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American missions against Susaki Airfield (Chi Chi Jima)
August 12, 1944 - March 31, 1945

August 12, 1944
(7th AF) B-24s hit shipping, seaplane base, and airfield at Chichi Jima

February 14, 1945
(7th AF) four B-24s in separate strikes hit Susaki Airfield.

February 15, 1945
(7th AF) Twelve B-24s in separate strikes hit Susaki Airfield.

February 16, 1945
(7th AF) During the night of 16/17 Feb, four Guam based B-24s striking separately, hit Susaki Airfield.

February 23, 1945
(7th AF) During the night of 23/24 February, B-24s from Guam fly snooper raids against the Susaki Airfield

February 22, 1945
(7th AF) During the night of 22/23 Feb, B-24s fly individual harassment strikes against Susaki Airfield

February 24, 1945
(7th AF) During the night of 24/25 Feb, five B-24s out of Guam fly individual snooper strikes against Susaki Airfield

February 25, 1945
(7th AF) During the night of 25/26 February, eight B-24s, flying separate harassment strikes, pound Susaki Airfield

February 28, 1945
(7th AF) 8 B-24s pound Susaki Airfield

March 1, 1945
(7th AF) 7 B-24s from Guam bomb Susaki Airfield; others B-24s make separate harassment strikes on Susaki Airfield

March 2, 1945
(7th AF) Seven B-24s make a daylight raid on Susaki Airfield. During the night of 3/4 March five B-24s bomb the Susaki Airfield

March 3, 1945
(7th AF) Ten B-24s pound Susaki Airfield in an afternoon strike, and four more, flying individual strikes, hit the same target.

March 4, 1945
(7th AF) 10 B-24s bomb Susaki Airfield; during the night of 4/5 Mar, 3 B-24s make separate harassment raids on the airfield.

March 5, 1945
(7th AF) 11 B-24s from Guam hit the airfield; during the night, 5 more hit the airfield in individual snooper strikes.

March 6, 1945
(7th AF) 11 B-24s again pound Susaki Airfield; 5 more hit the airfield during the night of 6/7 Mar in separate strikes

March 7, 1945
(7th AF) 11 Guam based B-24s hit Susaki Airfield; 5 more hit Susaki Airfield during the night of 7/8 Mar in individual harassment strikes.

March 8, 1945
(7th AF) 14 B-24s from Guam bomb Susaki Airfield through heavy cloud layers; 5 more B-24s hit the airfield again in 5 individual harassment strikes during the night of 8/9 Mar.

March 9, 1945
(7th AF) 13 B-24s fly a daylight strike on Susaki Airfield while 5 more on single bomber raids, hit the airfield during the night of 9/10 Mar.

March 10, 1945
(7th AF) 10 B-24s from Guam hit Susaki Airfield which 9 B-24s again hit during the night of 10/11 Mar on separate snooper strikes.

March 11, 1945
(7th AF) 11 B-24s from Guam again hit Susaki Airfield, while 8 more during the night of 11/12 Mar, pound the airfield individually. P-51s also bomb Susaki Airfield

March 12, 1945
(7th AF) 13 B-24s fly daylight strike against Susaki Airfield; during the night of 12/13 Mar, 8 B-24s hit Susaki Airfield

March 13, 1945
(7th AF) 10 B-24s bomb Susaki Airfield; during the night of 13/14 Mar, 8 B-24s, flying individual strikes pound Susaki Airfield

March 14, 1945
(7th AF) 11 B-24s from Guam bomb Susaki Airfield. 16 P-51s strafe and dive-bomb Susaki Airfield and several gun positions on Chichi Jima

March 15, 1945
(7th AF) 8 B-24s bomb Susaki Airfield; 3 more, on snooper strikes, hit the airfield during the night of 15/16 Mar.

March 16, 1945
(7th AF) 13 Guam based B-24s bomb Susaki Airfield; during the night of 16/17 Mar, Susaki Airfield is hit again.

March 17, 1945
(7th AF) 11 B-24s hit Susaki Airfield; during the night of 17/18 Mar, 5 B-24s again hit the airfield.

March 18, 1945
(7th AF) 14 B-24s from Guam pound Susaki Airfield. During the night of 18/19 Mar, 5 more B-24s individually strike Susaki Airfield.

March 19, 1945
(7th AF) 12 Guam based B-24s attack the Susaki Airfield and radio installations in the afternoon. During the night of 19/20 Mar, Susaki Airfield is hit again by 5 B-24s flying separate snooper strikes.

March 20, 1945
(7th AF) 12 B-24s bomb Susaki Airfield; during the night of 20/21 Mar, during the night of 20/21 Mar, 4 other B-24s fly single strikes against the airfield.

March 21, 1945
(7th AF) 13 B-24s, based on Guam hit Susaki Airfield, which is hit again during the night of 21/22 Mar by 5 more, flying separate strikes.

March 22, 1945
(7th AF) 13 B-24s from Guam bomb Susaki Airfield.

March 24, 1945
(7th AF) 16 P-51s hit air, naval, and radar installations and targets of opportunity on Chichi Jima.

March 25, 1945
(7th AF) 16 P-51s bomb and strafe naval and radar installations on Chichi Jima; 16 more follow with attacks on a radar station and personnel concentration on the island.

March 26, 1945
(7th AF) 21 P-51s bomb and strafe Susaki Airfield.

March 28, 1945
(7th AF) 5 hit Susaki Airfield during the night of 28/29 Mar. 15 P-51s hit the airfield and defenses on Chichi Jima

March 30, 1945
(7th AF) During the night 5 B-24 individually strike Chichi Jima airfield

March 31, 1945
(7th AF) During the night of 31 Mar/1 Apr, 5 B-24s from Guam, flying individual harassment strikes, hit Susaki Airfield

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