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, 3 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, 3 of 3 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army Air Forces
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Photos on Same Day 16 Feb 1944
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 9 Jan 2011

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Anonymous says:
21 Mar 2022 09:20:06 AM

Sir - I enjoy detailed images such as these series (trying to work-out the sequence of events). Unfortunately I cannot see the No2 in the series of 3 and it would seem that either 1 or 3 is printed backwards...
Thanks for such an amazing collection made available to the general public.
2. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
21 Mar 2022 03:51:18 PM

Anonymous (above):
The issue with Photo 2 of 3 not showing up in the series has been corrected. In examining Photos 1 and 3, it did look as though one was reversed, as you said. Our best assessment was that Photo 1 was displayed in reverse and that has now been corrected as well. Thank you for your sharp eyes in noticing this and for bringing both matters to our attention.
3. Anonymous says:
28 Mar 2022 06:09:41 AM

Sir - thanks for correcting the No2 image access - unfortunately it looks like no image-reversal of No1 has been done.
I guess you determined that No3 was correct due to distant terrain - but it wouldn't really matter to me - all I see is that we still miss-out on the run-in to that "gotcha!" moment.......

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