PBY-5A Catalina patrol plane flying past Segula Island (just east of Kiska), Aleutians, Summer 1942.

Caption   PBY-5A Catalina patrol plane flying past Segula Island (just east of Kiska), Aleutians, Summer 1942. ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 29 Dec 2012

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WW2-Era Place Name Segula, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Lat/Long 51.9861, 178.0840


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