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Fighting Techniques of a U.S. Marine 1941-1945: Training, Techniques, & Weapons
Leo J. Daugherty III (au). The US Marine Corps (USMC) made an immense contribution to winning the war in the Pacific in WW2, with some 458,000 men serving in the corps. Here is a detailed examination of how & why the USMC operated as they did on the battlefield during WW2, their org. & expansion & the weapons & equipment they used. Describes the specialist training given to USMC recruits & officers, & how this training translated into success on the battlefield. Shows how they successfully adapted their style of warfare as the terrain over which they fought & the tactics of the Japanese defenders changed. Includes full descriptions of the weapons & other equip. used by the Marines throughout the war. Emphasis is on the LVT series of amphibious vehicles. Photos.
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