STERLING MACE enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1942 and was stationed at Parris Island, Camp Lejeune, the Brooklyn Naval Yard, and then finally Pavuvu, before experiencing the toughest fighting the Pacific war had to offer, as a rifleman in K/3/5, at Peleliu and later on Okinawa. He was a consultant on E.B. Sledge’s book, With the Old Breed. He lives in St. Pete Beach, Florida.
Sterling Mace and Nick Allen
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A POWERFULLY WROUGHT MILITARY MEMOIR BY A MEMBER OF WORLD WAR II'S FABLED 1ST MARINE DIVISION
Sterling Mace's unit was the legendary "K-3-5" (for Company K, 3rd Battalion, 5th Regiment...