PV-1 Ventura in service as a night fighter with Marine Night Fighting Squadron VMF(N)-531 at Banika, Russell Islands in the Solomons, mid-Sep 1943.

Caption   PV-1 Ventura in service as a night fighter with Marine Night Fighting Squadron VMF(N)-531 at Banika, Russell Islands in the Solomons, mid-Sep 1943. ww2db
Source   ww2db United States Marine Corps
Identification Code   William Henson
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Added By David Stubblebine

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WW2-Era Place Name Banika, Solomons, British Western Pacific Territories
Lat/Long -9.0936, 159.2195

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