The Battle of Exercise Tiger: The LST's Finest Hour
What began as a top secret naval operation to prepare US Army and Naval forces for the June 6th D-Day Invasion, would end with one of the highest losses ever suffered in combat by the US Army and Navy in WW II.
A Word From the Executive Director of the Exercise Tiger Association

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Susan Haines
National Executive Director, Chief Of Staff

United States Exercise Tiger Foundation National Office
1001 E. Walnut St., Ste 200, Columbia, MO 65201
Office phone: 573-356-0529
Fax: 573.449.8069
Phone: 1.877.WW2.TIGR

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The Mission of The Exercise Tiger Association, National Foundation

Our Mission
The Exercise Tiger Foundations mission is to provide, coordinate, and develop annual ceremonies honoring veterans, active military, students, citizens and communities deserving recognition for their patriotic or positive actions affecting US society. Since 1989 the "Tiger" Association has become one of the nations premier Foundations in America that honors veterans of all wars, especially those of Korea and Vietnam. The Tiger Foundation and its chapters are named in memory of the battle of "Exercise Tiger" in WW II and annually recognize this historic pre D-Day Army and Navy exercise and the men who took part in it. The Foundation is constantly working towards the goal of making the words "Exercise Tiger" synonymous with recognition of forgotten veterans.

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