Alonzo, you are very obviously fabricating most if not all of your story.
FYI, there are a few ATS contributors, myself included, with bonafide aeronautical credentials who are much better versed in the history of military
aviation than yourself, as your poorly researched attempt to spin your tale makes clear.
Coincidentally, there are also a couple of active ATS members who are actively involved with the roadrunners international folks and are well
acquainted with a number of the surviving A-12/SR-71 crews so your claims of where you were and who you claim to have known can be easily vetted. (the
YF-12 was a prototype succesor to the A-12, there were only three built and anyone with even a small interest in Kelly Johnsons masterwork would know
that the A-12 came first)
I am not interested in correcting the multitude of inaccuracies in your post as we both know that your story is a fiction.
I will say that you blew your story early with your claim of operating carrier based B-25's.
There was a single mission famously led by Lieutenant colonel Jimmy Doolittle in early 1942 that saw the B-25 Mitchell operated from the USS Hornet
CV-8 one way to the Chinese mainland via Tokyo. The Mitchells could be launched but could not be recovered, the deck was too small to accommodate
landing a 30,000 lb aircraft with a 70 ft. wingspan.
All B-25 operations for the duration of the war, excluding the Doolittle raid were ground based and flown primarily by the USAAF with a very few being
allocated to the USN which were operated almost exclusively by USMC flight crews from land.
No other U.S. CV, including the USS Hornet's Yorktown class sister ships (Yorktown (CV-5) and Enterprise (CV-6), operated a single B-25 sortie during
the entire remainder of the war. Even the much larger Essex class CV's were incapable of supporting flight operations of an aircraft the size of a
medium bomber. Among many other obstacles the aircraft elevators were too small to transport the aircraft which means there would be no way to clear
the flight deck thus it was physically impossible for you to have done what you claim.
Sorry to pop your bubble but perhaps the next time you should consider choosing a more ambiguous topic, or in the least put a bit more effort into
If you want to push the issue I will be more than happy to engage in a more technical discussion.
No bad feelings, it was one of the better tries I have read in the last few months.
Better luck next time.