The fall of the American bomber Douglas A-20G-25 “Havoc” into the water

Douglas A-20G-25 Havoc



The fall of the American Douglas A-20G-25 Havoc two-engine bomber No. 43-9432 from the 387th bomber squadron of the 312th bomber group, shot down by Japanese anti-aircraft artillery near the coast of New Guinea, near the island of Karas.
The crew of Douglas A-20G-25 (1stLt pilot James L. Knarr and S/Sgt Charles G. Reichley) died.

 

 

Location: New Guinea
Date: July 22, 1944

In : 1944

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