Chinese troops evacuating downed Doolittle Raiders, somewhere on the Chinese coast, Apr 1942Commander of VGS-1 squadron Lieutenant Commander Lex L. Black making the 2,000th landing on escort carrier Long Island in a SOC-3A Seagull aircraft, 20 Apr 1942Converted TWA Stratoliner Doolittle Raiders Crew #2 in China pose with some of the Chinese Nationals who helped them evade the Japanese, late April 1942
Chinese troops evacuating downed Doolittle Raiders, somewhere on the Chinese coast, Apr 1942Commander of VGS-1 squadron Lieutenant Commander Lex L. Black making the 2,000th landing on escort carrier Long Island in a SOC-3A Seagull aircraft, 20 Apr 1942Converted TWA Stratoliner 'Apache' (USAAF #42-88626) after becoming the first aircraft to land at Bluie West Eight (Kangerlussuaq), Greenland, 20 Apr 1942Doolittle Raiders Crew #2 in China pose with some of the Chinese Nationals who helped them evade the Japanese, late April 1942
Doolittle raiders Lt James Macia, Lt Jack Sims, S/Sgt Jacob Eierman, and Maj John Hilger in China, Apr 1942Hull off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 20 Apr 1942Indianapolis off Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 20 Apr 1942
Doolittle raiders Lt James Macia, Lt Jack Sims, S/Sgt Jacob Eierman, and Maj John Hilger in China, Apr 1942Hull off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 20 Apr 1942Indianapolis off Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 20 Apr 1942


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