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Physical Damage Aerial Coverage Cities Of Japan (1946)

National Archives Identifier: 64488 Omuta: 19' Flight line flown on a heading of 207 degrees magnetic. 21' Same as above. 17' Same as above. 16' Flight line flown on a heading of 270 degrees magnetic. Sasebo: 47' Flight line flown on a heading of 340 degrees magnetic. Two passes on Naval Air Station starting on the E side and showing also a portion of the burned-out urban area. Gas dump on fire on a small island of Sasebo Harbor. 13' Flight line flown on a heading of 340 degrees magnetic, over Naval Air Station. 40' Flight line flown on a heading of 332 degrees magnetic showing Sasebo Aircraft Factory. 25' Flight line flown on a heading of 58 degrees magnetic over Sasebo. 12' Same as above. 11' Same as above. 12' Three aircraft carriers beached in a small cove S of Sasebo Harbor. Omura: 13' Flight line flown on a heading of m magnetic. Nine passes made over factory area and airfield starting along the water. 20' Same as above. 17' Same as above. 17' Same as above. 13' Same as above. 11' Same as above. 21' Passes over Factory area and Airfield starting at edge of water. 27' Same as above. More inland.
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