In the Pacific, it flew just feet off the ground at more than 200 miles per hour, strafing and skip-bombing Japanese ships and fixed targets. In Europe, it roared at 12,000 feet through intense German anti-aircraft fire, dropping 500-pound bombs on rail lines and bridges. The B-25 bomber is widely regarded as the most versatile plane of WWII. In this hour, host Steve Thomas uncovers the story of the crucial roles the B-25 played during the war. He watches close up as several B-25s are being restored today, meets six veterans who flew them in intense combat–including during the legendary Doolittle Raid–and experiences the thrill of flying in one of the greatest warplanes ever built.