You may or may not have already read my piece on the unarmed EF-111 Raven that scored a kill on an Iraqi … Continue reading A Zero and a .45
Seventy two years ago at 0430 hours on the 4th of June, the Battle of Midway was in its infancy … Continue reading Midway
On this day in 1942, The United States performed the first air raid on the Japanese Homeland. This raid has, overtime, come to be known as The Doolittle Raid.
The Doolittle raid was a daring strike of Tokyo and other locations on Honshu island by 16 B-25 Mitchell bombers. What made this raid particularly noteworthy is the fact that the bombers were launched not from a land base, but from the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet.
A few years ago, a friend of mine showed me a finished project of his, an extensive compilation of historical … Continue reading “Indian Joe” Bauer