First Special Service Force (FSSF) - Anzio (Italy)

 

Having been assigned a frontage of eleven kilometres along the Mussolini Canal in the Anzio beachhead, the FSSF had no choice but to dominate “No-Man’s Land,” which was situated between the Allied front lines and those of the Germans. To maintain the initiative and keep the enemy off-balance, the Forcemen undertook an aggressive patrol regimen that allowed them to dominate the terrain and harass the Germans. During their 99 day deployment the average Forceman conducted forty patrols, some individuals participating in as many as seventy-five

 

Artwork was created in 2016.

Clearing No-Man’s Land

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