Edit or Suggest Edit Edit a memorial you manage or suggest changes to the memorial manager. When he was five years old the family moved to Davenport, Iowaand then to Iowa's capital, Des Moineswhere he was raised, and where his father became a confections wholesaler. The tail was shaking dramatically and I was afraid of it breaking off, but I didn't quit. You are only allowed to leave one flower per day for any given memorial. Welcome to the new Find A Grave.
Lewis would fly the mission as Tibbets's co-pilot.
Pilot of Enola Gay Had No Regrets for Hiroshima
This was not Tibbets's regular aircraft, Red Gremlinnor his regular crew, which included bombardier Thomas Ferebee and navigator Theodore Van Kirkwho later flew with him in Enola Gay. But I knew how to put an organisation together. My dad had been in the real estate business down there for years, and at that time he was retired. But once upon a time, you flew a plane called the Enola Gay over the city of Hiroshima, in Japanon a Sunday morning - August 6 - and a bomb fell. I made up my mind then that the morality of dropping that bomb was not my business. The second bomb was dropped and again they were silent for another couple of days. Later, thinking about it, here's a young man, a brilliant person.
Retrieved 25 April Flowers added to the memorial appear on the bottom of the memorial or here on the Flowers tab. Morality, there is no such thing in warfare. Lobbying the History of Enola Gay". After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harborhe flew anti-submarine patrols over the Atlantic. Paul Warfield Tibbets —