7 August: The bridge to be protected, ten minutes away, over the Pense stream, was large, with 7 brick and stone pillars. Defense was set up by the OG and turned over to the Maquis.
c. 9 August: Maquis Capt. Cadalen, local head of the FFI, and 250 Maquis accompanied the Group to Landivisiau which the Germans had left the day before. The Group's arrival was occasion for celebration. Here they met an advance American unit whose radio transmitter failed to reach London.
c. 11 August: Group continued
to Lesneven where they contacted advance elements of American Task Force
A under Gen. Earnest who requested Group return to Landivisiau to protect
inhabitants from German harassment. Group got as far as far as Guiclan
where 22 Germans were captured. Here three lost American soldiers with
a 50 cal. machine gun mounted on a Jeep Joined the OGs.
13 August: Heading to Morlaix an OG patrol met Jedburgh Lt. Chadbourne who made contact with London requesting arms for the Maquis. None arrived in the following few nights.
17 August: American Civil Affairs arrived, taking over OG functions. In the following days OGs reached Cherbourg where plane took them to London 19 August.
Summary compiled by John Hamblet.