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Hollandia Airfield, Dutch New Guinea, mid-1944Major Walker of USAAF 3rd Bomb Group briefing pilots before a mission, Hollandia, Dutch New Guinea, mid-1944USAAF personnel resting near Hollandia Airfield, Dutch New Guinea, mid-1944USAAF 3rd Bomb Group photographers Jack Heyn and George Tackaberry, Hollandia Airfield, Dutch New Guinea, Jul 1944
Hollandia Airfield, Dutch New Guinea, mid-1944Major Walker of USAAF 3rd Bomb Group briefing pilots before a mission, Hollandia, Dutch New Guinea, mid-1944USAAF personnel resting near Hollandia Airfield, Dutch New Guinea, mid-1944USAAF 3rd Bomb Group photographers Jack Heyn and George Tackaberry, Hollandia Airfield, Dutch New Guinea, Jul 1944
USAAF photographer Jack Heyn posing before an A-20 aircraft, Hollandia, 1944United States Army paratroopers landing on the Kamiri airstrip on Noemfoor Island off New Guinea, 3 Jul 1944. Note B-17 fortress patrolling high overhead.Boela oil field under US A-20 aircraft attack, Ceram Island, Dutch East Indies, 14 Jul 1944Douglas A-20G Havoc 43-9432 “Bevo” of the 387th Bomb Squadron, 312th Bomb Group takes an anti-aircraft hit during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. Photo 1 of 4.
USAAF photographer Jack Heyn posing before an A-20 aircraft, Hollandia, 1944United States Army paratroopers landing on the Kamiri airstrip on Noemfoor Island off New Guinea, 3 Jul 1944. Note B-17 fortress patrolling high overhead.Boela oil field under US A-20 aircraft attack, Ceram Island, Dutch East Indies, 14 Jul 1944Douglas A-20G Havoc 43-9432 “Bevo” of the 387th Bomb Squadron, 312th Bomb Group takes an anti-aircraft hit during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. Photo 1 of 4.
Douglas A-20G Havoc of the 387th Bomb Squadron crashing into the water after being shot down by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. All crewmembers were killed. Photo 3 of 4.Douglas A-20G Havoc of the 387th Bomb Squadron trailing smoke and losing altitude after being damaged by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. Photo 2 of 4.Douglas A-20G Havoc “Bevo” of the 387th Bomb Squadron disintegrates in the water after being shot down by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. Both crewmembers were killed. Photo 4 of 4.A-20G Havoc of the 312th Bomb Group, the “Roarin’ 20s,” supporting the landings at Cape Sansapor, New Guinea, Jul-Aug 1944. The smoke rising from the water is a downed aircraft with a rescue PBY circling.
Douglas A-20G Havoc of the 387th Bomb Squadron crashing into the water after being shot down by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. All crewmembers were killed. Photo 3 of 4.Douglas A-20G Havoc of the 387th Bomb Squadron trailing smoke and losing altitude after being damaged by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. Photo 2 of 4.Douglas A-20G Havoc “Bevo” of the 387th Bomb Squadron disintegrates in the water after being shot down by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Kokas, western New Guinea, 22 Jul 1944. Both crewmembers were killed. Photo 4 of 4.A-20G Havoc of the 312th Bomb Group, the “Roarin’ 20s,” supporting the landings at Cape Sansapor, New Guinea, Jul-Aug 1944. The smoke rising from the water is a downed aircraft with a rescue PBY circling.
A-20G Havoc “Eloise” of the 387th Bombardment Squadron at Hollandia, Dutch New Guinea, Jul-Sep 1944.United States Army A-20 Havoc on a bombing raid against the oil storage facilities at Boela (now Bula) on Serem Island west of New Guinea in the Dutch East Indies, fall 1944.B-24M Liberator “Top o’ the Mark” and other bombers of the 23rd Bomb Squadron over Allied invasion fleet at Balikpapan, Borneo, July 2 1945.Private Aubrey Carl Kotz and Private W. Spence of 7 Platoon, A Company, Australian 2/10 Battalion during Battle of Balikpapan, Borneo, 3 Jul 1945; note PIAT
A-20G Havoc “Eloise” of the 387th Bombardment Squadron at Hollandia, Dutch New Guinea, Jul-Sep 1944.United States Army A-20 Havoc on a bombing raid against the oil storage facilities at Boela (now Bula) on Serem Island west of New Guinea in the Dutch East Indies, fall 1944.B-24M Liberator “Top o’ the Mark” and other bombers of the 23rd Bomb Squadron over Allied invasion fleet at Balikpapan, Borneo, July 2 1945.Private Aubrey Carl Kotz and Private W. Spence of 7 Platoon, A Company, Australian 2/10 Battalion during Battle of Balikpapan, Borneo, 3 Jul 1945; note PIAT
Australian soldiers posing with a captured Japanese Type 92 tankette and wrecked No. 42 Squadron RAAF Catalina aircraft, Balikpapan, Borneo, 1945PT-377, an 80-foot Elco boat with MTB Squadron 27, transporting Vice Admiral Michiaki Kamada (not pictured) and staff to the signing of the Japanese surrender of Borneo aboard HMAS Burdekon in Makassar Strait, 8 Sep 1945PT-377, an 80-foot Elco boat with MTB Squadron 27, transporting Vice Admiral Michiaki Kamada (seated) and staff to the signing of the Japanese surrender of Borneo aboard HMAS Burdekon in Makassar Strait, 8 Sep 1945Vice Admiral Michiaki Kamada (far left) surrendering Japanese Naval forces on Borneo to Australian Major General Edward Milford aboard HMAS Burdekon in Makassar Strait, 8 Sep 1945.
Australian soldiers posing with a captured Japanese Type 92 tankette and wrecked No. 42 Squadron RAAF Catalina aircraft, Balikpapan, Borneo, 1945PT-377, an 80-foot Elco boat with MTB Squadron 27, transporting Vice Admiral Michiaki Kamada (not pictured) and staff to the signing of the Japanese surrender of Borneo aboard HMAS Burdekon in Makassar Strait, 8 Sep 1945PT-377, an 80-foot Elco boat with MTB Squadron 27, transporting Vice Admiral Michiaki Kamada (seated) and staff to the signing of the Japanese surrender of Borneo aboard HMAS Burdekon in Makassar Strait, 8 Sep 1945Vice Admiral Michiaki Kamada (far left) surrendering Japanese Naval forces on Borneo to Australian Major General Edward Milford aboard HMAS Burdekon in Makassar Strait, 8 Sep 1945.

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