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Lt. Col. Dick Cole was Jimmy Doolittle's co-pilot during the famous "Doolittle Raid" on Tokyo in April, 1942. It was a turning point in the Pacific War, and an important morale boost for the Americans. Created by aviation photographer John Slemp of Aerographs Aviation Photography. Clients include Goodyear Aviation Tires, Phillips 66 Aviation Fuels, Smithsonian Air & Space magazine, and The Lindbergh Foundation. Specialising in high end commercial aviation photography and the supply of aviation stock photography for commercial and marketing use.

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Lt. Col (Ret.) Dick Cole
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© 2016 John Slemp
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Lt. Col. Dick Cole was Jimmy Doolittle's co-pilot during the famous "Doolittle Raid" on Tokyo in April, 1942.  It was a turning point in the Pacific War, and an important morale boost for the Americans.   Created by aviation photographer John Slemp of Aerographs Aviation Photography. Clients include Goodyear Aviation Tires, Phillips 66 Aviation Fuels, Smithsonian Air & Space magazine, and The Lindbergh Foundation.  Specialising in high end commercial aviation photography and the supply of aviation stock photography for commercial and marketing use.