U.S. Army planes attack Japanese locations on the Solomon Islands from Guadalcanal during World War II.
Solomon Islands Date:1943 Duration:4 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. Army plans attack at Munda Point on New Georgia group of Islands, Solomon Islands, during World War II. An animated map highlights locations from where the attack is to be launched and Japanese locations to be attacked including Munda, Ballale Island, Vila, Kahili, Buka, and Rabaul. Aerial views of various U.S. air bases in the Solomon Islands. U.S. aircraft in flight. An animation depicts the air cover for U.S. convoy moving between New Georgia and Guadalcanal and the need for fighter patrol. An animated map depicts air attack on Japanese land positions to neutralize air bases and disrupt shipping. The map also depicts direct cooperation of tactical group without ground forces to attack concentrated Japanese troops.
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