Armored platoon commander

Steinway, Roger
October 1997
Military History;Oct97, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p46
Interviews 1st Lieutenant James P. Alford, who lead a platoon of five M4 Sherman tanks through the hedgerows of Normandy in 1944. How did he came to join the United States army; Views on leading a tank platoon in combat; Most dangerous position he had encountered.


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