Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 20 Dec 1943Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 1944Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft from USS WaspAerial view of Heito Airfield, Taiwan from a B-29 bomber, 16 Oct 1944
Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 20 Dec 1943Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 1944Reconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft from USS WaspAerial view of Heito Airfield, Taiwan from a B-29 bomber, 16 Oct 1944
Bombs being dropped over Heito Airfield, Taiwan, 16 Oct 1944Aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga attacking the railroad south of Heito Airfield, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945Heito Airfield under attack by aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945, photo 1 of 3Heito Airfield under attack by aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945, photo 2 of 3
Bombs being dropped over Heito Airfield, Taiwan, 16 Oct 1944Aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga attacking the railroad south of Heito Airfield, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945Heito Airfield under attack by aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945, photo 1 of 3Heito Airfield under attack by aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945, photo 2 of 3
Heito Airfield under attack by aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945, photo 3 of 3
Heito Airfield under attack by aircraft of squadron VB-80 from USS Ticonderoga, southern Taiwan, 9 Jan 1945, photo 3 of 3
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