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[KINDLE] ❆ Still a PFC: A Combat Marine in World War II: The Pacific Theater (1942-1945): Guadalcanal, Bougainville, Guam, & Iwo Jima ❤ Eugene H Peterson – G-couture.co.uk By choice chance and God's hand I survived some extremely trying times in the Marine Corps during World War III decided not to get mired in the horrors or waste of war Tomes have been devoted to this By choice chance and God's hand I survived some extremely trying times in the Marine Corps during World War III decided not to get mired in the horrors or waste of war Tomes have been devoted to this subject I choose instead to tell of my life as a Private a grunt if you will and how this life impacted on meAs a telephone lineman for the United States Marine Corps I had the greatest opportunity to seeof the combat area than most participants We traveled to the right flank left flank up front and to the rear areas to keep our telephone lines functioning and all our artillery and infantry in constant communications A Japanese general stated the American troops' ability to concentrate artillery fire on a given point was a tremendous advantage As an artilleryman I am proud we provided this edge Our front line troops on numerous occasions told me our artillery barrage had stopped the Japs cold Our constant goalI have often been asked How did you cope with death as an everyday fact? I tell of losing eight buddies on one day on Guam We acknowledged the loss then moved on What is past is past We did not dwell on one or multiple losses We simply moved on Yesterday was an age away this is today we hope to see tomorrow Perhaps cruel but it retained our sanity Those who stand and wait have not shared this burdenLest you think I am portraying myself as some kind of hero let me remind you they never asked me if I wanted to go on these combat landings to Bougainville Guam and Iwo JimaI was not a hero but I walked among heroes.

By choice chance and God's hand I survived some extremely trying times in the Marine Corps during World War III decided not to get mired in the horrors or waste of war Tomes have been devoted to this subject I choose instead to tell of my life as a Private a grunt if you will and how this life impacted on meAs a telephone lineman for the United States Marine Corps I had the greatest opportunity to seeof the combat area than most participants We traveled to the right flank left flank up front and to the rear areas to keep our telephone lines functioning and all our artillery and infantry in constant communications A Japanese general stated the American troops' ability to concentrate artillery fire on a given point was a tremendous advantage As an artilleryman I am proud we provided this edge Our front line troops on numerous occasions told me our artillery barrage had stopped the Japs cold Our constant goalI have often been asked How did you cope with death as an everyday fact? I tell of losing eight buddies on one day on Guam We acknowledged the loss then moved on What is past is past We did not dwell on one or multiple losses We simply moved on Yesterday was an age away this is today we hope to see tomorrow Perhaps cruel but it retained our sanity Those who stand and wait have not shared this burdenLest you think I am portraying myself as some kind of hero let me remind you they never asked me if I wanted to go on these combat landings to Bougainville Guam and Iwo JimaI was not a hero but I walked among heroes.

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