I agree with Mr. Berry. There was only one plane that made a safe landing, the rest were lost at sea or crashed landing. I know in April of 1992, the "Heavenly Body" was the 1st B-25 in 50 years to be launched off the deck of an aircraft carrier to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Doolittle's famous flight. I also seem to remember reading that that a B-25 with a serial number of 40-2347 was found and was trying to be restored, that would be the 3rd plane made after Doolittle's. The Enola Gay was a B-29. It has no reference at all to the Doolittle raid.