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B-25 Mitchell Documents & Manuals

Description:

B-25 Mitchell Medium Bomber
The North American B-25 Mitchell medium bomber gained fame when it was used to bomb Tokyo, the first U.S. counterblow against a Japanese city after Pearl Harbor, a huge boost to American morale and a taste of things to come for Japan.

On 18 April 1942 Lt. Colonel James Doolittle led a flight of sixteen B-25B bombers, stripped of defensive guns and given extra fuel tanks to extend their range. They took off from a carrier at sea, the USS Hornet (CV-8), with only a few hundred feet of deck to gain speed, an unprecedented feat. After dropping bombs on Tokyo, the B-25s continued west. One crew went to Vladivostok, the other 15 proceeded to the coast of China. Eighty crew members flew in the Doolittle Raid, 64 returned to fight again.

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Original manual (1944) for the B-25 Mitchell Bomber (AAF)
Includes location and operation of controls and all systems involved in the duties and responsibilities of the Commander and crew. Includes a foreword, history of the Mitchell Bomber B-25, procedures, landing, forced landings & bailouts, etc.

  View: Original North American B-25 Mitchell Pilot Training Manual

Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions for the B-25J (Navy PBJ-1J - British model Mitchell III)

Original Pilots Flight Operating Instructions manual (1944) with photos, systems diagrams, performance charts, procedures etc. This Flight Operating manual taught transitioning pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit.
The North American B-25 Mitchell was one of the best-known medium bombers of WWII, honored for its use in the Jimmy Doolittle Tokyo Raid on Japan in 1942 and its participation in every major theater of the war.

  View: North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber Pilot's Flight Operating Manual

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