General Douglas MacArthur (Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in the Southwest Pacific Area) steps from a B-17 bomber at the airfield on Goodenough Island, New Guinea, during World War 2. He converses with Lieutenant General Walter Kreuger, Commander of the Sixth United States Army in the South West Pacific Area. Next they are seen sitting in a spruced up patrol boat underway in waters not far from the island (seen in background). A line of Landing Vehicles Tracked (LVT-1s) filled with soldiers, is seen moving across a field. On continues past an audience of sailors and soldiers, and enters the waters off the island. It continues, kicking up a wake as it moves through the water. A line of LVT-1s filled with troops, waits to also enter the water.
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