There's an interesting story in the Tulsa paper today on a B-25 moving to Ohio.
The interesting part of the story for me, however, is the owner's relationship with the Doolittle Raiders.
Some years ago, when the Doolittle Raiders convened in Tucson, Ariz., for one of their annual reunions, the city gave each of the crew members a silver goblet with each of their names engraved twice: once at the top and a second engraving upside down at the bottom, Wheaton said.
At each reunion, the Raiders toast each other with "refreshments" from the silver goblets. The toasts include salutes to those Raiders who have died since the last reunion, he said.
The deceased Raiders' goblets are turned upside down and returned to a wooden and glass carrying case, where the names can be read with the others.