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B-25 Mitchell Bomber Pilot Manual

8.5x11"
180 Pages
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$28.95 $21.95
8.5x11" 180 Pages
In April of 1942, sixteen American bombers raided Tokyo, Japan. The planes were land-based B-25 Mitchells, audaciously launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle.

The attack caused little actual damage, but dealt a serious blow to Japanese morale. More importantly, it gave hope to an American public still reeling from Pearl Harbor.

Manufactured by North American Aviation, the B-25 saw service in every theater of WWII. It carried a crew of six, and could loft a maximum load of 6,000 pounds of bombs. Originally printed by North American and the USAAF, this handbook was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

180 pages, 8.5x11 inches, black and white interior and full color covers. In April of 1942, sixteen American bombers raided Tokyo, Japan. The planes were land-based B-25 Mitchells, audaciously launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle.

The attack caused little actual damage, but dealt a serious blow to Japanese morale. More importantly, it gave hope to an American public still reeling from Pearl Harbor.

Manufactured by North American Aviation, the B-25 saw service in every theater of WWII. It carried a crew of six, and could loft a maximum load of 6,000 pounds of bombs. Originally printed by North American and the USAAF, this handbook was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

180 pages, 8.5x11 inches, black and white interior and full color covers. In April of 1942, sixteen American bombers raided Tokyo, Japan. The planes were land-based B-25 Mitchells, audaciously launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle.

The attack caused little actual damage, but dealt a serious blow to Japanese morale. More importantly, it gave hope to an American public still reeling from Pearl Harbor.

Manufactured by North American Aviation, the B-25 saw service in every theater of WWII. It carried a crew of six, and could loft a maximum load of 6,000 pounds of bombs. Originally printed by North American and the USAAF, this handbook was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

180 pages, 8.5x11 inches, black and white interior and full color covers. In April of 1942, sixteen American bombers raided Tokyo, Japan. The planes were land-based B-25 Mitchells, audaciously launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle.

The attack caused little actual damage, but dealt a serious blow to Japanese morale. More importantly, it gave hope to an American public still reeling from Pearl Harbor.

Manufactured by North American Aviation, the B-25 saw service in every theater of WWII. It carried a crew of six, and could loft a maximum load of 6,000 pounds of bombs. Originally printed by North American and the USAAF, this handbook was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

180 pages, 8.5x11 inches, black and white interior and full color covers. In April of 1942, sixteen American bombers raided Tokyo, Japan. The planes were land-based B-25 Mitchells, audaciously launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle.

The attack caused little actual damage, but dealt a serious blow to Japanese morale. More importantly, it gave hope to an American public still reeling from Pearl Harbor.

Manufactured by North American Aviation, the B-25 saw service in every theater of WWII. It carried a crew of six, and could loft a maximum load of 6,000 pounds of bombs. Originally printed by North American and the USAAF, this handbook was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

180 pages, 8.5x11 inches, black and white interior and full color covers. In April of 1942, sixteen American bombers raided Tokyo, Japan. The planes were land-based B-25 Mitchells, audaciously launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle.

The attack caused little actual damage, but dealt a serious blow to Japanese morale. More importantly, it gave hope to an American public still reeling from Pearl Harbor.

Manufactured by North American Aviation, the B-25 saw service in every theater of WWII. It carried a crew of six, and could loft a maximum load of 6,000 pounds of bombs. Originally printed by North American and the USAAF, this handbook was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

180 pages, 8.5x11 inches, black and white interior and full color covers.

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