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The '''Naval Demolitionsman''' was a minor character in the film ''[[Saving Private Ryan]]''. He was part of the Navy Beach Battalion which took part in [[Omaha Beach|D-day]] on June the 6th, 1945, during {{w|World War Two}}.
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The '''Naval Demolitionsman''' was a minor character in the film, ''[[Saving Private Ryan]]''. He was part of the Navy Beach Battalion which took part in [[Omaha Beach|D-Day]] on June 6th,1944 during {{w|World War Two}}.
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
   
He landed on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. Once secure, he was ordered to make holes for the tanks that were about to be ferried across the English Channel. He then encountered [[John H. Miller|Captain Miller]], who tried to get help from him, but the soldier told him he had to follow orders. Miller tried to explain that the armour was sinking in the channel but the soldier didn't listen. His fate was left unknown.
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He landed on Omaha Beach on June 6,1944. Once secure, he was ordered to make holes for the tanks that are about to be ferried across the English Channel. He then encountered [[John H. Miller|Captain Miller]] who tried to get help from him, but the soldier told him that he had to follow orders. Miller tried to explain that the armor was sinking in the channel, but the soldier did not listen. His fate was left unknown.
 
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[[Category:Soldiers]]

Revision as of 01:03, June 10, 2018

Unknown
Navy soldier
Rank Unknown
Affiliations 7th Naval Beach Battalion
Birth Around 1920.
Death Unknown
Weapon M1 Carbine

The Naval Demolitionsman was a minor character in the film, Saving Private Ryan. He was part of the Navy Beach Battalion which took part in D-Day on June 6th,1944 during World War Two.

Biography

He landed on Omaha Beach on June 6,1944. Once secure, he was ordered to make holes for the tanks that are about to be ferried across the English Channel. He then encountered Captain Miller who tried to get help from him, but the soldier told him that he had to follow orders. Miller tried to explain that the armor was sinking in the channel, but the soldier did not listen. His fate was left unknown.

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