Edward J. Saylor, one of the four remaining Doolittle Raiders who bombed Japanese cities in a bold daylight attack four months after Pearl Harbor, has died. He was 94.
Saylor's family said his Jan. 28 death at an assisted living facility in Sumner, Wash., was from natural causes.
For years, Saylor talked to students and civic groups about his audacious mission, hinting at its significance with wry understatement.
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Edward J. Saylor obituary: In the Feb. 5 California section, the obituary of Edward J. Saylor, who was one of four remaining Doolittle's Raiders from World...