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UNREVETTED STORAGE SHEDS
NAURU 
TWO STORAGE SHEDS WITH  LOOSE STORES AND TRUCKS  IN THE VICINITY. The supply stacks in the upper left are indeterminate as to type. The 65' x 35' shed in the upper left of the photo has a 10' roof entension probably covering an unloading platform. The shed in the upper center has a similar feature.

RABAUL 
OPEN SIDED STORAGE SHED WITH LUMBER AND A SMALL  UNCOVERED SUPPLY PILE NEARBY. This open type storage shed probably contains boxes of canned foodstuffs or supplies of similar nature. The building at the right with truck nearby is a small barracks. The low structure (center foreground) is a personnel shelter.

KAVIENG 
the shed in the lower left corner (80' x 30') has loose stores nearby and two trucks in the immediate vicinity. One of the two storage sheds (60' x 30') near the road has regularly shaped supply piles directly adjacent. Such unrevetted sheds probably do not contain explosive or highly imflammable material. A long stack of supplies (possibly fuel drums) is located just across the road from the largest of these buildings (120' x 40'). 
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