Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 20 No 11

SOUTH PACIFIC BATTLEFRONTS U.S. ISLAND AIRBASE Wildcat fighter aircraft of the U.S. Marine Air Force lined tip at an airfield on Guadalcanal Island where the U.S. proved superior in the air by shooting down 87<5 Japanese aircraft up to the end of February, 1943. STALKING THE JAPS U.S. Army infantry advancing cautiously across a clearing in the New Guinea jungle when stalking Jap snipers concealed in the long grass. Such clearings constitute a serious danger to attacking troops and the “all fours” method of progression is fully justified
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