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Obituary - Samuel Day Backus, Sgt. Sam's great mind and fine recollection to detail and facts were uncanny, and he had been a great friend with us over 20 years ago, and he had retained his recollections well into his last days.
A third-generation San Franciscan, he descended from three Pioneer California families. His great-grandfather, Thomas W.
Another great-grandfather, Lucius Sanborn, arrived in Watsonville in His grandfather, Samuel Woolsey Backus, came to Sacramento in He joined the California to fight in the Civil War.
Like his pioneer forebears with their self-reliance, courage and willingness to risk The central evaluation unit operations, Sam too possessed an abundance of courage, tenacity and risk tolerance. Sam learned to ride the waves along the coast of Santa Cruz, California on early heavy surfboards during the summers prior to the war.
This fact would later not go unnoticed to a certain group that was to become key to his near future. The upheaval caused by the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7,included strong encouragement from the Army ROTC instructors to the students to enlist in the military.
Sam had enlisted in the US Army in at the end of the school year. After basic training and while he was waiting for his orders, Sam was recruited by, and volunteered for service in what was known as "Swimmers for Hazardous Swimming Duty". Not fully knowing it at the time, he was being chosen by the Office of Strategic Services O.
Armed Forces to pioneer and conduct the first clandestine behind-the-lines wartime 'frogman' combat missions in U. Donovan's prewar foresights on intelligence missions for various U. Both Donovan and the O. It had attracted those naturally built with a desire to go beyond the normal call of duty.
Those 'best and brightest' were amateurs with skills from all walks of life which the USA had to offer, including Sam. For as much as being at war can allow, Sam's O. Sam's initial selection training included his pre-war ocean watermanship experience which had become enhanced by a cadre of fellow M.
These instructors to Sam and future fellow Operative Swimmers as his colleagues in the O. By teaching operatives like Sam these skills, they brought to the U. Soldier- Coastguardsman-Marine and Sailor the first skill sets related to functioning and operating within maritime environments.
At the time however, Sam knew nothing of himself as being prepared to be part of a closely guarded wartime secret; the O. Sam did so with many who would end up being filtered out during the intense 10 - 12 hour day schedule; long swims of several miles each, skindiving and hunting under the sea with the first commercially produced rubber swim fins and faceplates; surfing and paddleboarding on the large paddle boards; sailing using small boards; using the coast for navigation; working with inflatable rubber rafts; and other watermanship skills that would make Sam one with being in, on, or under the sea in any conditions.
Sam and his O. With Sam and his O. Sam's training added to one of the most storied and tough training regimens in all the U.
Armed Forces during the war: Marine Raider Combat conditioning training at Camp Pendleton were 14 hour days beginning with PT at dawn every morning. Night to mile 'speed hikes' with gear, compass navigation, obstacle course work, beach reconnaissance, hand-to-hand and jujitsu fighting, knife-fighting, riflemanship, pistol, automatic weapons, small arms and explosives training, and communications available to Raider's and Paramarines.
It was upon completing the first phase of the Marine Raider conditioning that he and his fellow selectees were told they were part of the O.
Maritime Unit and that their enterprise was a classified secret. It was not until much later that Sam had understood that his recruitment and training as a swimmer-operative into the O. Maritime Unit looked for in their wartime need.
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