SHAKO: Elite U.S.-Canadian World War II Unit Honored by Congress

“JUST ANOTHER MORON-MANIC Monday, in COWARDICE CANADA/1993-2022, March 28, 2022-This is WHEN, OUR COURAGEOUS CANADA/1939-1945…an ALLY of U.S.A., JOINT-COUNTRY SERVICE…as a SPECIAL FORCES MILITARY UNIT; NAMED The Devils Brigade!!!” “Being a Naval Researcher-Published Author, I STILL HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH, and ADMIRED-RESPECTED…ARMY and AIR FORCE VETERANS, also, AND have ACTUALLY MET and SPENT TIME WITH HEROES…Canadian …MEN of The Devils Brigade!!!” “YOU, more than precisely CAN RESEARCH this ELITE W.W.II/1939-1945…SPECIAL FORCES COMBINED…American-Canadian Military/Army Unit on Wikipedia, Google Search, ETC., and LET me GET BACK to my W.W.II NAVY and AMERICAN WOMEN…RESEARCH is the REWARD!!!” Yours Aye…Brian CANUCK Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. “Note: Thank you American-Canadian Devils Brigade…MEN/HEROES; FOR THE FREEDOMS, I HAVE TODAY!!!”


The Devil’s Brigade.

First Special Service Force patch First Special Service Force patch

The U.S. Congress has bestowed a gold medal — the highest civilian award it can bestow — to a combined U.S.-Canadian military unit that fought under some of the toughest conditions in World War II — and paved the way of today’s Green Berets and other special operations forces.

The First Special Service Force — consisting of 900 American soldiers and 900 Canadians — was activated in July 1942, and after deployments to the Aleutians against the Japanese and Italy and Southern France to fight the Germans, was disbanded at the end of 1944.

But in that short space of time, this elite unit captured 30,000 prisoners and earned five U.S. campaign stars and eight Canadian battle honors, according to the Associated Press.

The all volunteer 1,800-man brigade — called the “Black Devils” or “Devil’s Brigade” because they attacked the Germans stealthily…

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Brian MURZA/Killick Vison is battleoftheatlantic19391945; W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, PRESENT DAY NAVAL-MILITARY ANALYST, from Canada.

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