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B-25
Unit: USAAF
Serial: unknown

The first production B-25 was natural metal. It had the national insignia in all four wing positions and red, white, and blue stripes on the vertical tails. U.S.Army was lettered in black under the wings.

Artist: unknown
Source: "B-25 Mitchell" in Detail & Scale No.60 (8260); (c) 1999 by Detail & Scale, Inc. ISBN: 1-888974-13-3

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B-25A
Unit: 95th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 11/17B

Pilot - Lt.Everett W.Holstrom (later became one of Dolittle's Tokyo Raiders)

Artist: unknown
Source: "B-25 Mitchell" in Detail & Scale No.60 (8260); (c) 1999 by Detail & Scale, Inc. ISBN: 1-888974-13-3

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North American B-25 Mitchell | USA | 95th BS, 17th BG, USAAF | B-25A | 11/17B
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B-25A
Unit: 34th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 39 (39/17B)

Camouflage: in Olive Drab over Neutral Gray. The US insignia appears on the top and bottom of both wings. U.S. ARMY is painted under the wings.

Artist: © Don Greer
Source: Walk Around No.12 - B-25 Mitchell

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North American B-25 Mitchell | USA | 34th BS, 17th BG, USAAF | B-25A | 39 (39/17B)
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B-25A
Unit: 34th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 43 (43/179)

Circa 1941.

Artist: © Keith Broomfield
Source: "The North American B-25A to G Mitchell" by Ray Wagner, Profile Publications Ltd, No.59

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B-25B "Ruptured Duck"
Unit: 95th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 00261 (40-0261)

One of the sixteen B-25Bs used in Tokyo raid on April 18th, 1942. It was flown by Lt.Ted W.Lawson.

Artist: unknown
Source: "B-25 Mitchell" in Detail & Scale No.60 (8260); (c) 1999 by Detail & Scale, Inc. ISBN: 1-888974-13-3

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North American B-25 Mitchell | USA | 95th BS, 17th BG, USAAF | B-25B "Ruptured Duck" | 00261 (40-0261)
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B-25B
Unit: 95th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 3 (40-2242)

B-25B 40-2242 and its crew belonged to the 95th Bomb Squadron of the 17th Bomb Group. Its crew was composed of pilot Capt.Edward J.York, copilot Lt. Robert G. Emmens, navigator/bombardier Lt.Nolan A. Herndon, engineer SSgt. Theodore H. Laban and gunner Sgt. David W. Pohl. The aircraft, the eighth to take off from the CV-8 USS Hornet on April 18th, 1942, had suffered engine problems prior to the raid and had heavy fuel consumption while enroute to its target. In addition, the top turret malfunctioned and was inoperative, leaving the aircraft very vulnerable. Despite all this, Captain York and his men elected went on to bomb their assigned target in the Tokyo area but elected to make for Russia, as China was too far away. They landed at a field near Vladivostok, where the airplane was taken into custody by then-neutral Russia and the crew interned. After thirteen months of captivity, the crew went to Persia and returned home in May 1943. The aircraft was used by the Russians and was probably scrapped in 1950.

York Edward J.
Emmens Robert G.
Herndon Nolan Anderson "Sue"
Laban Theodore H.
Pohl David William

CV-8 USS Hornet


Artist: © Gaetan Marie
Source: Gaetan Marie's Aviation Profiles

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North American B-25 Mitchell | USA | 95th BS, 17th BG, USAAF | B-25B | 3 (40-2242)
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B-25B "Hari Carrier"
Unit: 34th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 40-2249

Aircraft number 11, of Doolittle's carrier borne strike force in April of 1942, CV-8 USS Hornet. Fresh Olive Drab paint covers the name 'HARI CARRIER' on the nose. The ventral turret has been removed and replaced with a fuel tank. Fake tail guns have been added to the rear observation dome. On April 18th, 1942 this a/c took of USS Hornet and later was lost over China, crew ejected. Note standard painting scheme: Olive Drab/Neutral Grey.
CV-8 USS Hornet


Artist: © Don Greer
Source: Walk Around No.12 - B-25 Mitchell

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Artist: © Dusan Simek
Source: REVI No.51, REVI Publications, P.O. Box 143, Svojsikova 1588, 70800 Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Rebuplic. ISBN: 1211-0744
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B-25B
Unit: 34th BS, 17th BG, USAAF
Serial: 58 (40-2268)

B-25B 40-2268 was the last aircraft to take-off from the CV-8 USS Hornet's deck on April 18th, 1942. Its crewmembers were from the 89th Bomber Squadron of the 17th Bomb Group. Its crew was composed of pilot Lt. William G. Farrow, copilot Lt. Robert L. Hite, navigator Lt.George Barr, bombardier Cpl. Jacob DeShazer and gunner/engineer Sgt. Harold A. Spatz. Taking off 59 minutes after Doolittle, the crew knew they would be facing alerted Japanese defences. When they took off, a sailor from the CV-8 USS Hornet slipped and fell into the propeller arc, losing an arm. Despite this bad omen, they bombed oil storage tanks and an aircraft factory near Nagoya in the face of enemy fighter attacks before heading for China. Because their fuel was low, Lt. Farrow ordered the crew to bail out near the Japanese-held city of Nangchang. Within an hour the entire crew had been captured by Japanese troops. Farrow and Spatz, along with Lt. Hallmark of the 6th aircraft, were executed by the Japanese on October 15, 1942. The rest of the crew was liberated at the end of the war. DeShazer later became a missionary and as such returned to Japan for several years.

Farrow William G.
Hite Robert L.
Barr George
DeShazer Jacob Daniel
Spatz Harold A.

CV-8 USS Hornet


Artist: © Gaetan Marie
Source: Gaetan Marie's Aviation Profiles

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North American B-25 Mitchell | USA | 34th BS, 17th BG, USAAF | B-25B | 58 (40-2268)
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B-25B
Unit: USAAF
Serial: 40-2344

The plane of Lt.Col.J.Doolittle. Took part in borne strike force on 18th April of 1942. CV-8 USS Hornet.
CV-8 USS Hornet


Artist: © Dmitriy Grinyuk
Source: Sent by Dmitriy Grinyuk

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North American B-25 Mitchell | USA | USAAF | B-25B | 40-2344
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B-25C
Unit: USAAF
Serial: 423

Calcutta, 1945. This was used for courier flights between India and China.

Artist: © Keith Broomfield
Source: "The North American B-25A to G Mitchell" by Ray Wagner, Profile Publications Ltd, No.59

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