For the past month General Douglas MacArthur has been waging a naval and air war.
Last week his ground forces, who have been fighting for the tip of horn-shaped New Britain, won a victory and added some bloody ground to Allied holdings.
Troops of the U.S. Sixth Army who landed at Arawe Dec. 15 fought their way at last around the horn's tip to join forces with Marines who were hacking a way from their beachhead at Cape Gloucester.
In the Sixth were men of the southwest U.S., Indians from 20 Arizona and New Mexico tribes. The Marines were the valiant 1st Division,...