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    Other aircraft were larger, faster, "prettier" and produced in greater quantities, but none could surpass the colorful career of the North American B-25 Mitchell bomber. In the Pacific, it proved itself to be a very capable anti-shipping weapon and was used against Guam, Tinian and Japanese-occupied islands. In the Middle East and Europe, B-25s took part in the Battle of El Alamein in Egypt and in North Africa, the invasion of Sicily and the advance up Italy. The B-25 first gained fame as the bomber used in the Doolittle Raid that attacked Japan, four months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. It was a sturdy aircraft that could withstand tremendous punishment and production totaled nearly 10,000 aircraft. Read More ...

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