Progress is being reported in the restoration of owner Ron Fagen’s North American B-25J Mitchell 44-86698, Registration number N325N. Formerly going by the name “Sunday Punch” and known for its unusual solid nose that bristled […]
e-publications republished with the permission of B-25 MITCHELL ASSOCIATION B-25 BLAST #2 – MEMBERSHIP REACHES 50 MEMBERS After one week of operation, we are pleased to announce that membership in the […]
e-publications republished with the permission of the B-25 ASSOCIATION Here is an interesting story from 1943 by Peter J. Hennessey. I don’t know if he is still alive today. I put this up on www.B25.net about […]
Major Thomas C. Griffin (known simply by friends and family as Tom) passed away Tuesday, February 26 in a Kentucky Veterans Affairs nursing home. The 96 year old earned his stripes navigating a B-25 bomber […]
Despite uncooperative weather, the Vintage Wings of Canada’s annual Wings Over Gatineau-Ottawa Airshow held recently was a tremendous success, attracting more than 32,000 attendees to Ottawa-Gatineau Executive Airport in Gatineau, QC, Canada. Several participating groups […]
Today’s picture shows the experimental staff at the North American Aviation plant in Inglewood, California, observing wind tunnel tests on a model of the B-25 (“Billy Mitchell”) bomber. 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer.
The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders will end their longstanding tradition of annual reunions this year near the place where it all started, Elgin Air Force Base and Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The group of 80 men […]
The National WWII Museum’s stunning modernistic glass and steel “US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center” opened to the public on January 13th to capacity crowds eager to see the new $35 million home of the […]