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Four Corners was the nickname for a four way road intersection at the western edge of Rabaul, south of Vunakanau Airfield. Also known as "Four Ways". Prewar and during World War II located in the Territory of New Guinea. Today located in East New Britain Province in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
During the Japanese occupation, the Japanese 8th Army headquarters was located near this location.
FG-1A Corsair Bureau Number 14039
Pilot Vaughn MIA October 19, 1944 two miles north of Four Corners
FG-1A Corsair Bureau Number 14026
Pilot Peru MIA November 12, 1944 two miles north of Four Corners
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