19 Feb 1945

Taiwan
  • US B-24 bombers based in the Philippine Islands attacked Koshun Airfield, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]
3 Mar 1945

Taiwan
  • US fighters based in the Philippine Islands strafed Koshun Airfield, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]
6 Mar 1945

Taiwan
  • US fighters based in the Philippine Islands conducted a fighter sweep mission over Koshun Airfield, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]
18 Mar 1945

Taiwan
  • US B-24 aircraft, A-20 aircraft, and fighters based in the Philippine Islands attacked Koshun Airfield, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]
10 Apr 1945

Taiwan
  • US B-24 bombers based in the Philippine Islands attacked the town of Koshun, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun, Takao | CPC]
20 Apr 1945

Taiwan
  • US P-51 fighters based in the Philippine Islands attacked Koshun Airfield, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]
27 May 1945

Taiwan
  • US B-25 bombers and fighters based in the Philippine Islands attacked Koshun Airfield, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]
13 Jun 1945

Taiwan
  • US B-24 bombers based in the Philippine Islands attacked the town of Koshun, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan. Meanwhile, Two B-32 bombers attacked nearby Koshun Airfield. ww2dbase [Koshun Airfield | Koshun, Takao | CPC]

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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