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Japanese missions against Cabanatuan and Maniquis Airfield
December 8, 1941

January 8, 1945
(IJN) Japanese aircraft bomb
Cabanatuan Airfield (Maniquis) At the time, three Martin B-10 bombers of the Philippine Army Air Corps were based at Maniquis. One of the B-10s was involved in an accident. The remaining two had mechanical problems and were unable to take off against the Japanese. Abandoned by the Philippine Army Air Corps (PAAC) during December 1941 after the Japanese landings on Luzon.

American missions against Cabanatuan and Maniquis Airfield
January 8 - April 27, 1945

January 8, 1945
(FEAF) A-20s pound railroad yards and motor convoys at Cabanatuan

Click For EnlargementJanuary 14, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s hit troop concentrations at Cabanatuan

January 28, 1945
(FEAF) P-61 flys over the Cabanatuan POW camp to distract Japanese troops

April 27, 1945
(FEAF) B-25s attack Japanese installations at Cabanatuan

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