American missions against Kiska
June 8, 1942 - August 17, 1943
Unaware the Japanese had withdrawn, the Allies landed on Kiska on August 15, 1943. Although there were no Japanese on the island, there were 17 fatalities and roughly 200 casualties from accidents, friendly fire and enemy booby traps. An additional 130 men suffered cases of trench foot.
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