Donations Sought for Doolittle B-25 Reunion
The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Association in cooperation with owners of North American B-25 Mitchell bombers from all over the USA and Canada, are planning to host 25 of these famous WWII warbirds April 16–18 during their 68th reunion at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio.
This will be the first time since WWII that this many B-25’s have been assembled for public viewing. The event titled “A Tribute of Mitchell B-25’s to the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders” is a major financial project which will depend on raising funds to support the fuel, oil for the planes, and housing for the crews participating.
The B-25 Mitchell became one of the most effective medium bombers of WWII and was made famous by the Doolittle Tokyo Raid on Japan, April 18, 1942. Today these Mitchells are one of the most popular aircraft seen at museums and air shows.
The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Association is seeking financial help for this important mission in the way of sponsorships and donations. Your contribution or sponsorship would be most welcome at this time.
Please contact Tom Casey, Manager, Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Association, Inc. at 941-921-7361 or e-mail email@example.com.