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I have a copy of the unit history of the 381st Engineer Combat Battalion in my library. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com

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They had then gone down the far bank to "uncover" and capture the far end of the only bridge in the area, which they needed very badly, because tanks could not get across the little river, with its steep banks and swift current. They captured the bridge, but it was not strong enough to hold up the weight of tanks. The engineers called for reinforcing materials, to make the bridge strong enough, but the trucks carrying these materials got stuck in the traffic jam waiting to cross this only bridge in the area. Somebody got impatient. They had used what materials were on hand to reinforce the bridge, but there was a thirty foot gap in the middle not reinforced. The impatient officer decided to try to send across a tank anyway. The tank got to the middle of the Maison Rouge bridge, which then creaked, groaned and crashed down into the river, tank and all. This left the entire First Battalion, 30th Infantry, on the far bank with no direct armor support. They weren't too worried, as they could still call in artillery fire, and they had been in plenty of tight spots before. The Germans probably observed the collapse of the bridge, and the next morning sent out an attack spearheaded by five of the famous, dreaded Tiger tanks, with its fearsome 88mm cannon. My uncle climbed out of his fox hole, probably to direct the platoon bazooka team, and one of the Tigers fired its main gun, the 88mm at him, just like a rifle. The shells from that weapon came at the same velocity as a rifle bullet. He was blown up and instantly killed, and the entire First Battalion was shot up pretty badly. The Army Quartermaster Corps ran a warehouse complex in Kansas City, fourteen acres under the roof. This was where the personal effects of the men killed were processed. If you were killed in Europe, it took about six months for your effects to get back to your family. If you were killed in the Pacific, it took a year. 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What Unit was the 1341st Combat Engineers with before serving at Saipan and Tinian with the 4th Marine Division?

I believe the 1341st Combat Engineers was created when the 34th Combat Engineer Battalion reorganized on 26 April 1944


What battle took place with the 111th engineers combat battalion August 25th 1944 in France?

Bonlieu


Where can you find information about the 260th Combat Engineers?

I have a copy of the unit history for the 260th Engineer Combat Battalion. It would be my pleasure to assist you with any facts that you may desire about the unit. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com


What is information regarding the Army Corp of Combat Engineers Company A 33rd Division?

I have a complete history of the 108th Engineer Combat Battalion, the Engineer Unit organic to the 33rd Infantry Division. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com


Does 37th Engineer Battalion have Sappers?

US combat engineers call themselves sappers, so yes the 37E has sappers. That answer isn't necessarily true. Not all Combat Engineers are considered "Sappers." There is actually a "Sapper" school, which is sort of the "Ranger" school for Combat Engineers. Yes, there ARE Sappers in the 37th Engineer Battalion but only because they have sent people to Sapper School, which is also located at Ft Leonard Wood, MO, just like the Combat Engineer AIT training. Trust me, I was there. I also was in the 37th Engineer Bn. and I went to Sapper School.


When was Singapore Combat Engineers created?

Singapore Combat Engineers was created in 1967.


What did military combat engineers do in World War 2?

For more info on combat engineers, please visit our site at 6thcorpscombatengineers.com. Our site is still new, but you will find info on "What Combat Engineers Did?" right on our History Page. We are adding info all the time, so please drop by. Thanks, Marion


What has the author Robert W Tykol written?

Robert W. Tykol has written: 'History of the 167th Engineer Combat Battalion' -- subject(s): Campaigns, History, Pictorial works, Regimental histories, United States, United States. Army. Engineer Combat Battalion, 167th, World War, 1939-1945


What is Combat Assault Battalion's motto?

The motto of Combat Assault Battalion is 'Sui Generis'.


What does CSB stand for in the army?

Combat Support Battalion


Do marine combat engineers build airports?

Only if the Army Corp of Engineers is unavailable for it. Generally combat engineers are busy performing demolitions or assault bridging.


What is the job of a army battiolion?

Well, it depends on what type of battalion it is. An infantry battalion will have a much different function than a Combat Support Battalion, for example. "Battalion" is a force organisation - it doesn't determine the function of that unit.


Was the 165th Engineer Combat Battalion involved in the Battle of the Bulge?

yes


History of 149th combat eng Co A?

The 149th Combat Engineers were part of the Army Corp of Engineers. They took part in the invasion of Normandy in 1944, removing the dead, performing road maintenance, and clearing mine fields. The involvement of Companies A and B were integral to the success of the invasion.


What bases do army combat engineers get assigned to?

As engineers support combat arms directly, they can be stationed pretty much anywhere combat arms units are to be found... that would be any major installation.


What is the motto of Singapore Combat Engineers?

Singapore Combat Engineers's motto is 'Advance and Overcome'.


Did the 3rd Battalion 23rd Marines receive the combat action ribbon for Desert Storm?

I don't know if the entire battalion received the Combat Action Ribbon but I do know that H Co (redesignated L Co) did receive the CAR. Most members of the battalion also received their Combat Action Ribbon during Operation Iraqi Freedom I. They battalion has since returned to Iraq in September/October of 2007. All but a handful (those few who remained behind at Camp 15) of Marines in 3/23 received the Combat Action Ribbon for Desert Storm. Most members of the battalion also received their Combat Action Ribbon during Operation Iraqi Freedom I. They battalion has since returned to Iraq in September/October of 2007.


Where is the Unit history of the 637th Tank Destroyer Battalion?

Try googling "battalion profiles"


149th engineer combat battalion?

My father was in the 149th combat engineer battalion. They landed on DDay on Omaha Beach. Their boat hit a mine coming in and several men were injured or killed. My father was injured, but able to go on.


What is information on the 148th Combat Engineers in World War 2?

The 146th Combat Engineers hace an association. They can be reached at this web address and scrolling down to locate their unit.


Did the 3rd Battalion 11th Marines receive the combat action ribbon for Somalia?

Yes, they did!!