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Richard E. Cole, Colonel
Co-Pilot Crew 1
was the co-pilot of Doolittle's plane and the first off of the Hornet's deck, around 0800 (8:00 am ship time) April 18, 1942.
Close to 1330 (1:30 pm ship time), they dropped their first bombs on Tokyo.
They continued on toward China.
At 2120 (9:20pm ship time) after 13 hours in the air, and having covered nearly 2,250 miles, Cole
and the rest of his
crew bailed out over China.
enlisted November 22, 1940.
completed pilot training and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, July, 1941.
remained in China-Burma-India until June, 1943 and served again in the China-Burma-India Theater from October, 1943 until June, 1944.
was relieved from active duty in January, 1947 but returned to active duty in August, 1947.
He was Operations Advisor to Venezuelan Air Force from 1959 to 1962.
peacetime service included posts in Ohio, North Carolina and California.
rated as Command Pilot
decorations include the Distinguished Flying Cross with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Air Medal with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster, the Bronze Star Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal and the Chinese Army
, Navy and Air Corps Medal, Class A, 1st Grade.
USS Starfire - Karl "KC" Cole
Verena of Alpha Centauri VII and Richard Cole (deceased) of Terra
Stardate 9723.4 - Cole
survived the Jirzzaque attack on Starbase 43 in the Daran star system.As a result of injuries sustained in defending the starbase, Cole
was awarded the Starfleet decoration for Valor in Battle.
Stardate 9798.4 - As a result of exploring an abandoned Jirzzaque base in the Beta Quadrant, Cole
was taken over by an implanted Jirzzaque personality.The Jirzzaque personality forced Cole
to betray Starfleet's secrets about a prototype starship ending in its seizure by Jirzzaque agents.The startship was subsequently lost in battle with other Federation starships.Cole
was freed of the Jirzzaque domination via a Vulcan mind meld.Based on reports from Cole's commanding officer, Starfleet
Command determined that Cole's spy activities were completely against his
will and he
was allowed to retain his
commission in Starfleet and return to duty.
Stardate 9899.4 - Feeling his
service in Starfleet useless as a social science officer, and wanting to prove himself once more, Cole
requested transfer to Engineering, a department on the Lexington that was severely undermanned.His
request for transfer was granted and he
obtained a Level Five rating in Engineering.
Stardate 9962.4 - Cole
helped foil an Aziat plot to destroy the Lexington.
Stardate 10001.3 - Cole
along with 39 other members of the Lexington crew, believing the ship's warp core about to breach, entered life pods.As a result of classified scientific experiments being conducted at the time, they emerged 63 years in the future.Cole
and the others were rescued by the Federation starship USS Starfire (NCC-75445).On the recommendation of Starfleet Command, after thorough physical exams and counseling, Cole
fellow Lexington officers were offered billets in the Starfire