Airstrip P.I. A-61206
A general view of Tanuan Airstrip, Leyete, Philippine Islands.
This large concentration of airplanes provided a lucrative target
for the enemy. Combat
Cargo aircraft landings were usually from the left side of this
where there was a Mt. Approx 2,000 ft high.
We had to cut power, use full flaps and put the nose down.
From the Estate of John Hollowell
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