The U.S. Army plans an attack at Munda Point on New Georgia group of Islands, Solomon Islands during World War II. U.S. Marines and infantry massed up on Guadalcanal beach prepare for the invasion of Munda Point. Gasoline barrels rolled on the beach. Crated foodstuffs in cargo nets hoisted aboard ships. Equipment is loaded onto ships. U.S. combat aircraft assemble for an aerial offensive. U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur gets out of car and talks with another U.S. officer. General MacArthur, U.S. 13th Air Force Lieutenant General Hubert R. Harmon, U.S. Army Air Force General Nathan Twining and U.S. Fleet Admiral William Halsey coordinate the attack on Munda Point. U.S. Army Air Force P-40 Warhawk fighter aircraft taxi and take off from an airfield. U.S. planes including P-40 Warhawk, P-39 Airacobra, U.S. Navy F4F Wildcat, TBF Avenger, B-25 Mitchell, and B-24 Liberator aircraft in flight head to destroy Japanese enemy positions on Munda. Japanese aircraft take off and in flight.
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