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By General James h Jimmy DoolittleThis book is about a famous pilot in World War II named Jimmy Doolittle When Jimmy was 14 he had a taste for boxing To encourage Jimmy to quit boxing his mom bought him a motorcycle So he boxed professionally under the name of Jimmy Pierce When he was 16 he met a girl named Josephine but she was called Joe For three years Joe ignored Jimmy but then she started to accept him and they started to like each other But Joe didnt like Jimmy boxing so he again started to box under the name of Jimmy Pierce But when Joe found out she was mad He then went to junior collage When he was young Jimmy had two goals to see the world and to build things Back then only engineers could build things and only two kinds could see the world civil engineers and mining engineers he choose to be a mining engineerThe first two years of the mining engineer course was the same as the other engineering courses math and science He went to the famous Comstock Lode thought the rush was over Some thing happened that summer a mining elevator cable broke with the mining boss and a miner on it and it fell 2900 feet to the bottom of the shaft Since Jimmy was the only one with first aid training he was lowered down When he got to the bottom he found the cage his light went out so he had a hard time finding the door but when he found it and dropped in the people were dead He was raised up and miners suddenly loved himWhen Jimmy completed collage he and his friend joined the armed forces His friend joined the infantry But Jimmy joined the air force First he became an instructor On time he and a student were landing a plane under them hit the bottom of their plane
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