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American missions against Sattelberg (Satelberg)
October 9 - November 22, 1943

October 9, 1943
(5th AF, RAAF) A-20's and Royal Australian Air Force bomb and strafe defensive positions in the Sattelberg

October 10, 1943
(RAAF, 5th AF) A-20's, along with RAAF aircraft pound the Sattelberg area.

October 17, 1943
(5th AF) 18 A-20's and B-25's bomb and strafe Sattelberg

October 19, 1943
(RAAF, 5th AF) A-20's and RAAF aircraft hit Sattelberg and surrounding areas

October 21, 1943
(5th AF) 50+ B-24's bomb positions at Sattelberg. 19 B-25's follow with a low-level strike.

October 27, 1943
(5th AF) P-40's and P-39's intercept an escorted Japanese bomber force dropping supplies over the Sattelberg area

November 17, 1943
(RAAF, 5th AF) 58 B-24's are dispatched to support an attack by the Australian 9 Division on Sattelberg, but because of bad weather only 3 B-24's [along with 12 RAAF aircraft] get through to the target

November 18, 1943
(5th AF) 30+ B-25's and B-26's hit enemy positions in the Sattelberg area

November 19, 1943
(5th AF) Nearly 30 B-25's and B 26's bomb positions in the Sattelberg area

November 20, 1943
(5th AF) 50 B-25's and B-26's pound Japanese positions in the Sattelberg area

November 22, 1943
(5th AF) 22 B-25's and A-20's attack villages around Sattelberg.

Japanese missions against Sattelberg (Satelberg)
October 27 - November 14, 1943

October 27, 1943
(JAAF) Japanese bombers attempt to drop supplies over the Sattelberg area are intercepted by P-40's and P-39's.

November 14, 1943
(JAAF) Ki-49 Helens of the 7th Sentai bomb Australian positions, without loss.

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