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U.S. 13th Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress bombs Japanese airfield at Munda Point in New Georgia group of Islands.

A film titled 'Air Aspects of the Campaign against Munda' based on USAAF (United States Army Air Force) activities on the New Georgia group of Islands, Solomon Islands during World War II. USAAF P-38 Lightning in flight over the Solomon Islands. An animated map highlights Munda Point in New Georgia, Solomon Islands. A USAAF officer takes a look at aerial reconnaissance photographs. The officer talks over a phone at his desk. An animated map highlights Vila in Kolombangara. The map connects Vila and Munda Point with Henderson Airfield on Guadalcanal. U.S. 13th Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress bombers take off from an airfield and bomb Japanese airfield at Munda Point.

Date: 1943
Duration: 2 min 49 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. 13th Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress bomb Japanese airfield on Munda Point, New Georgia during World War II.

A film titled 'Air Aspects of the Campaign against Munda' based on USAAF (United States Army Air Force) activities on New Georgia group of Islands, Solomon Islands during World War II. USAAF P-38 Lightning in flight over the Solomon Islands. An animated map highlights Munda Point in New Georgia. A USAAF officer takes a look at aerial reconnaissance photographs. The officer talks over a phone at his desk. An animated map highlights Vila in Kolombangara. An animated map connects Vila and Munda Point with Henderson Airfield on Guadalcanal. U.S. 13th Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress bombers take off from an airfield and bomb Japanese airfield at Munda Point.

Date: 1943
Duration: 2 min 49 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. 13th Air Force bombers drop bombs over Japanese installations on Munda Point, Solomon Islands during World War II.

U.S. Army Air Force aircraft attack enemy installations on Munda Point, Solomon Islands during World War II. U.S. 13th Air Force bombers in flight over Vila in the Solomon Islands. The bombers take off from Guadalcanal to attack Japanese installations on Munda Point in New Georgia. Views of support fighter aircraft taking off to join in this, the largest single raid (total participating aircraft) in the Pacific thus far. U.S. naval guns shell enemy targets on Munda. The bombers release bombs over ground targets. Ships fire salvo from giant artillery guns towards shore targets. Smoke rises from heavy shell fire. The bombers escorted by fighters drop bombs over the targets. Smoke billows up from exploding targets. View of newly formed craters all over Munda Point after smoke clears. Aerial views of a second round of bombing over Munda Point during the same raid.

Date: 1943, July 25
Duration: 4 min 59 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. amphibious forces and reinforcements advance in New Georgia, Solomon Islands during World War 2

United States troops advance on the island of New Georgia in the Solomon Islands during World War II. The troops land on a small channel island between Rendova and Munda Point in New Georgia. An animated map highlights Munda Point location to be attacked by the U.S. forces. The map depicts landing of the U.S. forces on Zanana from Rendova. The troops advance on the island. U.S. Army Air Forces fighter aircraft take off to cover U.S. amphibious forces underway to New Georgia from Gudalcanal. The aircraft in flight over water. A submerged U.S. ship after being hit. U.S. reinforcements and equipment continues to arrive in New Georgia. A map depicts the invasion of Enogai Inlet by the U.S. forces and advance through Zanana. A bulldozer levels a muddy land in a jungle. A U.S. Army jeep drives along a muddy road in the jungle. Transport aircraft of U.S. Troop Carrier Command in the sky. The aircraft drop parachute supplies for the troops.

Date: 1943
Duration: 4 min 38 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. reconstructs captured Japanese airfield at Munda Point, New Georgia Island, in World War II.

Wreckage and debris on Munda Point airfield, New Georgia Island, after its capture by U.S. forces during World War 2. Dead Japanese soldiers. Destroyed aircraft on island as result of U.S. bombing. Reconstruction workers clear and enlarge runway and operations tower as Americans improve and expand the airbase for their own operations. U.S. flag raised on pole. Seen are the first aircraft to land at Munda Point (on August 14, 1943). The first is a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-40 with letter K and white stripe on fuselage and a white tail. It is followed by a J2F Duck carrying U.S.Marine Brigadier General Francis P. Mulcahy to set up his new headquarters at Munda Point.

Date: 1943, August 14
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. 801st Medical Air Evacuation Squadron tends wounded evacuated in C-47s from New Georgia Island, in World War II.

Sequence starts at Tontouta Air Base in New Caledonia, on the near left side of runway 2 in the area of the 13th Troop Carrier Squadron ( a.k.a. the Thirsty 13th) with their plane "Lady Eve" on the right. (The 801st Medical Air Evacuation Squadron was assigned to the 13th TCS on January 9, 1943, and remained with it until the end of the war. But they also flew on planes of the 63rd and 64th TCSs, and with the Marines.) Takeoff is on runway 11 at Tontouta Air Base. A pilot and a co-pilot at the controls in the cockpit of a C-47. A navigator at work. C-47s in flight west over New Georgia, 10 miles southeast of Munda, near Eghelo. The plane landing at Munda has no tail number and is probably a U.S. Marine Corps plane. They evacuate wounded soldiers from Munda airstrip on New Georgia Island in the Solomon Islands during World War 2. Doors of the aircraft are opened. An ambulance backs to the door of the aircraft. Litter patients are removed from the ambulance and loaded aboard the C-47.

Date: 1943, September 25
Duration: 3 min 31 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
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