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Tough Going for Easy Company

World War II: 75 Years Ago

By Sgt Joseph P. Donahue, USMC

In this story from the Leatherneck archives, Japanese defenders of Peleliu’s Bloody Nose Ridge had been beaten at their own game but at significant cost to units like “Easy” Co and others in 1stMarDiv.

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One-Man Stand

By Kyle Watts

On March 24, 1969, while heading to help tanks hit by mines, SSgt Harold Riensche, Co B, 3rd Tank Bn, and his tank recovery team were ambushed by NVA. As two crew members lay dead and two more wounded, SSgt Riensche became the sole defender of the team and its retriever.

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