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American missions against Mandalay
November 20, 1942 - July 26, 1944

November 20, 1942
(10th AF) Eight B-24s bomb the marshalling yard at Mandalay

November 22, 1942
(10th AF) Six B-24s inflict heavy damage on the railroad center at Mandalay.

January 4, 1943
(10th AF) Heavy bombers pound the marshaling yard at Mandalay, halting the northbound flow of supplies

January 16, 1943
(10th AF) B-25s hit the Mandalay-Lashio railroad line

January 19, 1943
(10th AF) One flight of B-24s bombs Thazi, a railroad junction south of Mandalay

January 25, 1943
(10th AF) Three B-25s add to the destruction at the Mandalay Marshaling Yard, tearing up tracks, wrecking about 75 railroad cars, and setting the freight house aflame.

January 26, 1943
(10th AF) Twelve B-25s bomb Mandalay Marshaling Yards

February 4, 1943
(10th AF) Seven B-24s, bombing from 14,500' attack the Myitnge bridge south of Mandalay, damaging the southern approach

April 5, 1943
(10th AF) Seventeen B-25's bomb railroad targets at Mandalay

April 15, 1943
(10th AF) Ten B-25's bomb the Mandalay Marshaling Yard

April 16, 1943
(10th AF) Nine B-25's weathered out of Maymyo, hit rail targets in Mandalay.

April 23, 1943
(10th AF) Nine B-25's bomb the Mandalay warehouse area.

June 13, 1943
(10th AF) Nine B-25's attack the Meza railway bridge on the Mandalay-Myitkyina line, causing minor damage.

July 20, 1943
(10th AF) B-24's attack Mandalay

February 11, 1944
(
10th AF) 8 P-51s and P-40s on armed reconnaissance strafe a large river steamer and a launch in the Mandalay-Shwebo area.

February 24, 1944
(10th AF) Thirteen B-24s bomb the marshalling yard at Mandalay

February 28, 1944
(10th AF) Thirteen B-24s bomb the marshalling yard at Mandalay

March 15, 1944
(10th AF, RAF) US and British medium and fighter-bombers attack areas around Mandalay.

March 18, 1944
(10th AF) Fourteen B-25s others hit a truck park and supply area near Mandalay

March 25, 1944
(
10th AF) In the Mandalay area, 12 B-24s and 10 P-38s bomb Pyingaing dump, 9 B-25s hit Shwebo railroad yards and a nearby factory, and 8 P-51s attack Gokteik Viaduct

March 29, 1944
(10th AF, RAF) 12 P-38s join numerous RAF aircraft in strikes on airfields, railroads, riverboats, and a variety of targets in the Mandalay area

April 1, 1944
(10th AF) Fourteen P-38s hit a freight train and damage a factory in the vicinity of Mandalay

April 9. 1944
(10th AF) 13 B-24s mine areas near Mandalay

April 18, 1944
(10th AF) Six B-25s score numerous hits on the Mandalay-Shwebo railroad

April 25, 1944
(10th AF) Twelve P-51s hit Japanese HQ at Katha and supply huts at Hopin; near Mandalay

April 29, 1944
(10th AF) In the Mandalay area seven B-25s knock out a railroad bridge south of Myingatha and a canal bridge between Ye-u and Kinu.

May 1, 1944
(10th AF) B-24s bomb Mandalay marshalling yard

May 4, 1944
(10th AF) Twenty-four B-24s bomb Mandalay marshalling yard and barracks

May 15, 1944
(10th AF) B-24s bomb Mandalay.

May 21, 1944
(10th AF) A single B-24 bombs NW part of Mandalay

May 25, 1944
(10th AF) Twenty-eight P-38s sweep over the Mandalay area

July 26, 1944
(10th AF) Fighter-bombers hit targets of opportunity in the north part of Mandalay

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