ONE OF ONLY 3 STILL FLYING, THIS EXTREMELY RARE WWII MITCHELL B-25 BOMBER IS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF THE FIRST PLANES TO STRIKE JAPAN AFTER LAUNCHING FROM THE CARRIER HORNET, PLANNED BY NAVY CAPT. FRANCIS LOW, LED BY JIMMY DOOLITTLE ON APRIL 18TH, 1942.
Photographed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina
NIKON D-300, F/9 @ 1/320TH
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