The tale of a perserving successful engineer combat battalion that originated in Texas and trained at both New York and England. The battalion would land on Normandy in June of 1944 and raech all the way to Belgium by November later that year. Afterwards, the battalion would complete in sawmill operations and finally struck the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge. Fowle’s and Wright’s book chronicles the battalion’s outline throughout the second World War until its inactivation in the Fall of 1945 at Camp Henry, Virginia.
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