22 Apr 1945

Taiwan
  • A US Navy PB4Y-1 aircraft attacked small boats in Suo (now Suao) harbor in eastern Taiwan, destroying several small boats. ww2dbase [Suo, Taihoku | CPC]
Photo(s) dated 22 Apr 1945
Suo (now Suao) harbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy squadron VPB-104, eastern Taiwan, 22 Apr 1945, photo 1 of 4Suo (now Suao) harbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy squadron VPB-104, eastern Taiwan, 22 Apr 1945, photo 2 of 4Suo (now Suao) harbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy squadron VPB-104, eastern Taiwan, 22 Apr 1945, photo 3 of 4Suo (now Suao) harbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy squadron VPB-104, eastern Taiwan, 22 Apr 1945, photo 4 of 4
24 Jun 1945

Taiwan
  • A PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy VPB-104 squadron took off from Clark Field in the Philippines at 0536 hours to conduct a reconnaissance missiong over eastern Taiwan. At about 0900 hours, after scouting Suo harbor, Taihoku Prefecture (now Su'au Township, Yilan County), the aircraft attacked targets of opportunity, three civilian motored sailboats, by dropping four 500-poung bombs from an altitude of 10,300 feet. ww2dbase [Suo, Taihoku | CPC]
Photo(s) dated 24 Jun 1945
Harbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy VPB-104 squadron, Suo, Taihoku Prefecture (now SuHarbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy VPB-104 squadron, Suo, Taihoku Prefecture (now SuHarbor under attack by a PB4Y-1 aircraft of US Navy VPB-104 squadron, Suo, Taihoku Prefecture (now Su

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