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American missions against Segula Island
September 14, 1942 - August 4, 1943

September 14, 1942
(11th AF) A single aircraft also strafes Segula.

October 18, 1942
(11th AF) Weather aircraft fly reconnaissance missions over Segula and other islands.

October 27, 1942
(11th AF) A weather aircraft fly reconnaissance missions over Segula and other islands.

November 9, 1942
(11th AF) One B-17 flies weather reconnaissance over Segula and other islands.

November 10, 1942
(11th AF) Reconnaissance is flown over Segula.

December 31, 1942
(11th AF) A B-25 searching for the Navy PBY missing since yesterday also flies reconnaissance over Segula and other islands.

January 2, 1943
(11th AF) An OA-10 unsuccessfully searches the east of Segula for a missing OA-10.

January 4, 1943
(11th AF) Six B-24s, three B-25s, three B-26s and ten P-40s en route to Kiska, are forced back near Segula by snow squalls and low ceiling.

April 10, 1943
(11th AF) A weather reconnaissance B-24 observes four unidentified aircraft near Segula. Aircraft sent to intercept are unable to locate them.

June 27, 1943
(11th AF) Two P-40's fly reconnaissance over Segula but overcast prevents observations.

July 2, 1943
(11th AF) Three bombers and four P-38's fly four reconnaissance missions over Segula.

July 3, 1943
(11th AF) Six B-24's bomb Main Camp on Kiska and take photos of Segula.

July 6, 1943
(11th AF) Two B-24's and two P-40's take photos of Segula.

July 11, 1943
(11th AF) Six B-25's and six B-24's fly over Segula.

July 15, 1943
(11th AF) One B-24 and two P-39's fly reconnaissance over Kiska and Segula

August 4, 1943
(11th AF) Segula is strafed.

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