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American missions against Amoy (Xiamen) and Amoy Airfield (Xiamen Airport)
October 7, 1943 - May 5, 1945

October 7, 1943
(14th AF) Four B-25's attack a 2,500-ton freighter 100 miles (160 km) south of Amoy, scoring 3 direct hits.

October 9, 1943
(14th AF) Four B-25's on a shipping sweep off the SE China coast in the Amoy-Quemoy area sink a 150-ft (45.7 m) tanker and damage a patrol vessel, and a freighter.

October 13, 1943
(14th AF) Three B-25's on a sea sweep off SE China hit shipping in Amoy Harbor, claiming 1 freighter sunk and another damaged.

October 14, 1943
(14th AF) Four B-25's attack shipping in the Amoy area, damaging 2 freighters, and also bomb Amoy Airfield.

November 4, 1943
(14th AF) Two B-25's bomb Amoy Harbor, claiming several boats sunk.

November 7, 1943
(14th AF) Two B-25's bomb Amoy Harbor, claiming several boats sunk.

November 24, 1943
(14th AF) Two other B-25's attack the Amoy and Amoy Harbor; 2 direct hits are scored on a docked freighter.

November 27, 1943
(14th AF) Four B-25's on sea sweeps attack docks and warehouses at the port of Swatow and hit a convoy of 9 vessels heading south toward Amoy. The B-25's claim one destroyer sunk and a destroyer and freighter damaged by direct hits.

November 29, 1943
(14th AF) Two B-25's hit Amoy airfield and Amoy. Two bomb the power station and nearby targets of opportunity at Amoy, and two attack barges in nearby coastal areas.

October 15, 1944
(14th AF) Two B-24s bomb Amoy.

October 21, 1944
(14th AF) Three B-25s and 130+ P-40s and P-51s attack shipping, gun positions, troop areas, bridges, town areas, road traffic, and other targets of opportunity around Yuma, Takhing, Dosing, Konghow, Shawan, Kuanyang, Kweiping, Tungpingchi, Tingka, Muse, Wan Lai-Kam, Shekpo, Menghsu, and Amoy.

October 24, 1944
(14th AF) P-40s, P-51s, and P-38s on armed reconnaissance hit targets of opportunity around Amoy.

October 31, 1944
(14th AF) Six P-51s hit shipping targets of opportunity at Swatow and Amoy

November 3, 1944
(14th AF) P-40s, P-51s, and P-38s on armed reconnaissance destroy two Japanese fighters near Amoy.

December 4, 1944
(14th AF) Fighter-bombers on armed reconnaissance pound numerous targets of opportunity including Amoy.

May 1, 1944
(14th AF) Two B-25s over Amoy claim a small freighter sunk

August 8, 1944
(14th AF) P-40s bomb storage areas at Amoy.

August 26, 1944
(14th AF) Three B-24s bomb a storage area at Amoy

September 23, 1944
(14th AF) Two B-24s bomb docks at Amoy

January 15, 1945
(14th AF) B-25s, supported by P-51s and P-40s, attack shipping near Amoy

March 29, 1945
(14th AF) Fighter-bombers hit targets of opportunity including Amoy Airfield.

May 5, 1945
(FEAF) In the first FEAF strike on the Amoy area, B-24s bomb an airfield and oil storage plant.

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