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In the middle of December 1942 Japanese barges landed at the Mambare River traveled past Cape Ward Hunt on their southward toward Gona and in January-February 1943 while retreating northward.
During March - April 1943 the U. S. Navy briefly used Douglas Harbor as a PT Boat Base. During April - October 1944, the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) established Radar Station No. 315 at Cape Ward Hunt.
RAAF Radar Station No. 315
B-26 "Dixie" Serial Number 40-1496
B-17E Flying Fortress Serial Number 41-2435
A-20G Havoc Serial Number 42-54157
P-38G Lightning Serial Number 43-2271
P-40N Warhawk 42-104991
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