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November 14, 1944
Today in World War II Pacific History
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CHINA THEATER (Fourteenth Air Force): In E Burma and in the China-Burma boundary areas 8 B-25s bomb Wanling and Hsenwi, Burma; 15 P-38s and P-40s on armed reconnaissance hit targets of opportunity around Wanling, Burma and Mangshih, China.

INDIA-BURMA THEATER (Tenth Air Force): In Burma, twelve B-25s bomb a supply area near Lashio; 56 fighter-bombers hit supply areas, enemy concentrations, town areas, and general targets of opportunity at Tingka, China and Kutkai, Sandaya, Palaung, Kawlin, and in the Shwebo-Kyaukmyaung area. 12 support ground forces in the Pinwe area, 4 bomb Sindaw River bridges and 30+ others maintain patrols south of Myitkyina. 300+ transport sorties are flown to forward areas.

AAFPOA (Seventh Air Force): 22 B-24s from Saipan and Guam bomb Woleai, hitting an airfield and adjacent installations and firing an oil dump. Four P-47s from Saipan hit Pagan Airfield on Pagan. During the night of 14/15 Nov a B-24 from Saipan on a snooper mission attacks shipping southwest of the Bonins.

SOUTHWEST PACIFIC AREA [SWPA, Far East Air Force (FEAF)]: B-25s pound Pegun Island, New Guinea in preparation for allied amphibious landings early the following morning. B-24s strike Langoan Airfield. In the Philippine Islands, B-24s, with P-38 and P-47 cover, bomb Bacolod Airfield on Negros while fighter-bombers hit trucks and buildings in the Valencia area and near Linao on Leyte and hit shipping south of Ormoc; B-25s and fighter-bombers pound Lahug Airfield and Opon Airfield; the 310th Bombardment Wing (Medium) moves from Morotai to Leyte; the ground echelon of the 418th Night Fighter Squadron, 13 AF, moves from Morotai to Dulag (the air echelon remains on Morotai with P-61s). The 370th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy), 307th Bombardment Group (Heavy), moves form Wakde to Morotai with B-24s.

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