Lae

Lae, the capital of Morobe Province, is the second-largest city in Papua New Guinea. It is located at the start of the Highlands Highway which is the main land transport corridor from the Highlands region to the coast. Lae is the largest cargo port of the country and the home of the University of Technology or 'Unitech'.

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Landing At Nadzab
... II that began with a parachute drop at Nadzab in conjunction with the Landing at Lae ... assembled at Nadzab, the 25th Infantry Brigade commenced its advance on Lae ... The Japanese Army elected not to fight for Lae, preferring instead to withdraw over the Saruwaged Range ...
Lae Airfield - History
... Built in the 1930s the airport was known as Lae Drome or Lae Aerodrome ... The problem with Lae's east/west runway was that it ran directly into hills, limiting the size of aircraft able to land ... was heavily bombed by Allied forces until its liberation in the Salamaua–Lae campaign in September 1943 ...
Lae Airfield
... Lae Airfield is a former World War II airfield and later, civilian airport in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea ... The airport was closed in the 1980s, in favor of Lae Nadzab Airport, which was able to accommodate larger jet aircraft ...
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... take, You will take, They will take Mae lae aanga, Tu lae aynga, O lae ayga, Assee/Asaan lae aangay/awangay, Tussi/Tusaan lae aaogay, O lae aangay Mae lai/ghin aysaan/amsan, Tu lai/ghin ...