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Having participated in several amphibious landings as a combat swimmer, Robert Judd discusses that after their initial...
William Epperson and his outfit [Annotator's Note: Company D, 1st Battalion, 179th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry...
Fortunately, the boat Michael Mervosh was in did not get hit [Annotator's Note: by Japanese artillery fire during the...
In early January [Annotator's Note: January 1944] Allen Tillery went to Linda Vista where he boarded the USS Manila Bay...
After the assault on Salerno, Sicily, Anthony Stefanelli and his unit [Annotator's Note: 36th Engineer Combat Regiment...
Curtis Brooks was living in Manila when the Japanese on landed on Luzon, Philippines. The first landings were on Aparri...
Kenneth Killilea left the United States and sailed with the 4th Marine Division to Roi-Namur in the Kwajalein Islands...
William Pierce had steak and eggs before boarding the Higgins Boat [Annotator's Note: Landing Craft Vehicle, Personnel...
Sterling Mace had various individuals in his platoon for the assault on Peleliu. There was Jim McEnery, the platoon...
Douglas Harper went to Port Hueneme, California and was assigned to an ACORN unit. [Annotator's Note: ACORN is an...
His recollections were called back to the river crossing where Obie Wickersham lost his friend. To get to the river,...
Kenneth Killilea and the 4th Marine Division left Maui to invade the Japanese island of Saipan. It was a disaster from...
In Algeria, Anthony Stefanelli and his unit [Annotator's Note: 36th Engineer Combat Regiment] trained on new amphibious...
When he set sail, Gerald West had never heard of Guadalcanal. He didn't learn about it until he was about to attack it...