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        Atlantic and Pacific Strategy in World War II | Navy SEALs - Their Untold Story

        Understand Allied strategy on the Atlantic and Pacific fronts in World War II through the story of the Navy SEALs contributions. In France, covert Naval Combat Demolition Units (NCDUs) made the D-Day Invasion possible by employing wrapped explosives called “Hagensen packs” to disarm barricades, allowing for Allied vehicles to invade the beach at Normandy. In Japan, Underwater Demolition Teams (UDTs) cleared the way for every amphibious landing in the Pacific. UDT operators were known as “naked warriors” because they worked in swim trunks and carried only a knife, a slate, and a stubby pencil.

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