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American missions against Manywet and Manywet Airfield
April 3, 1943 - April 24, 1944

April 14, 1943
(10th AF) P-40's dropping 1,000 pound bombs hit Manywet Airfield, rendering the runway unusable.

February 17, 1944
(10th AF) Six P-51s hit supply areas along roads around Lonton and Manywet.

February 19, 1944
(10th AF) 60+ A-36s and P-51s and a few B-25s hit a targets including fuel and supply dumps at Manywet and a junction west of Manywet.

March 3, 1944
(10th AF) P-40s, A-36s, P-51s, and B-25s hit targets Manywet.

March 12, 1994
(10th AF) P-40s, A-36s, and P-51s, along with a single B-25 hit Manywet.

March 21, 1944
(10th AF) Ffighter-bombers and B-25s hit Manywet town

March 26, 1944
(10th AF) Fighter-bombers and a lone B-25 attack Manywet Airfield

March 28, 1944
(10th AF) 60+ fighter-bombers and nine B-25s furnish ground support in the Sumprabum, Mogaung, and Kamaing areas, and bomb storage at Manywet Town

April 6, 1944
(10th AF) Fighter-bombers and B-25s hit supplies at Manywet

April 7, 1944
(10th AF) Fighter-bombers and two B-25s hit numerous targets including fuel and ammunition stores near Manywet

April 8, 1944
(10th AF) Fighter-bombers and B-25s hit targets including Manywet

April 14, 1944
(10th AF) Twenty P-40s over the Mogaung Valley attack a camp at Manywet

April 20, 1944
(10th AF) Eleven B-25s hit a bivouac and supply area northwest of Manywet

April 24, 1944
(10th AF) 100+ P-40s, P-51s, A-36s, and B-25s hit targets including Manywet.

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