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Legends Gallery

William "Billy" Mitchell

Mitchell (1879-1936) was the renowned pioneer of U.S. air power and generally regarded as one of the most far-sighted military leaders of his age.

One of the most famous U.S. aviators of WWI, he commanded the largest concentration of aircraft in France in September 1918 - about 1,500 warplanes. 

Mitchell is thought to have logged flight time in the Thomas Morse Scout.  The B-25 Mitchell used by the Doolittle Raiders was named after Billy Mitchell in honor of his contribution to airpower.

Both of these examples are on display at the Yanks Air Museum