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A-20 40-166

Aircraft Model:Douglas A-20A Havoc
Manufacturer:Douglas Aircraft Company
Identities:40-166
Name / Nose Art:LITTLE HELLION
STEAK & EGGS
Units:89th Bombardment Squadron, 3rd Bombardment Group, USAAF

Timeline

1 November 1942Damaged by anti-aircraft fire during a mission to Lae, the aircraft was subsequently force landed at Port Moresby.

Photos

A-20A 40-166 'Little Hellion' of the 89th BS, 3rd BG, after force landing at Port Moresby

References

Baugher, J. 2018 1940 USAAC Serial Numbers. Joe Baugher's Home Page. Retrieved 1 April 2018 from <http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1940.html>.

Dunn, P. 2015 Crash landing of an A-20 Havoc on a beach on Low Wooded Island near Cooktown on 11 June 1944. Australia @ War. Retrieved 1 April 2018 from <http://www.ozatwar.com/ozcrashes/qld231.htm>.

Pacific Wrecks 2018 A-20A "Little Hellion / The Steak & Eggs" Serial Number 40-166. Retrieved 1 April 2018 from <https://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/a-20/40-166.html>.

Record updated on 1 April 2018.


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