American A-20 “Havoc” bomber after dropping bombs over a Japanese airfield in New Guinea

A-20 Havoc


American bomber Douglas A-20 Havoc after dropping bombs over a Japanese airfield in New Guinea.
Most of the Japanese aircraft on the airfield are the twin-engined Japanese army bombers Ki-48 (Type 99), which had the codenamed “Lily” from the Allies.

 

Source of photo information:
1. ww2db.com

 

 

Location: New Guinea
Date: 1942

In : 1942

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