Vd9 t/2 £iV t l/l IMuS P l/t t t l Latin SIXPENCE fLdifecJ b y Sir John H a mme rfo n JULY 20,1943 R.A.F. MOSQUITOES IN BURMA contributed in large measure to the 14th Arm y’s reconquest of that country. Maintananca of aircraft was conducted often in conditions of extreme difficulty, and of necessity in great haste :this one is being worked upon in t'li Arakan—coastal sector turning-point in the Burma campaign. Activities of Mosquitoes of Eastern Air Command during 18-msnth’ operations included harrying Japanese forces and supplies, and photographic reconnaissance. Photo, U ntish Official.
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