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Question 1: Davenport was injured during the crash-landing in ________ after the raid.
Time in ChinaReligion in ChinaProvince (China)China

Question 2: He graduated University City High School, ________ and attended the University of Missouri.
Hazelwood, MissouriFerguson, MissouriFlorissant, MissouriUniversity City, Missouri

Question 3: He graduated from Advanced Flying School and was commissioned as a ________ on 27 September 1941.
Second LieutenantEnsign (rank)Lieutenant CommanderFirst Lieutenant

Question 4: He also served in ________ and flew 86 combat missions and rose to the rank of colonel.
Korean PeninsulaNorth KoreaKoreaSouth Korea

Question 5: The Doolittle Raid was the subject of two 1944 feature films including ________ based on a book of the same title by Captain Lawson (promoted after his return to duty).
Waterloo Bridge (1940 film)Madame Curie (film)Quo Vadis (1951 film)Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

Question 6: He was discharged from active duty in July 1945 after stateside assignments in ________.
San Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos AngelesCalifornia

Question 7: Davenport died on 14 February 2000 in ________, aged 81.
Panama City, FloridaLynn Haven, FloridaPanama City Beach, FloridaLower Grand Lagoon, Florida

Question 8: Upon his high school graduation, He enlisted on 3 December 1940 and completed the Airplane and Engine Mechanic Course in ________ in December 1941.
Fremont, NebraskaLincoln, NebraskaNorth Platte, NebraskaOmaha, Nebraska

Question 9: "The Ruptured Duck" was a ________ B-25B Mitchell (S/N 40-2261), which was piloted by Lt.
B-29 SuperfortressNorth American AviationF-86 SabreB-45 Tornado

Question 10: Thatcher was the only crew member to avoid serious injury when "The Ruptured Duck" crash-landed just off the ________ coast, enabling him to help the rest of the crew evade capture.
Time in ChinaProvince (China)ChinaReligion in China







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