Damage at Munda Point, Solomon Islands after U.S. 13th Air Force bombardment during World War II. The damage is surveyed by U.S. officers. Wreckage of Japanese aircraft and installations. Dead bodies of Japanese soldiers are removed by U.S. troops. Gun emplacements are made. Bulldozers level the ground. Heavy construction equipment is operated to level a hill. U.S. bomber aircraft on a flight line at a newly constructed U.S. airfield. A bomber takes off from an airstrip.
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