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Tunner made extensive use of over 47,000 local laborers and utilized at least one elephant to lift 55-gallon fuel drums into the aircraft.[ai] A daily direct flight called the "Trojan", flown by select C-54 crews, carried a minimum of five tons of highest priority materiel or passengers between Calcutta and Kunming, then brought back critically wounded patients or aircraft engines needing overhaul. Each base was assigned both daily and monthly tonnage quotas to move over the Hump based on the type of aircraft it operated and its distance from the "Chinaside" airfields, as the crews referred to their destinations. Tunner immediately reinstituted military standards of dress, decorum (including inspections and parades), and behavior that had become slack in the previous year, for which he earned the nickname "Willie the Whip".
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From April 1944 to January 1945, the India-China Division was also tasked with supporting Operation Matterhorn, the B-29 Superfortress strategic bombing campaign against Japan from forward bases around Chengtu in central China. Arnold originally envisioned Matterhorn units as being self-sustaining, bringing in their own fuel in hundreds of C-109s (see Transport shortcomings below) and other materiel using B-29s and 20 C-87s as their own "air transport service". The concept proved to be flawed from the outset when the planned 300-bomber force was reduced to a single combat wing of 150 bombers before it left the United States. B-29s of the XX Bomber Command, stripped of guns and other equipment and fitted with four bomb bay tanks, were used as fuel tankers while tactical aircraft hauled other supplies, including bombs, but were unable to bring enough materiel over the Hump from their permanent bases around Calcutta in India to begin missions. XX BC turned to ICD for additional support when its target date for commencement of missions was repeatedly postponed.
Miranda's school clothes are like most people in U.A. High, however, with some slight alterations that somehow stay in the school's rules. The usual U.A. clothes are a light grey suit over a white dress shirt and dark green dress trousers, along with a red necktie. Miranda's uniform is a bit different, the main difference is that she does not wear trousers but instead wears a dark green skirt but also her suit jacket. Thought the jacket is the same clothes of the others its appearance is somewhat different. It is plain and light grey and at the collar, it has two dark green stripes. It is usually buttoned with three golden buttons with a final button at the very top of the jacket pinning her red necktie but Miranda has lost the bottom button and to this day it annoys her when people point it out to her. Miranda also has dark green cuffs are that overturned. This suit jacket covers Miranda white blouse that's collar is rounded and is not fold down. Instead of the usual necktie, Miranda dons a red necktie that is thin and tied like a bowtie.
Two years after the Fourth Shinobi War, Hinata has changed her previous outfit to a slightly more revealing and form-fitting one. She is now seen wearing a light lavender, sleeveless kimono-style blouse with vertical lines, tied with a dark purple obi around her waist. She wears a pair of short dark navy shorts with thigh-high stockings, and has changed her regular ninja sandals to black high-heeled boots. She also no longer wears her forehead protector. While off-duty, she wears a grey long-sleeved shirt underneath a pink shirt, black pants underneath a long cream-colored skirt with pink horizontal stripes, and a pair of brown sandals. She is also seen wearing a lavender hooded-jacket. After Hinata was brainwashed by Toneri during their marriage ceremony, she wore a black long and sleeveless dress with a high collar and matching long gloves. She also wore a black turban with a black and light yellow veil over and yellow crescent moon earrings. When she and Naruto got married, Hinata was wearing a traditional white wedding kimono, her long hair had been done up, and she had been wearing lipstick.
After becoming a mother, her casual attire changes to a maroon jacket with a dark purple shirt and a cream skirt. She also wears a pair of lavender slippers. After Naruto becomes the Seventh Hokage, Hinata dons an outfit that consists of a long-sleeved, collared white shirt, lavender dress, and blue pants. By the time of Himawari's birthday, Hinata wears a light purple short-sleeved jacket with a white shirt underneath, light brown shorts and a pair of purple open-toed boots. In the Boruto manga, Hinata wears a necklace with the Uzumaki symbol on it. She also wears a long light purple shirt, while having it cover over a dark purple dress. Her long sleeve shirt also has a stripe neck caller on top. She also wears short pants and small open toe shoes. However in the anime, she wears her Boruto movie outfit. Along with having two front bangs in her hair. 041b061a72