Red Ball Express
During World War II after the U.S. invaded France, General Pattons tanks could only go as far as the Gasoline supply could take them.
They created the Red Ball Express, a railroad term for a quick speedy supply of much needed gasoline and other needed supplies to advance the army against the enemy.
Every available soldier was made to drive across extreme road conditions in enemy territory on a one way road to the front lines.
Without the steady supply of trucks and around the clock supply from June 1944 – November 1944, this victory would not have been possible.
Hollywood would later make a movie called “The Red Ball Express” depicting the heroics of these men and women involved.
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