From: La Salle, Colorado
March 12, 1944
Your guess is as good as mine. Just very slight movement of the 1x6^10.
In the Celebes, the small Infantry units that replace a Brigade at Kolaka are unloaded. A Brigade begins loading at Kendari. The Kolaka Brigade will unload tomorrow at Pare Pare. A TF of AKL will begin unloading 20K supplies at Madjene. Both bases now have AF-1 and there are nearly 50 Japanese Fighters at each location.
The Bombardment TF should hit Watampone tomorrow. I have it set for 20K Yards to be at the edge of any Allied minefield that might be present. If there are no mines, the next trip will be at point blank range. Currently 100 Fighters present.
Up in the Aleutians, the Japanese succeed in pulling an ID, Brigade, and an Air Flotilla from the Attu area. Since these units had been brought up for a counter-landing that never occurred, it makes no difference to the defense that they are gone. The Convoys also dropped off 50,000 Supply and 6,000 Fuel to keep the bases well supplied.
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