1 Jul 1926

United States
12 Feb 1945

United States
  • Two unexploded incendiary bombs from a Japanese Fu-Go balloon bomb were found 7 miles north of Spokane, Washington, United States. It was believed the bombs did not fall from a great height as the paint on the bombs was unmarred. ww2dbase [Spokane, Washington | DS]
21 Feb 1945

United States
  • Two bomb explosions were detected near Spokane, Washington, United States. The bombs were believed to be one 15kg high-explosive bomb and one 5kg incendiary bomb from a Japanese Fu-Go balloon bomb. ww2dbase [Spokane, Washington | DS]
  • Two bomb explosions were detected near Spokane, Washington, United States. The bombs were believed to be one 15kg high-explosive bomb and one 5kg incendiary bomb from a Japanese Fu-Go balloon bomb. ww2dbase [Fu-Go | Spokane, Washington | DS]

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




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