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""Tank Killer!"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

G.I. Combat #67 is an issue of the series G.I. Combat (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1958.

Synopsis for "Tank Killer!"


Appearing in "Tank Killer!"

Featured Characters:

  • Sam (Single appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Nick "The Tank Killer" (Single appearance)

Antagonists:

Locations:

  • Volcano Island

Vehicles:

  • Japanese Tanks (Destroyed)


Synopsis for "Air Guard"


Appearing in "Air Guard"

Featured Characters:

  • Dog Company
    • "Dad" (Single appearance)
    • "Sonny" (Single appearance)

Antagonists:

Items:

  • Anti-Aircraft Gun (Destroyed)

Vehicles:

  • Enemy Plane (Destroyed)
  • Army Jeep (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Where's Beach Red?"


Appearing in "Where's Beach Red?"

Featured Characters:

  • "Mac" (Single appearance)

Antagonists:

Locations:

  • Beach Red

Vehicles:

  • Assault Boats

Notes

  • Also in this issue:
    • "Birds of War!", carrier pigeons were used to deliver messages in war during radio silence, sometimes they were even placed in pouches worn by dogs who would carry the birds to soldiers in advanced sections. Also details famous carrier pigeons; Yank, who carried a message from General Patton. Jungle Joe carried important information over the mountains of Asia. Burma Queen, dropped from a B-25 and flew 320 miles over the Burma Mountains. And Kaiser, a German carrier pigeon, captured during World War I and "Americanized", used by U.S. troops in World War II. This feature is reprinted in Our Army at War #130 and Hawkman #12.



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