Rybarczyk, Albert Peter, ARM2c

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Last Rank
Petty Officer Second Class (E-5)
Last Primary Designator/NEC
ARM-0000-Aviation Radioman
Last Rating/NEC Group
Aviation Radioman
Primary Unit
1943-1944, ARM-0000, USS Intrepid (CV-11)
Service Years
1942 - 1944
ARM-Aviation Radioman

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Home State
Michigan
Michigan
Year of Birth
1923
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
St. Joseph, MI
Last Address
607 Pearl St
St. Joseph, MI
(Mother~Sophia Rybarczyk)

Casualty Date
Sep 08, 1944
 
Cause
Hostile, Died
Reason
Air Loss, Crash - Land
Location
Palau
Conflict
World War II
Location of Interment
Not Specified
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

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Asiatic-Pacific Theater/Mariana and Palau Islands Campaign (1944)
Start Year
1944
End Year
1944

Description
The Mariana and Palau Islands campaign, also known as Operation Forager, was an offensive launched by United States forces against Imperial Japanese forces in the Mariana Islands and Palau in the Pacific Ocean between June and November, 1944 during the Pacific War. The United States offensive, under the overall command of Chester Nimitz, followed the Gilbert and Marshall Islands campaign and was intended to neutralize Japanese bases in the central Pacific, support the Allied drive to retake the Philippines, and provide bases for a strategic bombing campaign against Japan.

Beginning the offensive, United States Marine Corps and United States Army forces, with support from the United States Navy, executed landings on Saipan in June, 1944. In response, the Imperial Japanese Navy's combined fleet sortied to attack the U.S. Navy fleet supporting the landings. In the resulting aircraft carrier Battle of the Philippine Sea (the so-called “Great Marianas Turkey Shoot”) on 19–20 June, the Japanese naval forces were decisively defeated with heavy and irreplaceable losses to their carrier-borne and land-based aircraft.

Thereafter, U.S. forces executed landings on Guam and Tinian in July, 1944. After heavy fighting, Saipan was secured in July and Guam and Tinian in August, 1944. The U.S. then constructed airfields on Saipan and Tinian where B-29s were based to conduct strategic bombing missions against the Japanese mainland until the end of World War II, including the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

In the meantime, in order to secure the flank for U.S. forces preparing to attack Japanese forces in the Philippines, in September, 1944, U.S. Marine and Army forces landed on the islands of Peleliu and Angaur in Palau. After heavy and intense combat on Peleliu, the island was finally secured by U.S. forces in November, 1944.

Following their landings in the Mariana and Palau Islands, Allied forces continued their ultimately successful campaign against Japan by landing in the Philippines in October, 1944 and the Volcano and Ryukyu Islands beginning in January, 1945.
   
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From Year
1944
To Year
1944
 
Last Updated:
Aug 23, 2017
   
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  443 Also There at This Battle:
  • Adling, Richard
  • Besson, John Henry, RADM, (1931-1959)
  • Booth, Robert Douglas, PO2, (1943-1945)
  • Breaux, Calvin, SN, (1944-1946)
  • Brownlow, JD, PO2, (1943-1946)
  • Carter, Loyd, PO3, (1941-1945)
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