Mount Austen

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Battle Of Mount Austen, The Galloping Horse, And The Sea Horse - Battles of The Galloping Horse, The Sea Horse, and Second Mount Austen - Second Mount Austen
... On 22 January, the Americans were able to move a light tank up their supply trail to Mount Austen ... the total number of Americans killed taking Mount Austen to 175 ... Gifu's fortifications and 87 elsewhere around Mount Austen ...
Guadalcanal Campaign - Battle of Mount Austen, The Galloping Horse, and The Sea Horse
... Army) forces began attacking Japanese positions on Mount Austen ... The Allies renewed the offensive on January 10, reattacking the Japanese on Mount Austen as well as on two nearby ridges called the Seahorse and the Galloping Horse ...
Carlson's Patrol - Patrol - New Mission
... On 28 November, Companies B and D patrolled across the Lunga River and bivouacked in the Mount Austen area, southwest of the Lunga perimeter ... A, B, and F headed west towards Mount Austen ... Companies A, B, and F, however, encountered a Japanese patrol near the summit of Mount Austen ...

Famous quotes containing the words austen and/or mount:

    Mrs. Hall, of Sherborne, was brought to bed yesterday of a
    dead child, some weeks before she was expected, owing to a
    fright. I suppose that she happened unawares to look at her
    husband.
    —Jane Austen (1775–1817)

    ... women are more quiet. They don’t feel called to mount a barrel and harangue by the hour every time they imagine they have produced an idea.
    Anna Julia Cooper (1859–1964)