At the age of 103, Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Dick Cole was the last surviving member of the famous Doolittle Raiders. Cole was sitting in the right seat of the B-25 with Doolittle as the Captain. On April 18th, 1942 Doolittle and Cole led the raid with 16 airplanes and a total of 80 personnel members to their destination of Tokyo where they would provide the moral boost the United States of America needed after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

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