Doolittle's B-25 bomber, with Richard Cole as co-pilot, takes off from a carrier en route to Japan on April 18, 1942.  "I was too busy to be nervous," said Cole of the take-off, the first ever attempted of a fully-loaded B-25 from a naval aircraft carrier.
Doolittle's B-25 bomber, with Richard Cole as co-pilot, takes off from a carrier en route to Japan on April 18, 1942. "I was too busy to be nervous," said Cole of the take-off, the first ever attempted of a fully-loaded B-25 from a naval aircraft carrier.
Doolittle's B-25 bomber, with Richard Cole as co-pilot, takes off from a carrier en route to Japan on April 18, 1942. "I was too busy to be nervous," said Cole of the take-off, the first ever attempted of a fully-loaded B-25 from a naval aircraft carrier.

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