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(a)Ships in harbor and anchored off shore. (b)Movements on roads. (c) Activity in switching centers and on railroads. (d) Whether movable cans field railroads are being employed. (e) Signs of activity on possible airdrome cites. (f) Record and plot, number of fires seen at night. (g) Troop concentration. (h) Anti-aircraft battery positions, balloon and searchlight barrages. (i) Activity around power plants, sugar mills and other plants. (j) New construction and organization of the ground. (k) Condition of bridges, wharves and roads. (l) Types and number of aircraft in the air or on the ground. b. Details of reconnaissance of islands: (a) Hawaii: -84-
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