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Veterans of the Medium Bomber Squadron 14th Airforce who blasted Tokyo with General Doolittle and are still dealing aerial blows to Japs in occupied China, Burma. Standing, left to right: Lieutenant Youngblood, Houston, Texas; Captain Crouch, Columbia, South Carolina; Lieutenant Mauch Staunton, Virginia; Lieutenant Fitzhugh, Gavelston, Texas; Captain Campbell, Orofino, Idaho; On motor, Sergeant Norton, Cape Cod, Massachusetts; On propeller, Sergeant Radney, Minneola, Texas; In cockpit of "Tokyo Jo," Major Everett Holstrom, Tacoma, Washington

Veterans of the Medium Bomber Squadron 14th Airforce who blasted Tokyo with General Doolittle and are still dealing aerial blows to Japs in occupied China, Burma. Standing, left to right: Lieutenant Youngblood, Houston, Texas; Captain Crouch, Columbia, South Carolina; Lieutenant Mauch Staunton, Virginia; Lieutenant Fitzhugh, Gavelston, Texas; Captain Campbell, Orofino, Idaho; On motor, Sergeant Norton, Cape Cod, Massachusetts; On propeller, Sergeant Radney, Minneola, Texas; In cockpit of "Tokyo Jo," Major Everett Holstrom, Tacoma, Washington

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