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Link profile: 545th MP Company Association

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This is the official site for 545th Military Policemen and women.

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1813: The Battle of the Thames, the most important land battle of the War of 1812, is fought and won by U.S. forces.

1863: The Confederate ship CSS David seriously damages USS New Ironsides with a spar torpedo off Charleston, South Carolina.

1864: After losing the city of Atlanta, Confederate General John Bell Hood attacks Union General William T. Sherman's supply line at Allatoona Pass, Georgia. His men could not take the Union stronghold, and Hood was forced to retreat into Alabama.

1912: Leon, Nicaragua, is captured by Marines after a short battle.

1915: Germany issued an apology and promises for payment for the 128 American passengers killed in the sinking of the British ship Lusitania.

1942: Aircraft from the carrier Hornet attack Japanese shipping gathering off Bougainville, but achieve only slight success.

1950: Eighth Army issued its operations order for the movement across the 38th parallel.

1951: The ROK 3rd Infantry Division recaptured Pohang-Dong.

1951: Having experienced heavy fighting to secure the central positions of Line Jamestown, where no less than four 3rd Infantry Division soldiers earned the Distinguished Service Cross in a three day period, the key Hill 477 was taken without a shot fired.

1965: U.S. forces in Saigon received permission to use tear gas.