Daring Recon Preceded Iwo Invasion

Winkler, David F.
February 2005
Sea Power;Feb2005, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p46
Focuses on the invasion strategy of U.S. Marine Corps in the Volcano Islands in 1945. Strategy of the U.S. Marine Corps to defeat the Japanese Army; Preparation of the Marine recon teams and Navy Frogmen for their next mission in Okinawa.


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