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July 19, 1942
Today in World War II Pacific History
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SUNDAY, 19 JULY 1942

ALASKA (11th AF): Search missions are flown over Attu and Agattu.

USN: Seaplane tender USS Casco (AVP-12) established an advanced seaplane base in Nazan Bay off Atka, to support seaplane operations against Kiska, which included anti-shipping search, bombing of enemy positions, and cover for surface force bombardments.

CHINA-BURMA-INDIA (CBI) (10th AF): CHINA AIR TASK FORCE (CATF): In response to a Chinese request, two B-25s support Chinese ground forces at Linchwan, a Japanese held city undersiege for some time. The Chinese commanding officer later reports that the raid broke the stalemate and the city was liberated the next day.

PACIFIC OCEAN AREA (POA, 7th AF): 26th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy), 11th Bombardment Group (Heavy) departs Wheeler Field bound for the South Pacific with B-17s.

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