Japanese ships smashed in Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands during World War II . Henderson Airfield at Gaudacanal. A U.S. aircraft in flight. A new runway built by U.S. soldiers. U.S. Marine Corps Major General Alexander Vandegrift at the airfield with other officers. A burning and sunken Japanese ship at the Solomon Islands. A pilot in the cockpit of a U.S. aircraft in flight. Vandegrift and U.S. Marine Corps Major General Clayton Vogel get in a jeep and move towards a jungle. Japanese troops in jeeps cross a bridge and enter a canal. Japanese infantry men walk on a dirt road. The marines bring supplies on amphibious tanks. A U.S. ship set on fire off the shore. Smoke rises due to the fire. The marines unload supplies from the ship.
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