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Graveside Ceremony for Colonel Richard E Cole, USAF (ret) Doolittle Raider. Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.
FORT SAM HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES
Colonel Richard E. Cole, USAF (retired) was the last surviving member of the Doolittle Raiders. As part of the burial ceremony, three formations of military aircraft to include, Five B-25 Mitchells, Two Douglas C-47 Skytrains, and Four F-15Es performed the missing man formation to commemorate Col. Cole’s military service.
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502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs
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