Aleutian Campaign

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Apuzzo, J. (2015). The time a UFO invades Los Angeles: UFO diary creates the great LA air raid of 1942. Huffington Post. Retrieved from

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Fu-Go bombing

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Lookout Raid & Ft. Stevens Attack

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