"On the night of July 10, 1941, during an attack on "Greenhill," North of Djezzine, Private Gordon's Company came under intense machine gun fire and its advance was held up. Movement even by single individuals became almost impossible, one officer and two men being killed and two men wounded in the effort to advance. The enemy machine gun position, which had brought the two forward platoons to a halt, was fortified and completely covered the area occupied by our forces. Private Gordon, on his own initiative, crept forward over an area swept by machine gun and grenade fire and succeeded in approaching close to the post; he then charged it from the front and killed the four machine gunners with the bayonet. His action completely demoralized the enemy in this sector and the Company advanced and took the position. During the remainder of the action that night and on the following day Private Gordon, who has throughout the operations shown a high degree of courage,fought with equal gallantry."
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"For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at risk of life above and
beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy. In the course of an
attack upon an enemy-held hill on 11 May, 1st Lt. Waugh personally
reconnoitered a heavily mined area before entering it with his platoon.
Directing his men to deliver fire on 6 bunkers guarding this hill, 1st
Lt. Waugh advanced alone against them, reached the first bunker, threw phosphorus grenades into it and as the defenders emerged, killed them with a burst from his Tommy Gun.
He repeated this process on the 5 remaining bunkers, killing or
capturing the occupants. On the morning of 14 May, 1st Lt. Waugh ordered
his platoon to lay a base of fire on 2 enemy pillboxes located on a
knoll which commanded the only trail up the hill. He then ran to the
first pillbox, threw several grenades into it, drove the defenders into
the open, and killed them. The second pillbox was next taken by this
intrepid officer by similar methods. The fearless actions of 1st Lt.
Waugh broke the Gustav Line
at that point, neutralizing 6 bunkers and 2 pillboxes and he was
personally responsible for the death of 30 of the enemy and the capture
of 25 others. He was later killed in action in Itri, Italy, while leading his platoon in an attack."
A bunch of college kids stumble across an old Nazi bunker and unleash a force that is intent on destroying them all. Will they survive or be another casualty of the Nazi war machine?! Now this is a mess and pretty much shit and not even worth talking about to be honest with ya so take a gander at the trailer and chalk it up as being seen.
"Flying Officer Garland was the pilot and Sergeant Gray was the observer
of the leading aircraft of a formation of five aircraft that attacked a
bridge over the Albert Canal which had not been destroyed and was
allowing the enemy to advance into Belgium. All the aircrews of the
squadron concerned volunteered for the operation, and, after five crews
had been selected by drawing lots, the attack was delivered at low
altitude against this vital target. Orders were issued that this bridge
was to be destroyed at all costs. As had been expected, exceptionally
intense machine-gun and anti-aircraft fire were encountered. Moreover,
the bridge area was heavily protected by enemy fighters. In spite of
this, the formation successfully delivered a dive-bombing attack from
the lowest practicable altitude. British fighters in the vicinity
reported that the target was obscured by the bombs bursting on it and
near it. Only one of the five aircraft concerned returned from this
mission. The pilot of this aircraft reports that besides being subjected
to extremely heavy anti-aircraft fire, through which they dived to
attack the objective, our aircraft were also attacked by a large number
of enemy fighters after they had released their bombs on the target.
Much of the success of this vital operation must be attributed to the
formation leader, Flying Officer Garland, and to the coolness and
resource of Sergeant Gray, who in most difficult conditions navigated
Flying Officer Garland's aircraft in such a manner that the whole
formation was able successfully to attack the target in spite of
subsequent heavy losses. Flying Officer Garland and Sergeant Gray did
Lassie is hit by a car and after several weeks at the vet's and unclaimed, he is sent to become a war dog and is then sent to war! Can Lassie survive and return home or will the war be his last owner? Well this is pretty much like any other Lassie flick with the exception that he is at war and has a bad case of PTSD but other then that its the same. Check out the trailer below and see what ya think.
"For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above
and beyond the call of duty as automatic rifleman serving with the
Second Battalion, Ninth Marines, Third Marine Division, during action
against enemy Japanese forces on Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands, 26 and 27
February 1945. With his squad abruptly halted by intense fire from
enemy fortifications in the high rocky ridges and crags commanding the
line of advance, Private Watson boldly rushed one pillbox
and fired into the embrasure with his weapon, keeping the enemy pinned
down single-handedly until he was in a position to hurl in a grenade
and then running to the rear of the emplacement to destroy the
retreating Japanese and enable his platoon to take its objective. Again
pinned down at the foot of a small hill, he dauntlessly scaled the
jagged incline under fierce mortar and machine-gun
barrages and with his assistant automatic rifleman charged the crest of
the hill, firing from his hip. Fighting furiously against Japanese
troops attacking with grenades and knee-mortars from the reverse slope,
he stood fearlessly erect in his exposed position to cover the hostile
entrenchments and held the hill under savage fire for fifteen minutes,
killing sixty Japanese before his ammunition was exhausted and his
platoon was able to join him. His courageous initiative and valiant
fighting spirit against devastating odds were directly responsible for
the continued advance of his platoon and his inspiring leadership
throughout this bitterly fought action reflects the highest credit upon
Private Watson and the United States Naval Service."