Some articles on the sea horse:
... With the capture of the Sea Horse by the Americans, the Japanese in the Gifu were now isolated from the rest of the 17th Army ... Total Japanese losses in the Sea Horse and both Mount Austen battles were probably between 1,100 and 1,500 men ...
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