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  • History Friday: Analyzing The Okinawa Kamikaze Strikes & Japanese/US Planning For Operation Olympic » Satellite Photos of Southern California Grass Fire Smoke Plumes

    Satellite Photos of Southern California Grass Fire Smoke Plumes
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    One of the unexamined operational factors of the cancelled November 1945 Operation Olympic invasion of Japan would have been smoke plumes caused by the planned 1-2 punch of defoliant and napalm fire bombing of Japanese cave positions behind the Kyushu invasion beaches by General MacArthur’s Far Eastern Air Forces,, as this 2003 satellite photo of southern California grass fire smoke plumes makes clear.