Source Charles H. Taylor, American Forces in Action: Omaha Beachhead (Historical Division, War Department, Washington, D.C., 20 September 1945).

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PLANNED LANDINGS BY COMPANY AND BEACH SECTOR

16th Infantry, 1st Division and 116th Infantry, 29th Division

CHARLIE


C-2nd Rn

DOG GREEN

A-116

DOG WHITE
 
G-116
DOG
RED

F-116

EASY GREEN
 
E-116
EASY RED
E-16
F-16
FOX GREEN
I-16
L-16
FOX RED

None

ACTUAL LANDINGS BY COMPANY AND BEACH SECTOR

C-2nd Rn
&
A-116 (elements)

A-116

None

F-116 (elements);  G-116 (four sections)

F-116 (elements);
G-116 (two sections)

E-116 (two sections), E-16 (Spalding's section), &
F-16 (elements)

E-116 (four sections);
E-16 (five sections);
& F-16 (three sections)

L-16

INLAND FROM BEACH SECTORS BEFORE NOON
(FIRST WAVE COMPANIES ARE MARKED WITH A RED *)

C-2nd Rn*
&
B-116 (one section)

B-5th Rn;
A-5th Rn (one platoon);  C-116; &  B-116 (one section); all landed at Dog White and moved west.
F & G-116* (elements);
5th Rn  (less than the complete battalion)

 

K, I, &
 L-116;
&
F & G-116
*
(one section  each from F & G)

E-16* (Spalding's section); A-16;
&
I-16
* (less than complete)

G-16
&
E-116 (one section)

I*, K, L*, & M-16 (less than a full battalion)