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John Raaen saw a lot of smoke and heard a lot of noise from small arms fire from the right side. It was from WN70 which...
At about 6:30 or 7:00 in the morning, Arthur Seltzer went over the side of the ship to enter his landing craft. He was...
James Crane was waiting for D-Day in the war zone. They knew it was coming but did not know when. They had departed New...
Walter Halloran hit the beach and saw many men die as soon as the ramp was dropped [Annotator’s Note: he was assigned...
Kaliste Saloom was sent to Marseilles and Toulon in the Provence region of France. He and the men with him were the...
Edwin Knight participated in the amphibious landings in Lingayen Gulf in the Philippines [Annotator's Note: in January...
George Morgan left Fort Pierce after a month and a half along with two dozen other men. [Annotator’s Note: Fort...
George Morgan returned to Fort Pierce. [Annotator’s Note: Fort Pierce in Florida was the training base for the...
Henry A. Tacket and the USS Heermann (DD-532) were assigned to the invasion of Tarawa in the Gilbert Islands. The...