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.
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