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American bomber B-25 'Mitchell' Japanese bombed the airfield Clark Field (Clark Field) in the Philippines. At the bottom is visible Japanese fighter Ki-43 'Hayabusa' (Ki 43 Hayabusa). The Allies had a code name - 'Oscar

American bomber B-25 'Mitchell' Japanese bombed the airfield Clark Field (Clark Field) in the Philippines. At the bottom is visible Japanese fighter Ki-43 'Hayabusa' (Ki 43 Hayabusa). The Allies had a code name - 'Oscar

Paul Irvin "Pappy" Gunn in Australia during WW2 My mother, an Army Captain and Dietician, knew "Pappy" Gunn and shared interesting, amusing anecdotes about him.

Paul Irvin "Pappy" Gunn in Australia during WW2 My mother, an Army Captain and Dietician, knew "Pappy" Gunn and shared interesting, amusing anecdotes about him.

B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944

[Photo] B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 2 of 3; note bomb in flight

B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944

Flight of American B-25 Mitchell bombers enroute to a bombing mission over New Guinea, Dec 1943.

Flight of American B-25 Mitchell bombers enroute to a bombing mission over New Guinea, Dec 1943.

A B-25 destined to bomb Japan on the deck of the USS Hornet for the Doolittle Raid, 18 April 1942

A B-25 destined to bomb Japan on the deck of the USS Hornet for the Doolittle Raid, 18 April 1942

Low alt bombing, Japanese targets (hence the rising sun insignia on plane on ground)

Low alt bombing, Japanese targets (hence the rising sun insignia on plane on ground)

Alcohol Busters of Formosa by Steve Ferguson  On May 29, 1945, 1/Lt. Fred L. Paveglio and his wingman, 1/Lt. L.T. Wilhelm, piloted their B-25J Mitchells on a devastating raid against the Tairin Alcohol Plant on the island of Formosa. Following the precise directions from the navigator, 2/Lt. Albert C. West, Paveglio and Wilhelm dropped down to attack height and heavily strafed the Tairin complex... More at https://irandpcorp.com/products/alcohol-busters-of-formosa/

Alcohol Busters of Formosa by Steve Ferguson On May 29, 1945, 1/Lt. Fred L. Paveglio and his wingman, 1/Lt. L.T. Wilhelm, piloted their B-25J Mitchells on a devastating raid against the Tairin Alcohol Plant on the island of Formosa. Following the precise directions from the navigator, 2/Lt. Albert C. West, Paveglio and Wilhelm dropped down to attack height and heavily strafed the Tairin complex... More at https://irandpcorp.com/products/alcohol-busters-of-formosa/

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