Classic Cockpits - Flying the B-25 Mitchell. Have you ever wondered what it was like to fly in the cockpit of a B-25 Mitchell medium bomber, which flew in every theater of World War II and famously captured the world's attention when it flew from the USS Hornet on the 1942 Doolittle Raid on Tokyo?
Here's your chance! Filmed in high definition with multiple on-board cameras, intercom sound and breathtaking air-to-air photography, this thrilling program puts you in the cockpit of a B-25J Mitchell - operated by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum - for a complete flight from engine start to shutdown, using the same drills B-25 crews used in World War II. You'll even accompany the crew chief and co-pilot as they perform the pre-flight checks and walk around!
Run time is about 55 minutes. Widescreen in color. Format is NTSC DVD.