Billy Mitchell

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Noun1.Billy Mitchell - United States aviator and general who was an early advocate of military air power (1879-1936)
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The General Billy Mitchell Award has existed since 1964.
Former UKIP candidate Billy Mitchell became the talk of Twitter when he slammed Scottish Government minister Fiona Hyslop as she appeared on the popular politics show on Thursday night.
Recently he and Lindisfarne member Billy Mitchell met some of the previous winners of the award during the run of new show Clear White Light which had its premiere at Live Theatre in Newcastle.
She added: "I worked a lot with Perry who plays Billy Mitchell and Jamie who plays Jay and they're the loveliest guys."
Twin Galaxies, which tracks video games records, believes that Billy Mitchell's 1,047,200 score on the original Donkey Kong was achieved using an emulator.
While it's common to say that the most predictable thing about the next war is its unpredictability, "Predicting Pearl Harbor: Billy Mitchell and the Path to War" by author, lecturer and historian Ronald J.
Ex-Lindisfarne favourites Billy Mitchell and Ray Laidlaw have been in talks with comedian Jason Cook, playwright Ed Waugh and awardwinning director and producer Geoff Wonfor about plans for what's dubbed the Geordie Command Performance.
Billy Mitchell's War with the Navy: The Interwar Rivalry over Air Power by Thomas Wildenberg.
Let's face it: Billy Mitchell was abrasive, bombastic and cocky--a figure almost impossible to hold in a neutral light.
Billy Mitchell: "I've only got a little ladder and I ain't a lesbian." Who knew?