Does somebody happens to know a lot about Munda Point? Because I've got some questions. 1) The Villages around Munda Point were fled by the locals when the Japanese gained control over the Island. --> Does somebody have photo's of how those towns and inhabitants looked like at that time? 2) During December 1942 until the middle of 1943, Munda Airfield was used by both the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) and later by the Japanese Army Air Force (JAAF) as a forward operating base for fighters and bombers. --> Was the airfield guarded by Japanese 229th Infantry Regiment? (Were airfields in general day and night guarded by soldiers?) 3) If Japanese planes took off towards Guadalcanal, they were most likely spotted by Coastwatchers (Donald Kennedy at Segi (I think?)). --> How did that work exactly? When the Japanese were spotted, did the Coastwatchers just used basic radio equipment to call the Ground Control at Guadalcanal to report this? 4) If an Allied plane was crashed, I assume the Japanese start with a search party to the bailed-out airmen? --> How many soldiers took part of those search parties? --> Were they soldiers from the Special Naval Landing Forces? --> If they captured the Allied airmen, where would they kept them as a prisoner, and what would they do to them? Thank you for your help!