7 Jun 1942

Alaska
14 Jun 1942

Alaska
  • USS S-35 approached Kiska, US Territory of Alaska in the Aleutian Islands. ww2dbase [S-35 | Kiska | CPC]
17 Jun 1942

Alaska
  • USS S-28 sighted Kiska, US Territory of Alaska ww2dbase [S-28 | Kiska | CPC]
5 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • USS Growler attacked Japanese destroyers in Kiska Harbor, Kiska, Aleutian Islands, damaging Kasumi (10 were killed), damaging Shiranui (3 were killed), and sinking Arare (104 were killed, 42 survived). ww2dbase [Growler | Kiska Harbor, Kiska | CPC]
11 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • USS Finback conducted a reconnaissance mission in Vega Bay, Kiska, US Territory of Alaska. ww2dbase [Finback | Kiska | CPC]
15 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • USS Grunion attacked the Japanese anchorage at Kiska, Aleutian Islands, sinking submarine chaser Ch-25 (all 68 aboard were killed), sinking submarine chaser Ch-27 (all 68 aboard were killed), and damaging submarine chaser Ch-26. ww2dbase [Grunion | Kiska | CPC]
17 Jul 1942

Photo(s) dated 17 Jul 1942
Aerial photograph of North Head Kiska Harbor, Kiska Island, Alaska during a bombing mission, 17 Jul 1942. Note the notations made by the photo analysts.
22 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • 8 B-24 Liberator and 2 B-17 Flying Fortress bombers of US 11th Air Force were launched to attack Japanese positions on Kiska, Aleutian Islands. Only 8 reached Kiska, and due to fog only 7 bombs were dropped. 1 B-24 bomber became missing on the return flight. ww2dbase [Kiska | CPC]
7 Aug 1942

Alaska
  • American cruisers bombarded Japanese-positions at Kiska, US Territory of Alaska. ww2dbase [Kiska | CPC]
  • USS S-31 bombarded Kiska, US Territory of Alaska. ww2dbase [S-31 | Kiska | CPC]
  • USS S-35 reported weather conditions near Kiska, US Territory of Alaska in the Aleutian Islands. ww2dbase [S-35 | Kiska | CPC]
14 Sep 1942

Alaska
  • US fighters (including 14 P-39D and P-39F fighters of 54th Fighter Group) and bombers from the newly-completed airfield at Adak, Aleutian Islands attacked Japanese positions on Kiska, damaging Japanese submarines RO-63 and RO-64, sinking an ammunition ship, and downing two floatplanes. ww2dbase [Kiska | CPC]
15 Sep 1942

Alaska
  • US bombers from the newly-completed airfield at Adak, Aleutian Islands attacked Japanese positions on Kiska. ww2dbase [Kiska | CPC]
16 Sep 1942

Alaska
  • US bombers from the newly-completed airfield at Adak, Aleutian Islands attacked Japanese positions on Kiska, damaging Japanese transport Nojima Maru at 0437 hours. ww2dbase [Kiska | CPC]
15 Dec 1942

Alaska
  • USS S-35 reached the waters near Attu and Kiska in the Aleutian Islands. ww2dbase [S-35 | Kiska | CPC]
17 Dec 1942

Alaska
  • USS S-35 set sail for Adak, US Territory of Alaska. ww2dbase [S-35 | Kiska | CPC]
18 Mar 1943

Alaska
  • I-168 departed Kiska, Aleutian Islands and patrolled an area south of Amchitka. ww2dbase [I-68 / I-168 | Kiska | CPC]
14 Jul 1943

Alaska
  • Destroyer USS Monaghan bombarded Japanese positions at Gertrude Cove, Kiska, US Territory of Alaska unopposed, firing 100 127mm rounds. ww2dbase [Monaghan | Kiska | CPC]
20 Jul 1943

Alaska
  • US destroyers USS Aylwin and USS Monaghan bombarded Kiska, Aleutian Islands. ww2dbase [Monaghan | Kiska | CPC]
21 Jul 1943

Alaska
7 Sep 1943

Photo(s) dated 7 Sep 1943
Three Japanese Type A-class midget submarines wrecked by demolition charges, at a former Japanese base on Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, 7 Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2Three Japanese Type A-class midget submarines wrecked by demolition charges, at a former Japanese base on Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, 7 Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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