July 28, 1942
An air coverage survey for Army ground operations to Adak and Tanaga is flown.
July 30, 1942
(11th AF) One LB-30, nine B-17s and three B-24s fly photo reconnaissance and bombing missions to Tanaga.
August 3, 1942
(11th AF) 3 B-17s, 2 B-24s and 1 LB-30 fly a bombing and photo reconnaissance mission to Tanaga.
August 14, 1942
(11th AF) A B-24 trying to fly photo reconnaissance over Tanaga.
August 18, 1942
(11th AF) A B-24 takes oblique photos of Tanaga.
August 19, 1942
(11th AF) Mechanical failure prevents a B-24 from flying reconnaissance over Tanaga.
August 30, 1942
(11th AF) Five B-24s photograph Kiska but do not bomb due to overcast, and then fly patrol and photo reconnaissance over Tanaga.
August 31, 1942
(11th AF) Two B-24s fly weather reconnaissance and patrol missions over Tanaga, one returns due to bad weather.
September 6, 1942
(11th AF) A B-24 flying patrol and armed reconnaissance over Tanaga, sinks a mine layer and strafes a tender as well as nearby tents and buildings.
September 7, 1942
(11th AF) Three B-24s patrol and bomb Kiska Harbor and camp area and also patrol Tanaga; they are attacked by three sea fighters of which at least one is downed.
September 9, 1942
(11th AF) One B-26 patrols Tanaga.
September 10, 1942
(11th AF) Weather, photo reconnaissance, and patrol missions are flown during the morning over Nazan Bay, Tanaga.
September 11, 1942
(11th AF) A weather, photo, and patrol aircraft draws AA fire over Chichagof Harbor on Attu and also covers Tanaga.
September 12, 1942
(11th AF) A weather and patrol reconnaissance aircraft finds overcast at Kiska but takes photos over Tanaga.
October 28, 1942
(11th AF) A B-17 bombs Attu with unobserved results and flies weather reconnaissance over Tanaga.
October 29, 1942
(11th AF) A special reconnaissance flown with Lieutenant General Simon B. Buckner covers Tanaga.