Ground action in the Pacific required faster, more detailed observation than was possible with previously accepted methods
THE first major operation in the Pacific in World War II was the Guadalcanal campaign, and this operation gave birth to World War II Marine air observation. This was the first phase of its evolution-the realization of the need for organixed air observation.
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