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American missions against the Kumusi River
October 3, 1942 - January 16, 1943

October 3, 1942
(5th AF) a lone B-17 bombs a camp on the Kumusi River.

October 25, 1942
(5th AF) A-20s bomb and strafe the west bank of the Kumusi River.

November 10, 1942
(5th AF) Australian ground forces push the Japanese from Oivi toward the mouth of the Kumusi River.

December 14, 1942
(5th AF) Medium and light bombers and fighters hit forces along the Kumusi River.

December 16, 1942
(5th AF) A-20s and B-26s hit the mouth of the Kumusi River, and strafe barges on the lagoon shoreline south of the mouth of the Kumusi River.

December 23-24, 1944
(USN) PT-122 claims to sink I-22 off the northern coast of New Guinea near mouth of the Kumusi River near Gona at approximate position, S 08 degrees 32', E 148 degrees 17'.

January 16, 1942
(5th AF) A-20s pound the Soputa-Sanananda trail, the Kurenada area, and the area south of the Kumusi River.

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