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Anti-aircraft battery positions, balloon and searchlight barrages.
Activity around power plants, sugar mills and other plants.
How construction and organization of the ground.
Condition of bridges, wharves and roads.
Types and number of aircraft in the air or on the ground.
Kawaihae Numerous coves favorable for debarkation on
Kilau Hamakau Coast. Railroad from Cape Kumukahi
Napoopoo to Mahukona. Government road circles island. 
Kealakua Portions of the road are poor and in the Kona
Kailua district it twists and turns a great deal.
Honuapo Hilo and Kealakehua harbors offer best landings
Punaluu for troops and supplies. Power plants at Hilo.
Kalapena Numerous mills, movable railroad systems and 
Hilo other equipment along Hamakua Coast. Parker Ranch
Hamakua afford camping grounds, airdrome sites and a
Coast large supply of beef, mutton, draft animals
Mahukona and produce. Other airdrome sites at Hilo, Volcano, Mahukona and Upolu Pt.

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