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Summary: I. "The other man's job. Making Tank Landing Craft." Scenes of women in a Scottish ship-yard building LSTs (Landing Ship Tank) of the type used in the invasion of Sicily. Working women are even entrusted with the launching of the craft.
II. "Warrior of the week." A soldier back from Burma narrates one of his exciting experiences and promises to visit the factories to narrate many more.
III. "Mubo wrested from Japanese." Importance of Allied air superiority in Pacific is illustrated by RAAF low-level attacks on coastal jungle areas in New Guinea, an artillery attack on Japanese positions directed by a circling spotter plane, an Air Transport Command lifting of supplies to the front line and attacks by USAAF Liberators on Lae.
IV. "Arms pour into Sicily." Preparations are made in N Africa by British airborne troops before the invasion of Sicily. Importance of supplies, including American equipment. Landing parties board vessels for safe journey across Sicilian Channel.