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Mr. Richard Cole E.

Welfare Officer

Hampton Wick Royal Cricket Club

HQ Phone: +44 20 8977 2378

Hampton Wick Royal Cricket Club

Bushy Park

Hampton Wick, Surrey kt1 4az

United Kingdom

Company Description

Hampton Wick Royal Cricket Club was founded in 1863 and its ground is situated at the Kingston end of Bushy Park the club is very privileged to play in such beautiful surrounding and with its modern pavilion is the envy of many other cricket clubs. The ne... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director
Cole Fabrics

Professor
Offspin

Contributor
Air Force Times

Copilot
Doolittle's Ltd

Affiliations

Operations Advisor
Venezuelan Air Force

Operations Advisor
Venezuelan Air Force

Education



Ohio University



Steele High School



Wittenberg College



the State Department Language Institute

BSC Chemical Engineering Degree

Leeds University

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Richard E Cole was born in Dayton Ohio on 7th September 1915. Cole graduated from Steele High School, Dayton, Ohio and completed two years college at Ohio University. On 20th November 1940 Richard Cole enlisted with the USAF. Cole completed pilot training and commissioned as Second Lieutenant, July, 1941. Cole was co-pilot of General Jimmy Doolittles B-25 plane #1, their Mitchell attacked the city of Tokyo and they bailed out over China. Cole remained in China-Burma-India flying bombing and transport missions over the Hump untill June 1943, and served again in the China-Burma-India theater from October, 1943 until June, 1944.
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Between 1959 to 1962 Cole was Operations Advisor to Venezuelan Air Force . Peacetime service in Ohio, North Carolina, and California. Rated as command pilot.


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Richard E Cole was born in Dayton Ohio on 7th September 1915. Cole graduated from Steele High School, Dayton, Ohio and completed two years college at Ohio University. On 20th November 1940 Richard Cole enlisted with the USAF. Cole completed pilot training and commissioned as Second Lieutenant, July, 1941. Cole was co-pilot of General Jimmy Doolittles B-25 plane #1, their Mitchell attacked the city of Tokyo and they bailed out over China. Cole remained in China-Burma-India flying bombing and transport missions over the Hump untill June 1943, and served again in the China-Burma-India theater from October, 1943 until June, 1944.
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Between 1959 to 1962 Cole was Operations Advisor to Venezuelan Air Force . Peacetime service in Ohio, North Carolina, and California. Rated as command pilot.


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Dick Cole was born in Dayton Ohio on 7th September 1915. He graduated from Steele High School, Dayton, Ohio and completed two years college at Ohio University. On 20th November 1940 Richard Cole enlisted with the USAAF. Cole completed pilot training and was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in July, 1941. Cole is a Doolittle Raider and was co-pilot of General Jimmy Doolittles B-25 plane #1, their Mitchell attacked the city of Tokyo and they bailed out over China. Cole remained in China-Burma-India flying bombing and transport missions over the Hump until June 1943, and served again in the China-Burma-India theater from October, 1943, until June, 1944. He was relieved from active duty in January, 1947, but returned to active duty in August, 1947. Cole was Operations Advisor to the Venezuelan Air Force from 1959 to 1962. He is rated as a Command Pilot.

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