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Dee Sams

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  1. Great article just one big error...the battle of Bentonville was just southeast of Raleigh NORTH Carolina, not South Carolina as stated in the article. In fact the county it was fought in is now named Johnston county for the Confederate General who fought there. Thanks!
  2. Dee Sams

    Why are you interested in War History?

    My dad was wwII Army Infantry, European theater, battle of the bulge. Step dad was WWII first special service force, and 3 uncle's also in WWII.
  3. Called off. They were not. They did get in and disable the plant. The reason we can't find anything about it is it is still classified. This info needs to be declassified so these hero's can be honored for what they did. This was a suicide mission that they volunteered for. My step father was part of the FSSF, and they went.
  4. This is not the end of what happened at the plant. The US and Canada developed a unique unit called the First Special Service Force. The reason for this unit was to go into this plant and sabatoge it. All the history books and websites say they were called
  5. Those American and Canadian troops were the First Special Service Force aka the black devil brigade. My step dad Buster Hobbs was one of them, an elite special forces unit, first of the modern era.
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