His 35 years in the Army, said the commanding general, had been spent waiting for the attack by K Company

Kelly, C. Brian
December 2000
Military History;Dec2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p98
Focuses on how the United States Army's K Company, led by Glenn Doman, seized the Gold Brick Hill during World War II. Description of the hill; Orders that were given to the soldiers; Results of the attack.


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