french Gilmot (+1944)
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cause lost air raid
date lost 26/02/1944  [dd/mm/yyyy]
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[1] Cressman R. J., Official Chronology of the U.S. Navy in WWII
[2]  history.navy.mil
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Lettens Jan01/11/2009On February 26th 1944, USAAF B-25s (14th Air Force) attack shipping in port of Tourane, French Indochina. The air force sinks the Vichy French surveying vessel Astrolabe and dredging ship Gilmot, 16°04´N, 108°13´E.
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