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    Gusap (Susua, Goosap) Morobe Province Papua New Guinea (PNG)

Lat 5° 58' 60S Long 146° 4' 60E  Gusap is located in the Ramu Valley at the base of the Finisterre Range. Also known as "Susua" or "Goosap".

Wartime History
On September 29, 1943 the Australian Army troops occupied the Gusap area.

Gusap Airfield
Built by US Army engineers, developed into major base for fighters and light bombers.

P-40N Warhawk Serial Number ?
Pilot Linder force landed December 10, 1943 roughly eight miles from Gusap

A-20G Havoc Serial Number 43-21299
Pilot Russel, crashed June 10, 1944 five miles from Gusap Airfield

A-20G Havoc Serial Number 43-9475
Pilot Boydstun crashed June 10, 1944 near Gusap Airfield

A-20G Havoc Serial Number 43-21628
Pilot Cave crashed April 1, 1945 seven miles west of Gusap

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Last Updated
May 22, 2017



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