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HARLEY AERMACCHI 67129 68P SPEEDO METER DRIVE UNIT RAPIDO 1968 ML
HARLEY AERMACCHI 67129 68P SPEEDO METER DRIVE UNIT RAPIDO 1968 ML $45.00
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Kensun HID Kit Computer Warning Canceller & Anti Flicker (1 Pair) Kensun HID Kit Computer Warning Canceller & Anti Flicker (1 Pair)
List Price: $99.99
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Kensun's HID Kit Computer Warning Canceller solves a problem sometimes encountered when installing HID kits on certain car models, such as Mercedes Benz, BMW and Audi. The CANBUS system in these vehicles causes a computer error warning to be displayed. By using this cable, you can connect the power supply to the HID ballast via this unit which resolves the computer error warning.

Phoenix Systems (2003-B) V-12 Reverse Brake & Clutch Bleeder Kit, Medium Duty One Person Bleeder, Hard Case Phoenix Systems (2003-B) V-12 Reverse Brake & Clutch Bleeder Kit, Medium Duty One Person Bleeder, Hard Case
List Price: $184.99
Sale Price: $183.56
Used From: $178.57

If you do mechanic work, you probably already know something about bleeding brakes. And one thing you’ve definitely learned over the years is that brake bleeding can be a cumbersome and time-consuming process – particularly for certain vehicles and especially for ABS. Which is why you may be surprised to find out there’s a tool that can make bleeding brakes fast and easy – and oh, we should also mention: extremely simple. It’s called the Phoenix V-12 Medium Duty Shop Use Reverse Brake & Clutch Bleeder, and we’re certain it’ll change the way you think about brake bleeding. With the Phoenix V-12, one man can bleed the brakes on any vehicle in 10 minutes or less – even if it’s a tough ABS job (you won’t need a scan tool or special clips). Tip: Our Patented Reverse Bleed Technology is what makes this tool so unique. The Phoenix V-12 Reverse Brake & Clutch Bleeder is a revolutionary tool based on an incredibly obvious concept: Air wants to go up. That’s it. Traditional brake bleeding tools and techniques fight this principle. At Phoenix, we harness it, so you can quickly remove all the air from the whole braking system. Reverse bleeding: It’s an idea so simply and obviously right that most people ask, Why didn’t anyone think of that before?

Phoenix Systems (2005-B) Bench Brake Bleeder Kit, One Person Bleeder, Fits All Makes and Models Phoenix Systems (2005-B) Bench Brake Bleeder Kit, One Person Bleeder, Fits All Makes and Models
List Price: $79.99
Sale Price: $79.99

If you do mechanic work, you probably already know something about bleeding brakes. And one thing you’ve definitely learned over the years is that brake bleeding can be a cumbersome and time-consuming process – particularly for certain vehicles and especially for ABS. Which is why you may be surprised to find out there’s a tool that can make bleeding brakes fast and easy – and oh, we should also mention: extremely simple. It’s called the Phoenix Medium Duty Shop Use Bench Bleed Kit, and we’re certain it’ll change the way you think about brake bleeding. With the Phoenix Bench Bleed Kit , one man can bleed the brakes on any vehicle in 10 minutes or less – even if it’s a tough ABS job (you won’t need a scan tool or special clips). Tip: Our Patented Reverse Bleed Technology is what makes this tool so unique. The Phoenix Bench Bleed Kit is a revolutionary tool based on an incredibly obvious concept: Air wants to go up. That’s it. Traditional brake bleeding tools and techniques fight this principle. At Phoenix, we harness it, so you can quickly remove all the air from the whole braking system. Reverse bleeding: It’s an idea so simply and obviously right that most people ask, Why didn’t anyone think of that before?


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WWII ?~ what role did the 36th cav recon squad mech play and ...?

What do following terms mean? I am looking through my fathers belongings and as he refused to speak of the war I am trying to figure out what he did.
Separation records state 36th cav..., Normandy, Rhineland, Ardennes, Central Europe, decorations and staff sargeant, mortar gunner, s sgt duty NCO, sharpshooter~ I have no clue what most of this means and internet is confusing me more!

