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"Decoy for Death": Ona heads down to the village to chat up the Nazis for their plan to attack her people. The captain doesn't give her the information she wants, but she is able to convince one of the captain's guards that he has taken her into his confidence and he spills the beans. She uses C



Appearing in "Decoy for Death"

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Synopsis for "Decoy for Death"

Ona heads down to the village to chat up the Nazis for their plan to attack her people. The captain doesn't give her the information she wants, but she is able to convince one of the captain's guards that he has taken her into his confidence and he spills the beans. She uses Captain Storm's wooden leg as the drop point to get the information to the Losers so that they can ambush the Nazi forces and she escapes the town. After Ona rejoins the Losers Sarge remarks that it's funny Storm's Loser bad luck only deserted him after he was dead.

Appearing in "The Game of War!"

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  • Morgan

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  • Union Army

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  • Confederate States Army
  • Forsyte

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  • West Point

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Appearing in "Call For A Tank"

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Synopsis for "Call For A Tank"

This story is reprinted from G.I. Combat #52.

Appearing in "The Camera Patrol"

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Synopsis for "The Camera Patrol"

This story is reprinted from Our Army at War #53.

Appearing in "Impervim Nepivini Regis"

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  • Lt. Tucker

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  • USS Stevens (DD-479)

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