In November 1942, Doolittle led the U.S. Twelfth Air Force into North Africa, and in November 1943 he headed the Fifteenth Air Force in Italy. In January 1944, he took command of the Eighth Air Force in Britain, which he controlled until V‐E Day. His promotion of aggressive fighter escort tactics gained the Americans air superiority over Germany. After the war, he served on numerous government commissions.
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