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Doolittle

Hilda. known as H.D. 1886--1961, US imagist poet and novelist, living in Europe
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He said: "In the early 1960s David recognised the trend towards home ownership and launched Doolittle & Dalley into residential house sales to run alongside the long-established property management part of the business.
Colonel who was a crew member of the Doolittle Raiders.
"He's not trying to do anything other than rattle me," Doolittle said.
Except for Doolittle, none of the crew members knew their final destination.
The visit culminated in a Doolittle Award presentation attended by a hangar full of Wing members and community leaders, and highlighted by prescient words that Jimmy Doolittle wrote in a 1945 letter to his wife.
This fictional new aircraft carrier, the Doolittle, is 1,156 feet long, has a beam of 150 feet at the waterline and displaces just over 101,000 tons.
Second, the "In a Nutshell" summary on page 11 states that the museum's B-25 flew on the April 1942 Doolittle Raid.
Target Tokyo: Jimmy Doolittle and the Raid that Avenged Pearl Harbor.
Two individuals independently came up with the ideas that produced the Doolittle Raid: Navy captain Francis Low and Lt Col James "Jimmy" Doolittle--a famous prewar military test pilot, civilian aviator, and aeronautical engineer and now special assistant for Lt Gen Henry "Hap" Arnold, AAF chief.
The last surviving Doolittle Raider, who had just marked his 101st birthday a few days before, smiled as he reminisced in the shadow of the bomber--a link to his storied past.
In recognition the tremendous boost Doolittle's Raid gave American morale, members of The Tokyo Doolittle Raiders were awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in May 2014.