Operation Inco I

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Operation Inco I was the name given to an operation in World War Two by the Netherlands East Indies Forces Intelligence Service on the island of Java. On 7 July 1945 the Dutch submarine K XV lands personnel and supplies of the shore party 'Inco I' at six different places on the coast of the Damar islands.[1]

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  1. ^ "Boat KXV". Dutch Submarines.