To date, there is NO known DI for either the WW II 771st Tank Bn or the post WW II Tank Bn.
The History of the 771st Tank Battalion. The 741st waged a grueling war that began on D-Day when twenty-seven of its amphibious tanks sank and hapless crewmen perished in the frigid water. The catalog reference to the 771st Tank Bn "DI" shows it was made by Aresta in Taiwan. Technical Sergeant William D. McClintock served with the 741st Tank Battalion in World War II. Immediate post WW II, it became the 71st Constab Sq, with a killer (but rare and unauthorized DI), but it was not used by the 771st Tank Bn subsequent to redesignation. What people are saying - Write a review. The history of the 771st Tank Battalion. The 3rd Battalion, 324th Infantry Regiment, with the 3rd Platoon, 772nd Tank Battalion, then pushed forward and by 1100 were clearing Wallstadt, Germany. See more ideas about Battalion, D day, World war ii. The scene he described on Omaha beach typified his battalion’s first hours in combat. Link to full-size photo: M4 (76) 771st Tank Battalion
Edwin Castagna. Object details Category Books Related period Second World War (content), Second World War (content) Creator CASTAGNA, EDWIN (Author) Lederer, … 771st Tank Battalion M4 Shermans Supports 17th Airborne Division Muenster II « Next photo M4 Sherman part 1 image 161 of 216 Previous photo » Published at 1600 × 1280 px. Edgar Maldonado Jr., a main battle tank technician with 1st Tank Battalion, 1st Marine Division, stages a M88A2 Hercules recovery vehicle in preparation for exercise Comanche Run at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California, Jan. 28, 2019. Show more. Lederer, Street & Zeus Company, Incorporated, 1946 - World War, 1939-1945 - 110 pages. Apr 16, 2019 - 741st Tank Battalion in World War II, D-Day to VE-Day.
The history of the 771st Tank Battalion by Edwin Castagna, 1946, [Printed by Lederer, Street & Zeus co., inc.] edition, in English U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. M4 (76) of the 771st Tank Battalion. Published at 1000 × 770 px. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. This is an astounding history of this armored battalion from Omaha Beach to the Elbe River.
description Object description. Inscribed by the author.