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  • And the plane he would fly from Saipan on the first B-29 raid on Tokyo was called Dauntless Dotty.

    Masters of the Air

  • And the plane he would fly from Saipan on the first B-29 raid on Tokyo was called Dauntless Dotty.

    Masters of the Air

  • Murtogg: Oh, the Dauntless is the power in these waters, true enough.

    Word of the Week #12

  • The lenticular tank of the Dauntless was a hundred feet long, with a 100,000-plug board capacity for controlling 100,000 Patrol vessels and manning stations for two dozen Rigellians.

    The Dragon Lensman

  • If you do not, I shall call the Dauntless and we will land in force.

    Children of the Lens

  • A writer's workshop hosted by Banerjee follows the tour; for more information on this free event, call the Dauntless at 360-297-4043 or go to www.dauntlessbooks.com .

    The Seattle Times

  • The Dauntless is the 35th airplane plucked from the waters since the National Naval Aviation Museum began a recovery and restoration program in 1990, Ellis said.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • The Dauntless is the 35th airplane plucked from the waters since the National Naval Aviation Museum began a recovery and restoration program in 1990, Ellis said.

    wnyt.com - Capital Region News, Weather and Sports from NEWSCHANNEL 13

  • The Dauntless is the 35th airplane plucked from the waters since the National Naval Aviation Museum began a recovery and restoration program in 1990, Ellis said.

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  • The Dauntless is the 35th airplane plucked from the waters since the National Naval Aviation Museum began a recovery and restoration program in 1990, Ellis said.

    Navy Times - News

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