The Dog Company had to climb ninety-feet cliffs on D-Day to disable concrete artillery bunkers and make Omaha and Utah beaches safe for Allied forces. Their missions then took them to capture the French city of Brest despite Hitler’s concentration of forces to defend the strategically-vital port (necessary to re-supply the Allies after landing at D-Day). Dog Company was them assigned to the forests surrounding the impending Battle of the Bulge. Learn about high command’s strategic oversight that could have prevented the Battle. Learn the details about individual soldiers and their bravery. A remarkable book about forgotten deeds by Patrick O’Donnell.