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Warfare History Network » Soldier Profiles: General William C. Westmoreland

Common William C. Westmoreland was a stalwart fighter and patriot by way of three separate wars. by Blaine Taylor In 1989, this author had event to interview...

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25 Bombing Missions Over Europe

B-17 radioman Thomas Fitzpatrick helped drop bombs over enemy territory from Foggia, Italy. By Kevin M. Hymel “Bombs away!”referred to as out the bombardier of...

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Warfare History Network » The Raid on Bruneval To Capture German Radar

The daring Raid on Bruneval to seize German radar marked a serious turning level within the know-how battle of World Conflict II. by Robert Barr Smith By way...

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Warfare History Network » Air Force Profiles: Pilot Phil Cochran

Air Drive Pilot Phil Cochran was the personification of cartoon character Flip Corkin. by Gerald Astor Superficially, Phil Cochran personified the WWII fighter...

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U.S. Army Failure at Anzio

Common John P. Lucas, commanding the Allied troops at Anzio, has been criticized for his choice to delay the advance on Rome. By Steve Ossad Hitler referred to...