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Unit History of the 81st Chemical Mortar Battalion in World War II By Walt Cross
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This is the unit history of the 81st Chemical Mortar Battalion in World War II. Although it is edited and annotated for clarity, this is essentially the unit history men of the 81st Mortar Battalion... More > received at the end of the war. The history was edited, annotated, and illustrated by Master Sergeant Walt Cross, U.S. Army Retired. It contains many never or rarely before published photographs of men of the unit. Walt is a graduate of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy and holds degrees in both history and science. He is a combat veteran of Battery A, 1st Battalion, 7th U.S. Artillery of the 1st Infantry Division and holds many decorations for both service and valor. Published by Dire Wolf Books a veteran owned publishing company.< Less
Fortune Favors the Brave; the 334th Infantry Regiment in World War II By Walt Cross
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THIS IS THE UNIT HISTORY OF THE 334TH INFANTRY REGIMENT OF THE 84TH INFANTRY DIVISION IN EUROPE DURING WWII. THESE ARE STORIES OF REAL SOLDIERS, REAL BATTLES, REAL HISTORY AND HEROES.
Red Tracers; the 482nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery in WWII By Walt Cross
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THIS IS THE UNIT HISTORY OF THE 482ND ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BATTALION'S SERVICE IN WORLD WAR II. THE 482ND WAS PRIMARILY ATTACHED TO THE 9TH ARMORED DIVISION DURING THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE AND THE... More > CAPTURE OF THE REMAGEN BRIDGE. DURING ITS SERVICE THE 482ND AAA BATTALION RECEIVED THE PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION FOR HEROISM AND GALLANTRY IN ACTION.< Less
Red Tracers; the 482nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery in WWII By Walt Cross
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THIS IS THE UNIT HISTORY OF THE 482ND ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BATTALION DURING WWII. THE 482ND FOUGHT TO DEFEND BASTOGNE AND ST. VITH IN BELGIUM. THE BATTALION WAS THE FIRST AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY... More > UNIT AT THE CAPTURE OF THE RHINE RIVER BRIDGE AT REMAGEN. BY THE TIME IT WAS OVER THE UNIT HAD EARNED A PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION FOR GALLANTRY AND HEROISM.< Less