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James Doolittle and fellow raiders at a reunion in North Africa, 18 Apr 1943James Doolittle awarding the Purple Heart to the crew of B-17E Flying Fortress bomber
James Doolittle and fellow raiders at a reunion in North Africa, 18 Apr 1943James Doolittle awarding the Purple Heart to the crew of B-17E Flying Fortress bomber 'Sweet Chariot', Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria, Jul 1943
General Dwight Eisenhower presenting the Distinguished Service Medal to Major General James Doolittle at a ceremony in North Africa, probably Tunisia, late 1943.Lieutenant General Doolittle, circa 1944-1945
General Dwight Eisenhower presenting the Distinguished Service Medal to Major General James Doolittle at a ceremony in North Africa, probably Tunisia, late 1943.Lieutenant General Doolittle, circa 1944-1945
BGen Jesse Auton, Gen Eisenhower, LGen Carl Spaatz, MGen James Doolittle, MGen William E Kepner, Col Donald M Blakeslee, Apr 11 1944. VIPs were present for the presentation of Blakeslee with the Distinguished Service Cross, RAF Debden, Essex, England, UKLtGen Jimmy Doolittle speaking with Princess Elizabeth of the United Kingdom during a Royal visit to RAF Thurleigh, home of the USAAF 306th Bomb Group, 6 Jul 1944.
BGen Jesse Auton, Gen Eisenhower, LGen Carl Spaatz, MGen James Doolittle, MGen William E Kepner, Col Donald M Blakeslee, Apr 11 1944. VIPs were present for the presentation of Blakeslee with the Distinguished Service Cross, RAF Debden, Essex, England, UKLtGen Jimmy Doolittle speaking with Princess Elizabeth of the United Kingdom during a Royal visit to RAF Thurleigh, home of the USAAF 306th Bomb Group, 6 Jul 1944.
Princess Elizabeth, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom and LtGen Jimmy Doolittle beside the B-17G ‘Rose of York’ after the bomber’s christening in honor of the Princess, RAF Thurleigh, 6 Jul 1944Allied Expeditionary Air Force officers at a conference, Aug 1944; L to R: Amery, Royce, Douglas, Harris, Leigh-Mallory, Anderson, Doolittle, Parks, and Hill
Princess Elizabeth, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom and LtGen Jimmy Doolittle beside the B-17G ‘Rose of York’ after the bomber’s christening in honor of the Princess, RAF Thurleigh, 6 Jul 1944Allied Expeditionary Air Force officers at a conference, Aug 1944; L to R: Amery, Royce, Douglas, Harris, Leigh-Mallory, Anderson, Doolittle, Parks, and Hill
Spaatz, Patton, Doolittle, Vandenberg, and Weyland in France, 1944MGen ER “Pete” Quaseda, with pointer, conducting an Air-Ground Liaison briefing for LtGen Carl Spaatz (glasses) and LtGen James Doolittle (seated), VII Corps Headquarters, Münsterbusch, Germany, 19 Nov 1944
Spaatz, Patton, Doolittle, Vandenberg, and Weyland in France, 1944MGen ER “Pete” Quaseda, with pointer, conducting an Air-Ground Liaison briefing for LtGen Carl Spaatz (glasses) and LtGen James Doolittle (seated), VII Corps Headquarters, Münsterbusch, Germany, 19 Nov 1944
US Army Lieutenant General James Doolittle and Major General Curtis LeMay at 8th Air Force headquarters, High Wycombe, England, United Kingdom, 1945; note a tail boom of a P-38 Lightning behind themGen Jimmy Doolittle, the Duchess of Kent, Lady Herbert, and Col Henry G
US Army Lieutenant General James Doolittle and Major General Curtis LeMay at 8th Air Force headquarters, High Wycombe, England, United Kingdom, 1945; note a tail boom of a P-38 Lightning behind themGen Jimmy Doolittle, the Duchess of Kent, Lady Herbert, and Col Henry G 'Mac' MacDonald on the Chelveston control tower, 4 Apr 1945
James Doolittle and fellow raiders at a reunion in Miami Beach, Florida, United States, 19 Apr 1947Lieutenant General James Doolittle being presented a plaque containing a fragment of a wrecked B-25 bomber that had participated in the Doolittle Raid, Miami Beach, Florida, United States, 19 Apr 1947
James Doolittle and fellow raiders at a reunion in Miami Beach, Florida, United States, 19 Apr 1947Lieutenant General James Doolittle being presented a plaque containing a fragment of a wrecked B-25 bomber that had participated in the Doolittle Raid, Miami Beach, Florida, United States, 19 Apr 1947
Plaque containing a fragment of a wrecked B-25 bomber that had participated in the Doolittle Raid; this was presented to James Doolittle on 19 Apr 1947General Doolittle
Plaque containing a fragment of a wrecked B-25 bomber that had participated in the Doolittle Raid; this was presented to James Doolittle on 19 Apr 1947General Doolittle's Decorations, including the Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, and others, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, United States, May 2008

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