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American missions against Attu Airfield (Japanese)
November 7 - April 17, 1943

November 7, 1942
(11th AF) A B-17 flies reconnaissance over the airfield west of Holtz Bay at 700'.

November 8, 1942
(11th AF) One B-17 and 4 P-38s attack Holtz Bay and Attu Airfield, destroying 8 float Zekes

November 9, 1942
(11th AF) One B-17 and 4 P-38s attack Holtz Bay on Attu and Attu Airfield, destroying 8 float Zekes; 1 B-17 flies weather reconnaissance over Attu and other islands.

March 30, 1943
(11th AF) Four B-24's, 4 P-38's, and 2 F-5A's bomb the runway at Attu.

April 2, 1943
(11th AF) Four B-24's bomb the runway at Attu.

April 5, 1943
(11th AF) 16 B-24's and 6 B-25's bomb the Attu runway

April 17, 1943
(11th AF) Seven B-24's bomb and score 8 direct hits on the runway and gun emplacements at Attu. One B-24 and 2 F-5A's abort due to weather.

March 30, 1943
(11th AF) Four B-24's, 4 P-38's, and 2 F-5A's then bomb the runway at Attu.

April 2, 1943
(11th AF) Four B-24's bomb the runway at Attu

April 5, 1943
(11th AF) 16 B-24's and 6 B-25's bomb the Attu runway

April 17, 1943
(11th AF) Seven B-24's bomb and score 8 direct hits on the runway and gun emplacements at Attu. One B-24 and 2 F-5A's abort due to weather.

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