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With the decline of Japanese air activity, opportunities for air combat for Allied fighters had diminished in New Guinea and Australian squadron commanders were directed to use aircraft as fighter bombers and ground strafers so that they would be more actively and usefully employed. This use of the fighter had already become common practice in the Middle East. Also on 26th July, two Beaufighters (piloted by Flight Lieutenant Burrows4 and Flying Officer Millsf! ) while on armed reconnaissance in Jacquinot Bay within 100 miles of Rabaul attacked a small Japanese vessel which had been camouflaged with foliage.
M. " C u rtin did not agree. In a letter to Drakeford on 1 7th July, he said : "The necessity for consultation with General MacArthur arises from his responsibility as operational commander. As such, he undoubtedly has the right to expect that he should be given an opportunity of expressing his views to the government on any change propose d in a high operational post under his command. F. F. organisation which divided the operational from the administrative control of the force. F. should be unified under one head.
B ) The commander-in-chief would insist on the replacement of AVM Bostock by an equally able officer. (c) The proposal to replace AVM Bostock by Air Commodore Hewitt was not concurred in, as the latter was not considered an adequate replacement. F. M. " C u rtin did not agree. In a letter to Drakeford on 1 7th July, he said : "The necessity for consultation with General MacArthur arises from his responsibility as operational commander. As such, he undoubtedly has the right to expect that he should be given an opportunity of expressing his views to the government on any change propose d in a high operational post under his command.