February 5, 1944
(11th AF) In the Kurile Islands, six B-24s and sixteen P-38s join
USN aircraft to fly air cover in several relays during retirement of US light
cruisers and destroyers following bombardment of installations in the Kurabu
Cape to Musashi Bay areas.
March 25, 1944
(11th AF) Two B-24s bomb Kurabu Cape.
June 17, 1944
(11th AF) Twelve B-25s fly three air missions for a Naval Task Force
on withdrawal, following the shelling of Kurabu Cape installations.
June 24, 1944
(11th AF) Three B-24s at dawn bomb the area north of Kurabu Cape Airfield
June 25, 1944
(11th AF) Two B-24s bomb the airfield at Kurabu Cape
June 26, 1944
(11th AF) Twellve B-25s fly three four-plane air cover missions for
a Naval task force on withdrawal following shelling of Kurabu Cape installations.
July 1, 1944
(11th AF) At dawn in the Kurile Islands, four B-24s radar bomb
Kurabu Cape Airfield through
July 29, 1944
(11th AF) Three B-24s fly bombing and reconnaissance runs over Kurabu Cape installations.
September 14, 1944
(11th AF) During the night of 13/14 Sep three B-24s strike Kurabu
Cape Airfield and shipping offshore.
September 19, 1944
(11th AF) Four B-24s off to strike Kurabu Cape turn back due to weather
and mechanical failures.
September 24, 1944
(11th AF) Eight B-24s striking Kurabu Cape Airfield are challenged by 12 Japanese fighters and 1 of 2 damaged B-24s forcelands in
the USSR; one fighter is downed; and 4 B-25s fly a negative shipping search.
October 5, 1944
(11th AF) At dawn two B-24s bomb Kurabu Cape.
October 13, 1944
(11th AF) Four B-25s bomb Kurabu
October 18, 1944
(11th AF) Four B-25s bomb Kurabu Cape Airfield, 8-12 interceptors attack the B-25s, which claim
October 19, 1944
(11th AF) A single B-24 bombs Kurabu Cape
October 24, 1944
(11th AF) Three B-24s
bomb Kurabu Cape. Two others on a shipping sweep off Kurabu hit a freighter, which is observed
listing and smoking, and strafe 2 subchasers.
November 4, 1944
(11th AF) Six B-24s strike Kurabu.
November 25, 1944
(11th AF) A B-24 radar bombs Kurabu Airfield.
January 10, 1945
(11th AF) Three B-24s on an armed photo mission bomb and photograph Kurabu Airfield scoring hits on the runway.
January 18, 1945
(11th AF) Three B-24s fly an unsuccessful reconnaissance mission to Kurabu Airfield.
February 18, 1945
(11th AF) Seven B-24s fly cover sorties for a naval force during its approach to Kurabu Cape.
February 19, 1945
(11th AF) Six B-24s
bomb Kurabu Cape Airfield.
April 6, 1945
(11th AF) Eight B-24s attack and photograph
Kurabu and Kurabu Airfield.
June 4, 1945
Eight B-25s abort a shipping
strike at Kurabu Cape.
June 9, 1945
(11th AF) In coordination with US Navy surface and air forces
attacking in the Kurile Islands, six B-24s and eight B-25s fly extensive armed weather
reconnaissance and anti-shipping sweeps over Kurabu Cape and Otomari Cape.
June 11, 1945
(11th AF) Eight B-24s on a shipping sweep over the Kurile Islands
do not find targets because of overcast and instead radar-bomb installations
on Kurabu Cape
June 17, 1945
(11th AF) Four B-25s fly a shipping sweep to Kurabu Cape.
June 24, 1945
(11th AF) Two B-24s on a shipping sweep instead radar bomb
July 17, 1945
(11th AF) The 77th Bombardment Squadron (Medium),
28th Bombardment Group (Composite), flies it's last mission of the war when
four B-25s make an unsuccessful shipping sweep between Kurabu Cape and Tomari Cape
July 23, 1945
Two B-24s radar-bomb Kurabu Cape Airfield