High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Nobuo Fujita ( )
(1911-30 September 1997) was a Warrant Flying Officer of the
Imperial Japanese Navy who flew a floatplane from the long-range
submarine aircraft carrier I-25, and conducted the only wartime
aircraft-dropped bombing on the continental United States of
America, which became known as the Lookout Air Raid. Using
incendiary bombs, his mission was to start massive forest fires in
the Pacific Northwest near the city of Brookings, Oregon with the
objective of drawing the U.S. military's resources away from the
Pacific Theater. The strategy was also used in the Japanese fire
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