First seen in a 1960 issue of CORONET MAGAZINE was this piece that revealed the assorted personal opinions of the crew of the ENOLA GAY.
In the fifteen years that had past since the dropping of the Atomic bomb these are the personal thoughts that were produced after years of sober reflection concerning their part in one of the preeminent events of the last century:
"After 15 years the scene over Hiroshima is still sharp and clear to them, and though they disagree on details, they are unanimous on the point of whether they'd do the same things again".
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