June 1942

Japanese Landing Operations

Volume 26, Issue 2

JAPANESE landing operations have been organized as follows:

Preparation.-Landing sites have been carefully reconnoitered beforehand, either by aircraft or by the work of secret agents in peace. " Troops earmarked for landing operations have been assiduously practiced beforehand.

Rendezvous of transports.-Transports and motor landing craft carriers rendezvous at some convenient anchorage the night before the landing. Where no anchorage is available the transports have arrived off the landing point about the middle of the night.

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