Task Force C was then made up of members from the fifth Ranger Battalion as well as company A and company B that were drawn from the Second Ranger Battalion. Its main responsibility was to keep vigil off shore till seven in the morning.
At this time, they would receive a preset indication from Task Force A informing them to move to Pointe du Hoc and provide support to Task force A or move to Omaha Beach and go on to Vierville then to Pointe du Hoc. They were transferred by HMS Prince Charles that transported members of Company A, B of the Second Ranger Battalion and the fifth ranger battalion members, the HMS Leopold that transported the members from the Fifth Ranger Battalion and the HMS Prince Baudouin vessel that transported members from the Fifth Ranger Battalion.
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