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This brief notice was the Yank magazine account of what has come to be known as "the Great Raid" that was commanded by Lt Col. Henry A. Mucci (1909 - 1997). On January 30, 1945 Mucci lead a raiding party of 121 hand-picked men of the 6th Rangers accompanied by some 300 Filipino guerrillas into the jungles on Luzon (The Philippines) in order to liberate the survivors of the Bataan Death March from the Cabanatuan Prison Camp. At the loss of only two men, the raiders freed 510 American POWs.

Click here to read more about the Cabanatuan POW camp.

The Rangers underwent intense training in hand-to-hand combat, you can raed about about it in this 1942 magazine article.


The 6th Rangers on Luzon (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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