Men of Company K, 3rd Battalion, US 27th Infantry Division along the Zieta Trail, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, 12 Aug 1943

Caption   Men of Company K, 3rd Battalion, US 27th Infantry Division along the Zieta Trail, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, 12 Aug 1943
Source   United States Army
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Added By C. Peter Chen

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  1. DSSORG says:
    19 Mar 2012 02:57:45 PM

    I think you meant 27th Infantry Regiment vice the 27th Infantry Division. The 27th Infantry Regiment was part of the 25th Infantry Division which served in the Northern Solomons. The 27th Infantry Division served in the Central Pacific.

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