By U.S. Marine Corps, 2 Lt Robert Emmet USMCR
A short heritage of the eleventh Marines is a concise narrative of the actions of the regiment on the grounds that its preliminary association. authentic files and acceptable old works have been utilized in compiling this chronicle, that is released for the knowledge of these attracted to the background of these occasions during which the eleventh Marines participated.
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Gains . was especially important in its effective counterbattery fire and in breakin g Communist assaults . The cannoneers fired many leaflets i n the psychological warfare campaign hoping to win over some o f the North Korean and Chinese troops to the UN side . Mainly the 11th fired at artillery, mortar, machine gun, and recoilles s rifle positions, bunkers, supply dumps, truck convoys, bridges , command posts, and observation posts . It fired in support of the many patrols that were sent out to check on the enemy .
Infantry regiments hopped northward . from . hill. t o hill while . llth prepared '. the ground for . them . all of the preparatory work because, the weathe r was usually too' cloudy . for : close air support . One trick that . the 11th found effective in this 'offensive was, to fire colored smoke rounds .. - North Korean, and . Chinese . said. tha t they: '-believed the colored . :because . f . -The ;Chines e that Iis-what they were . they retreated_ northward . The. Nort h Koreans . were shoved, into the front lines, and, theyy held as- .
A brief history of the 11th Marines by U.S. Marine Corps, 2 Lt Robert Emmet USMCR