WWII Army "Cutthroat" remembers secret 1942 assault and construction on Adak

On a cloudy night 65 years ago — August 28, 1942 — 37 U.S. Army Commandos, known as “Castner’s Cutthroats,” silently rowed rubber rafts ashore on Adak island in the central Aleutians. Pilot Rex Gray recently traveled to the island with a World War II veteran and shares a unique story.

Rex Gray, Special Contributor

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