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Doolittle raider Robert Hite in Japanese captivity, Japan, Apr 1942Doolittle raiders SSgt. F. A. Braemer, SSgt. P. J. Leonard, 1Lt. R. E. Cole, LtCol. James Doolittle, and 1Lt. H. A. Potter in Zhejiang Province, China, circa 19 Apr 1942US incendiary bombs dropped by Doolittle Raiders that failed to explode, Nagoya, Japan, Apr 1942Chinese troops evacuating downed Doolittle Raiders, somewhere on the Chinese coast, Apr 1942
Doolittle raider Robert Hite in Japanese captivity, Japan, Apr 1942Doolittle raiders SSgt. F. A. Braemer, SSgt. P. J. Leonard, 1Lt. R. E. Cole, LtCol. James Doolittle, and 1Lt. H. A. Potter in Zhejiang Province, China, circa 19 Apr 1942US incendiary bombs dropped by Doolittle Raiders that failed to explode, Nagoya, Japan, Apr 1942Chinese troops evacuating downed Doolittle Raiders, somewhere on the Chinese coast, Apr 1942
Doolittle Raiders Crew #2 in China pose with some of the Chinese Nationals who helped them evade the Japanese, late April 1942Doolittle raiders Lt James Macia, Lt Jack Sims, S/Sgt Jacob Eierman, and Maj John Hilger in China, Apr 1942Doolittle raiders Sgt Edward Saylor, Lt Thomas Robert White, Lt Don Smith, Lt Griffith Williams, and Lt Howard Sessler with local civilian and military leaders in Sanmen County, Zhejiang Province, China, 23 Apr 1942Doolittle raiders Sgt Edward Saylor, Lt Thomas Robert White, Lt Don Smith, Lt Griffith Williams, and Lt Howard Sessler with the people of Sanmen County, Zhejiang Province, China, 23 Apr 1942
Doolittle Raiders Crew #2 in China pose with some of the Chinese Nationals who helped them evade the Japanese, late April 1942Doolittle raiders Lt James Macia, Lt Jack Sims, S/Sgt Jacob Eierman, and Maj John Hilger in China, Apr 1942Doolittle raiders Sgt Edward Saylor, Lt Thomas Robert White, Lt Don Smith, Lt Griffith Williams, and Lt Howard Sessler with local civilian and military leaders in Sanmen County, Zhejiang Province, China, 23 Apr 1942Doolittle raiders Sgt Edward Saylor, Lt Thomas Robert White, Lt Don Smith, Lt Griffith Williams, and Lt Howard Sessler with the people of Sanmen County, Zhejiang Province, China, 23 Apr 1942
A wounded Doolittle raider lying in a cot, surrounded by John Hilger and Chinese military presonnel, China, Apr 1942Doolittle raiders outside the shelter where they hid after crash landing in China, Apr 1942President Franklin Roosevelt presenting the Medal of Honor to Brigadier General James Doolittle for Doolittle’s role in leading a bomber attack on Tokyo one month earlier, White House, Washington DC, United States, 19 May 1942.Doolittle Raider Ted Lawson shaking hands with Henry Morgenthau, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942
A wounded Doolittle raider lying in a cot, surrounded by John Hilger and Chinese military presonnel, China, Apr 1942Doolittle raiders outside the shelter where they hid after crash landing in China, Apr 1942President Franklin Roosevelt presenting the Medal of Honor to Brigadier General James Doolittle for Doolittle’s role in leading a bomber attack on Tokyo one month earlier, White House, Washington DC, United States, 19 May 1942.Doolittle Raider Ted Lawson shaking hands with Henry Morgenthau, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942
Major General Millard Harmon awarding Doolittle Raider Charles McClure, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942Doolittle Raiders John Hilger, Charles Greening, Thomas White, Donald Smith, Dean Davenport, W. R. Pound, William Bower, James Macia, and Denver Trulove in Washingoton DC, United States, 18 Jun 1942Doolittle Raider Major John Hilger minutes after receiving his Distinguished Flying Cross, the fifth highest US combat decoration at the time, Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942Henry Arnold and James Doolittle at Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942
Major General Millard Harmon awarding Doolittle Raider Charles McClure, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942Doolittle Raiders John Hilger, Charles Greening, Thomas White, Donald Smith, Dean Davenport, W. R. Pound, William Bower, James Macia, and Denver Trulove in Washingoton DC, United States, 18 Jun 1942Doolittle Raider Major John Hilger minutes after receiving his Distinguished Flying Cross, the fifth highest US combat decoration at the time, Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942Henry Arnold and James Doolittle at Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942
Henry Arnold awarding Doolittle Raider Captain Travis Hoover at Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942Henry Arnold awarding Doolittle Raiders at Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942; note B-18 Bolo aircraft in backgroundMajor General Millard Harmon awarding the Distinguished Flying Cross to Doolittle Raider Harold Watson, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942Song Meiling awarding Brigadier General James Doolittle (note Order of the Cloud and Banner 3rd Class), Colonel John Hilger (note Order of the Cloud and Banner 6th Class), and Captain Henry Potter for Doolittle Raid success, Chongqing, China, 29 Jun 1942
Henry Arnold awarding Doolittle Raider Captain Travis Hoover at Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942Henry Arnold awarding Doolittle Raiders at Bolling Field, Washington DC, United States, 27 Jun 1942; note B-18 Bolo aircraft in backgroundMajor General Millard Harmon awarding the Distinguished Flying Cross to Doolittle Raider Harold Watson, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942Song Meiling awarding Brigadier General James Doolittle (note Order of the Cloud and Banner 3rd Class), Colonel John Hilger (note Order of the Cloud and Banner 6th Class), and Captain Henry Potter for Doolittle Raid success, Chongqing, China, 29 Jun 1942

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