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Inspired by a WWI veteran, Nett joined the Army, which is how he and his men found themselves engaging in close quarters combat in the South Pacific.
Marines who get into trouble for minor misconduct issues will now be able to put some time in at the brig aboard Camp Hansen instead of being forced out.
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A Soviet citizen trying to defect sparked one of the biggest exchanges of gunfire between UN and North Korean forces at the DMZ since the Korean War.
“There are more of them than there are us,” Lt. John Fox – a forward observer behind Axis lines – said after giving his own coordinates. “Fire it.”
These Army paratroopers were responsible for cracking "The Gibraltar of the East" – and they did, allowing MacArthur's famous return to the Philippines.
The Iron Men of Metz did what only Attila the Hun could do some 1,500 years before: capture the heavily fortified city of Metz and force the enemy out.
In an area the size of the Falkland Islands, British and Argentine special operators were bound to run into each other at some point – a lot.
"American paratroopers – devils in baggy pants – are less than 100 meters from my outpost line. I can’t sleep at night," wrote one German commander.