Saturday, May 22, 2010


Last month, in Dayton, Ohio, the largest gathering of B-25s in a long time, there to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid. The video of the flyover is the official TigerHawk feel-good video of the weekend.


By Anonymous feeblemind, at Sun May 23, 12:15:00 PM:

Good post, TH. I had missed this. I am glad you brought it to our attention.  

By Blogger foxlets14, at Sun May 23, 02:15:00 PM:

Thanks TH....the Doolittle raid meant a lot to a 10 year old in 1942 and seeing those beautiful B-25s and the men that flew them means a lot to me today....gotta admit some water passed these tired old pilot eyes!  

By Blogger Teflon Dad, at Sun May 23, 02:18:00 PM:

Excellent video, my late father-in-law flew 25's in the war and loved the plane. I didn't know so many were left. Thank you.  

By Blogger TOF, at Sun May 23, 04:58:00 PM:

The Navy Blue one with the Devil Dog nose art is a Marine PBJ-1. It's the Navy equivalent of a B-25H, i.e., it's built to attack shipping.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sun May 23, 10:32:00 PM:

Feel-good video of the month, more like.

Thanks for posting this.


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