By S. L. A. Marshall, John G. Westover, A. Joseph Webber
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He had no knowledge of the enemy. I could not tell him what he was likely to meet. But he has a fine eye for ground and no man has more courage. "21 Of the few maps which the WIst Division had obtained from VIII Corps headquarters, twenty went with Ewell's combat team as it started to march. 22 It wasn't enough to go around. Lieutenant FIRST MEETING WITH THE ENEMY 33 Colonel Clarence F. Nelson, commanding the 907th Glider Field Artillery Battalion, had only one map scaled I: 100,000 from which to provide his firing data.
Seven light tanks were placed forz ward with four medium tanks to the right covering them. Infantry units fonned an outpost north of the position. One of the field artillery batteries from Combat Command Reserve tied in with Lieutenant Hyduke's party and shortly thereafter opened fire to the eastward, though Hyduke never learned what they were firing at. At 2340, Combat Command Reserve, 9th Annored Division, began its withdrawal from Longvilly, though it was not until two hours later, while Colonel Cherry was returning to his team, that he got word by radio from Hyduke that Team Cherry was now holding alone.
About 1000, convinced that his 1st Battalion was stopped, Ewell decided to bring the rest of his regiment out of Bastogne. But this was easier said than done. The VIII Corps was rushing the evacuation of its last units and their troops were streaming through town across the line of march the rest of the 501st Parachute Infantry would have to take. The 2d Battalion fought its way through this traffic during the next hour and Colonel Ewell ordered them on to an assembly area on the reverse of the gently sloping ridge north of Major Bottomly's position.
Bastogne: The Story Of The First Eight Days In Which The 101st Airborne Division Was Closed Within The Ring Of German Forces by S. L. A. Marshall, John G. Westover, A. Joseph Webber