B-25

    Empire State Building On Fire After B-25 Impact   It was a foggy day in New York City on a Saturday morning, July 28th, 1945. Clouds festooned skyscrapers over the island in thick layers. Although it was a Saturday, a new six-day workweek brought on by the World War helped appoint many offices […]

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The Empire Strikes Back: Doolittle’s Raid.

by Daniel Russ on October 16, 2010

Crews were chosen and planes were chosen by Colonel James Doolittle and assembled at Eglin Field in Florida were they trained. Sixteen B-25s were altered, made lighter by removing non-essentials (yes, that meant the liaison radio was removed.) Some gun turrets were taken out and fake twin 50s were put into the after gun turret […]

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Help Bring The Devil Dog Home.

September 8, 2009

The following is posted on behalf of Beth Jenkins, the first woman in the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) to become type rated as pilot-in-command for a B-25. The Devil Dog needs your help. After being grounded for 23 months to overhaul the right engine, and take care of some corrosion issues in the tail section, the Devil […]

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