Pearl harbor had so much stuff that bothered me. And yes, Zeros were painted green, but not at Pearl Harbor. They were a very light shade of grey. As a matter of fact, The U.S. Navy went over to that same grey color in the late fifties. But, I digress.
No, the Tokyo raiders were NOT fighter pilots. They were the most experienced B-25 pilots in the Army Air Force. Their unit had been the first ones to get the B-25. It's why they were picked.
And NO, the U.S. did not send Ben Affleck, or anybody else for that matter to England to join the Eagle Squadron. Sending U.S. Army pilots to fight for England would have, practically, been declaring war on Germany! We were nuetral, for Pete's Sake! Those guys were all civilians who took it upon themselves to join the fight. It was not with the blessing of the United States. They did it knowing that they would be losing their citizenship, if they did.
Oh, what the hell. there's more, but why bother.
"From our orbital vantage point, we observe an earth without borders, full of peace, beauty and magnificence, and we pray that humanity as a whole can imagine a borderless world as we see it, and strive to live as one in peace."
Astronaut William C. McCool RIP, January 29, 2003 - Space Shuttle Columbia