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American missions against Heho and Heho Airfield
April 8, 1943–January 29, 1945

April 8, 1943
(10th AF) Six B-24's attack the airfield at Heho Airfield.

February 5, 1944
(10th AF) Eight B-24s bomb at Heho Airfield. Nine B-25s follow with strikes on Heho Airfield.

February 13, 1944
(10th AF) Sixteen B-24s bomb Heho Airfield.

April 15, 1944
(10th AF) Twelve P-38s hit Heho Airfield, destroying several parked airplanes.

April 17, 1944
(10th AF) Nine P-38s destroy several airplanes at Heho Airfield.

April 25, 1944
(10th AF) Twenty-one P-38s hit Heho Airfield, destroying several aircraft in the air and on the ground.

April 29, 1944
(10th AF) Twenty-one P-38s hit Heho Airfield area and claim 8 aircraft downed in combat

May 11, 1944
(10th AF) P-51s attack Heho Airfield, shooting down 13 aircraft in the area

May 12, 1944
(10th AF) P-51s hit Heho Airfield, claiming 8 Japanese aircraft downed.

May 14, 1944
(10th AF) Heho Airfield is hit by 20+ P-51s and P-38s.

December 22, 1944
(10th AF) P-51s and P-40s on armed reconnaissance strafe Heho Airfield.

December 23, 1944
(10th AF) 12 P-51s and P-38s damage two hangars at Heho Airfield.

December 31, 1944
(10th AF) P-47s strafe Heho Airfield.

Jaunary 21, 1945
(10th AF) Ten B-25s bomb Heho Airfield.

January 25, 1945
(10th AF) Twelve B-25s pound the Heho Airfield.

January 29, 1945
(10th AF) P-38s and P-47s attack Aungban Airfield and Heho Airfield.

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