Thank you to my friend Bill for bringing this story to my attention.
A fleet of rumbling B-25 bombers filled the sky in formation above the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Wednesday, while four surviving Doolittle Tokyo Raiders remembered a mission 70 years ago to the day that changed the course of World War II.
Eighty men flew in 16 Army Air Force bombers off the pitching flight deck of the USS Hornet on April 18, 1942, to attack Japan in the first U.S. military strike since the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Twenty of ‘em in the sky, the most since WW2. More pics at the link.