|Buin, Bougainville Island|
|Controlled by||Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service|
|Materials||coral and bitumen|
The airfield was constructed by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service in November 1942. The airfield was later neutralized by Allied air bombing from 1943 and was abandoned after the cessation of hostilities.
Japanese Units based at Kahili Airfield included:
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