December 10, 1941
(FEAF) B-17's, P-40's, and P-35's attack a convoy landing troops and equipment at Vigan.
December 12, 1941
(FEAF) No hits are scored by the single B-17 that is sent against Japanese transports at Vigan
December 16, 1941
(FEAF) P-40E Warhawk piloted by 1st Lieutenant Boyd D. Wagner of the 17th Pursuit Squadron (Interceptor), 24th Pursuit Group (Interceptor), leads a dive-bombing raid on Vigan Airfield and claims his fifth aircraft, thereby becoming the first US Army Air Force "ace" in World War II.
January 2, 1945
A-20's bomb Vigan Airfield
January 20, 1945
(FEAF) 3rd BG A-20s attack Vigan
March 8, 1945
A-20's and fighter bombers hit targets of opportunity
in Vigan. 1 transport at Vigan is destroyed