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Japanese missions against Clark Field
December 8, 1941–December 12, 1941

December 8, 1941
On December 8, 1941 Japanese fighters and bombers from Taiwan attack Clark Filed and destroyed many U. S. aircraft on the ground. The following day B-17s from Clark Field flew to attack Japanese ships landing troops in Lingayen Gulf. 

December 12, 1941
Japanese aircraft attack Clark Field.
American missions against Clark Field
December 22, 1944–February 14, 1945

December 22, 1944
(FEAF) B-24s, with P-47 support, bomb Clark Field.

December 24, 1944
(FEAF) B-24s bomb Clark Field.

December 26, 1944
(FEAF) B-24s pound Clark Field.

January 1, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s, with P-38 cover, bomb Clark Field.

January 2, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s pound Clark Field.

January 3, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s pound Clark Field and the Mabalacat areas.

January 6, 1945
(FEAF) B-24s bomb Clark Field.

January 7, 1945
(FEAF) B-25s and A-20s, supported by P-38s, hit the network of airstrips from Clark Field to Angeles Airfield.

January 15, 1945
(FEAF) A-20s bomb Clark Field destroying numerous parked aircraft.

February 7, 1945
(FEAF) A-20s, supporting ground operations attack the hills west of Clark Field.

February 14, 1945
(FEAF) B-25s and fighters provide excellent support for ground forces, blasting guns and troops west of Clark Field.

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