Navy had lost the pride of her fleet, the USS Lexington. The USS Yorktown was heavily damaged. The U.S.N. was now down to 2 functioning carriers, the USS Hornet and the USS Enterprise (they missed the battle due to the Doolittle Raid 2 weeks ago). They had also lost a fleet oiler and a destroyer. In exchange, we had sunk a small carrier (HIJMS Shoho), heavily damaged a fleet carrier, and most importantly, cancelled a planned invasion of Port Moresby. The Battle of the Coral Sea would forever be remembered as a tactical defeat, but a strategic victory. The U.S.N. went into battle an untested force, with atrocious equipment and a complete deathtrap of a warplane, the TBD Devastator. As for the Japanese, they first tasted defeat at sea, and the loss of the Shokaku would have profound influence next month...STAY TUNED!
Title is 70th Doolittle Raiders Anniversary Here we have a MOST watch for aviation fans and historical figure's of the Doolittle Raiders them self where here...
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