Japanese cargo ships under attack, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943

Caption   Japanese cargo ships under attack, Rabaul, New Britain, 2 Nov 1943 ww2dbase
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Added Date 30 Mar 2014

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1. Larry Cummings says:
28 Aug 2015 01:52:12 PM

My oldest brother was a turret gunner on an Avenger TB and was involved in the battle for Rabaul, he received the silver star for his actions. On return to the States he was killed in a training mission. I was only four years old at the time, all of my siblings are gone now and I would appreciate any information on his service. He flew off of the carrier Bunker Hill.

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WW2-Era Place Name Rabaul, New Britain, Australian New Guinea
Lat/Long -4.2203, 152.1668

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