In the continuing mop-up of enemy remnants in the Marianas, a Japanese
was captured, so badly wounded that he could not survive without a
blood transfusion. A company commander, who knew that his men had been
so sickened by Jap tactics that they believed the only good Jap was a
dead Jap, made the gesture of asking for volunteers. Every man in the
company offered to give blood.
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