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Company D, 116th Infantry, 29th Infantry Division

Capt. Walter Schilling, Commanding

This company was to land in six boats at H/40. The landing was generally three hundred yards to the left of their objectives. The boat of Lieut. "Kelly" Athanaskos, however, landed in the area of the second battalion, perhaps 1500 yards left of their objective.

 

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