Battle of Willow Beach
Battle of Willow Beach
NCR flag and Legion vexilla
Overview
Location: Willow Beach
Date: N/A
Result: * Legion victory
* NCR military camp destroyed
Involved Parties
New California Republic Caesar's Legion
Forces
NCR Army Caesar's Legion Army
Casualties
Heavy Comparably Low
Connected Events
Part of:
NCR-Legion War
Previous:
First Battle of Hoover Dam
Next:
Battle of Arizona Spillway

Battle of Willow Beach was an event took place some time after the First Battle of Hoover Dam. It marked the return to NCR-Legion hostilities and was the first Legion strike since the First Battle of Hoover Dam. The battle was led by Legion forces to push the NCR off the east side of the Colorado River.


Background

The battle took place at a place called Willow Beach east of the Colorado River, where an NCR military camp was located. As a result of the battle, the camp was destroyed. The battle, along with the Battle of Arizona Spillway, led NCR forces to be pushed off the east side of the river.

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