By Ronald J Brown; United States. Marine Corps. Marine Regiment, 14th
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For- forward observer from the 1st Battalion, spied a group of "civilians" approaching the lines of Company C, 1st Battalion, 25th Marines. These "civitians" soon turned out to be Japanese soldiers. The alert young officer immediately called for fire. The 1st Battalion ran out of ammunition before the enemy attack haIred, and the regiment shifted the fire mission to the 3d Battalion. Aware of the critical situation, the 3d Battalion had been tracking every adjustment even though its batteries were nor engaged.
A column of black smoke rose about 1,000 feet over Namur as debris showered the entire island and much of the lagoon. This tragic event took the lives of 20 1st Battalion's 7 5mm howitzers remained silent the rest Marines and wounded over 100 others. The hrce of the blast was such that a spotter aircraft carrying an aerial of the day. On D plus 4, First Lieutenant Curtis P. 's Battery C accompanied Lieutenant Colonel Chambers' Landing Team 3 on the last leg of Operation Flintlock. By the afternoon of D plus 7 the force had captured 39 islets, made friends with 250 natives, and thund no Japanese.
All 10 of the howitzers lost tack failed because of a cooperative effort by two bat- talions of the 14th Marines. Lieutenant Walker was by the attached 4th Battalion had received repairs and were firing by 1000 the same day. " On the morning of 16 June the artillery duel between the 14th Marines and the 3dMountain Artillery (reinforced by the 3d Battalion, 10th Field Artillery) An unusual opportunity presented itself to the 4th Battalion. First Lieutenant Russell F. Schoenbeck, the former commanding officer of Battery K, and at that heated up.
A brief history of the 14th Marines by Ronald J Brown; United States. Marine Corps. Marine Regiment, 14th