Past U.S. Air flow Force Colonel kept in mind for being the final surviving pilot from the Doolittle Raid, the first American aerial assault on Japan during Globe Battle II. In June 1942, he received the Recognized Flying Mix for his activities through the raid. He went to Kent State University or college before graduating from the U.S. Military Air Corps Soaring College in 1940. The Colonel William Marsh Bower Middle in Shalersville Township, Ohio was opened up in his honor in 2013. He previously two sons and two daughters along with his wife, Lorraine Amman. He participated in the popular Doolittle Raid, called following the mission’s commander, Wayne Doolittle.