I appreciate any assistance!

The 36th Infantry Division ("Arrowhead") also known as the Texas Division, is a modular division in the Army National Guard. It was activated for service in World War II on November 25, 1940, and was sent overseas in April 1943

Combat Chronicle
The 36th Infantry Division landed in North Africa, April 13, 1943, and trained at Arzew and Rabat. It was Assigned to the VI Corps, Fifth Army, but attached to Services of Supply, North African Theater of Operations U.S. Army (NATOUSA), for supply. The Division first saw action on September 9, 1943, when it landed by sea at Paestum on the Gulf of Salerno against intense German opposition. The Germans launched counterattacks on September 12–14, but the 36th repulsed them with the aid of air support and naval gunfire, and advanced slowly, securing the area from Agropoli to Altavilla.

After a brief rest the 36th returned to combat, November 15. It captured Mount Maggiore, Mount Lungo, and the village of San Pietro despite strong enemy positions and severe winter weather. This grueling campaign was marked by futile attempts to establish a secure bridgehead across the Rapido River, January 1, 1944, to February 8, 1944. After assisting the 34th Division in the attack on Cassino and fighting defensively along the Rapido River, the severely depleted 36th withdrew, March 12, 1944, for rest and rehabilitation.

On May 25, 1944, the Division was sent by sea to the Anzio bridgehead to take part in Operation Diadem. It drove north to capture Velletri, June 1, and entered Rome on the 5th. Pushing up from Rome, the 36th encountered sharp resistance at Magliano, but reached Piombino, June 26, 1944, before moving back to Paestum for rest and rehabilitation.

On August 15, 1944, as part of the 6th Army Group, the division made another amphibious assault landing, against light opposition in the Saint-Raphaël-Fréjus area of Southern France as part of Operation Dragoon. A rapid advance opened the Rhone River Valley. Montelimar fell, August 28, and large German units were trapped. On September 15, 1944, the Division was attached to the French First Army.The 36th advanced to the Moselle River at Remiremont and the foothills of the Vosges. In a grinding offensive, the Division crossed the Meurthe River, breached the Ste. Marie Pass and burst into the Alsatian Plains. The enemy counterattacked, December 13, 1944, but the 36th held the perimeter of the Colmar Pocket. On December 15, 1944, the Division was released from attachment to the First French Army, and returned to the control of VI Corps. The German Army counterattacks out of the Colmar Pocket were so fierce, that at times, the field artillery was forced to fire over open sights, at point blank range to stop them.

On December 20, 1944, the Division resumed the attack, advancing northward along the Rhine River to Mannheim meeting heavy resistance at Haguenau, Oberhofen, and Wissembourg. In this action Company "G" 143rd Infantry Regiment gained a Presidential Unit Citation. On December 27, 1944, the Division was reassigned to XXI Corps, and the Division was pinched out and returned to Seventh Army Reserve on December 30, 1944.

The Division was taken out of the line for the first time since it had landed in the south of France. On January 3, 1945, the Division was reassigned to XV Corps. On January 18, 1945, the Division was reassigned to VI Corps. It returned to the line early March 1945. The 36th was reassigned to the Seventh Army on March 29, 1945, and moved to the Danube River on April 22, 1945. It was reassigned to the XXI Corps on April 27, 1945, and attacked the "National Redoubt" at Künzelsau on the 30th. The 36th has been recognized by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as a liberating unit for their work securing the subcamps of the Dachau concentration camp system.[3] By May 8, 1945, the division was based in Kitzbühel, Austria where it captured Field Marshall Gerd von Rundstedt, the commander of all German army forces on the Western front, and its final station was at Kufstein, Austria on August 14, 1945.

After 400 days of combat, the 36th Infantry Division returned to the United States in December 1945. It was returned to the Texas Army National Guard on December 15, 1945

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October 15th, 2001 at 5:50 pm

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