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Ellsworth honors fallen Doolittle Raider

U.S. Army Air Corps Staff Sgt. David Thatcher, left, receives a recent B-1 bomber deployment patch during the Final Doolittle Raider Toast in November 2013. Following the Doolittle Raid, Thatcher served in England and Africa until January 1944, flying in a B-26 bomber in 26 missions over North Africa and Europe, including the first bombing raid over Rome. (Courtesy photo/Released)

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