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On August 25, 1941 this A-24 was damaged while landing. Afterwards, repaired.
On February 20, 1942 took off piloted by 2nd Richard H. Launder, O-421633 with gunner Cpl Irvin W. Lnenicka, 06581779 as one of seven A-24 Dive Bombers that took off on a dive bombing mission against the Japanese landing force off Bali. Over the target, this A-24 was hit by anti-aircraft fire in the oil cooler and nearly landed at an airfield occupied by the Japanese before aborting the landing and returning to base.
This aircraft was officially condemned on November 7, 1942. The ultimate fate of this aircraft is unknown, likely abandoned on Java or otherwise disappeared.
Lnenicka passed away on October 18, 1992. He is buried at Terrace Heights Memorial Park in Yakima, WA at section 81, block 99.
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