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On April 16, 1944 "Black Sunday" took off on a strike mission against Hollandia. Returning, the formation encontered severe weather and ran low on fuel. After landing at Gusap Airfield, this A-20 ran out of fuel.
A few weeks later, this A-20 was damaged over Wewak when a bullet entering the canopy and wounding the gunner Sgt Irving Cohen in the leg.
On July 3, 1944 this A-20 was damaged while landing at Hollandia Airfield and was repaired.
On September 18, 1944 the nose wheel collapsed on takeoff, causing structural damage. Afterwards, it was written off. Ultimate fate unknown, likely scrapped or otherwise disappeared. In total, this A-20 flew , more than 80 combat missions flying from Gusap Airfield and Hollandia Airfield and a total of 35 combat missions piloted by Hambleton.
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