Two mornings later, in conjunction with the Wing’s other bomb groups, Nagoya was visited again for a pre-dawn strike. Thirty-three Sixth Superforts were effective over the urban area with both visual and radar bombing. No personnel casualties were suffered and only one plane was damaged. Fires were rekindled in another section of Japan’s third industrial city. Reconnaissance photographs indicated Nagoya could be crossed off the list of incendiary targets although a few industrial targets within that area might need precision attacks with GP bombs to complete their destruction.
[Pirate’s Log, p. 43]