Outward bound from Farmingdale (KFRG) with
THE bridge in the background
Gear coming up after a fuel stop (head winds)
at Allegheny County Airport
"I need some oil for both engines"
Lead B-25 for the last three reunions.
(Fun Fact - two photographers have fallen out while taking photos.)
Georgie's Gal being towed to her assigned spot.
Five B-25 made it - one broke down in Kentucky, and it was expensive!
The 80 goblets - one for each Doolittle Raider.
Engraved with names right side up and upside down. Down means you're dead. Only four
Our crew with LTC Cole - HE IS 98 !!
I can't even count that high.
Our Chief Pilot Jim Vocell, SSGT Thacher -
and Dan Dameo our co-pilot
A bottle of Hennessy Cognac was given to each
Raider or family member
LTC Cole addresses the audience.
He has all his marbles and is VERY sharp.
I'll bet this cost a few dollars.
The BUFF stood guard.
Old Shaky watched.
Our crew for the trip just before the missing man
"Axis Nightmare" the missing man ship.
A tale of two planes.
"Yankee Warrior" a B-25D but still 3 years younger than our plane.
"Bogey" .He like planes too.
Winding the engines