B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 1 of 3

Caption   B-25 aircraft of 345th Bombardment Group, US 500th Bombardment Squadron attacking Japanese Sub Chaser CH-39 off Three Island Harbor, New Hanover, New Ireland, 16 Feb 1944, 1 of 3 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army Air Forces
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 9 Jan 2011

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WW2-Era Place Name New Hanover, Bismarck Islands, Australian New Guinea
Lat/Long -2.4000, 150.1000

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