Fighting Techniques of a U.S. Marine

1941-1945

By Leo J. Daugherty (Author)

Price$24.95

Format Paperback

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Fighting Techniques of a U.S. Marine

1941-1945

by Leo J. Daugherty

$24.95

Paperback

Barnes and Noble Indiebound
OVERVIEW
US Marines made an immense contribution to winning the war in the Pacific in World War II, with 458,000 men serving in the Corps. They made 26 successful invasions in the Pacific theatre, during the course of which they perfected the art of amphibious landings. Fighting Techniques of a US Marine is a detailed examination of how the individual Marine operated on the battlefield during World War II, the organization of Marine units, and the weapons and equipment used. Featuring detailed line artworks to illustrate how amphibious landings were made and the tactics of small Marine units once ashore, Fighting Techniques of a US Marine illustrates why the Corps was such a powerful force in the Pacific theatre, in battles such as Okinawa and Iwo Jima. Detailed artworks show the uniforms and other equipment worn by Marines throughout the war.
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)

Leo J. Daugherty III served in the US Marines Corps and is now on the Corp's reserve list. He has written numerous articles on the US Marines, and was the Associate Editor for the Marine Corps Gazette. He is also the author of The Bloody Bocage. He currently lives in Ohio, USA.
 

Pub Date: 2/1/2018

ISBN: 9781782746010

Price: $24.95 / $33.95 CAN

Format: Paperback

Pages: 96 pages, 95 photos

Trim: 8.375 x 11.25 Inches

Territories: US/Can

Category: History / World War II

Publisher: Amber Books

Series: Fighting Techniques