Nubuo Fujita posing with his E14Y aircraft, 1941-1943

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1. Bill says:
22 Jun 2012 10:12:56 AM

Chief Warrant Officer Nubuo Fujita flew his E14Y and bombed the US Mainland in Sept 1942
dropped incendiaries on the Oregon forest, but started no fire, or injuries.
After the war Fujita returned to Bookings, Oregon and was the Grand Marshal for the annual festival in 1962.
To read more about the E14Y (Glen) click to the A6M Zero, to photo of B24 bombing Holtz Bay, Attu Is., Aleutian Islands. Here at ww2db

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