MacArthur visit to Inchon
n t i l the to The advancing Marines hadn't yet taken Klmpo airfield, MacArthur's MacArthur's first major objective, when MacArthur began his The general looked down a freshly won hilltop onto the airstrip Sunday morning and was told that there was "considerable "considerable opposition" on the high ground In front of it. 'But shortly after 8 p. m. last night MnrJntis took It. MruiArthur ulso toured Wolml Island, which Is connected to Inchon by a causeway. There he saw the new Soviet 76 - MM guns and Communist song books printed in Russian. Standing atop Wolml's VKnob Hill" -- so named by Lt. Robert Taplett of San Francisco Francisco who raised the American flag there Friday -- MacArthur remarked that It was a nice view.