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Parachute and para related activities
Wouter Du Toit
Animals And Pets
101st Airborne Division
Band Of Brothers
101st Airborne Division in WWII
Military Special Forces
can't get any better pictures than these...
82nd Airborne Division
Marine Corps History
South African Air Force
A soldier of the 82nd Airborne with his M1A1 Thompson submachine gun fitted with a 30-round magazine
17th Airborne Division
Arras, mars 1945 :Jim Conboy. Perd une jambe au cours du saut (opération Varsity), décédé en 2004. Photo de Robert Capa.
Operation Market Garden
The grave of an unknown British airborne soldier at Arnhem, photographed by a British Army sergeant after the liberation of the city in 1945.
D Day Normandy
D Day Invasion
Airborne all the way! These guys jumped carrying an extra 100-150 pounds of gear
D Day 1944
D Day Landings
US Paratroopers over Normandy on D-Day preparing to jump, 1944-
Posters Art Prints
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World War Ii
Paratroopers drop from their C-47 transports during Operation Market Garden
Falling From The Sky
US-paratroopers of the 17th Airborne Division jump above Germany during Operation #Varsity, 24 March 1945.
American paratrooper killed XVIII-th Airborne Corps hanging on a tree in the German village of Hamminkeln (Hamminkeln). March 24, 1945 about 16,000 American paratroopers were planted in Germany between the city and the countryside Hamminkeln Wesel ("Operation Varsity
D-Day Normandy » The 1940's----1944 June 6th some came by air to land on the beaches Of Normandy
Paratroopers of the First Allied Airborne Army landing east of the Rhine River, 24 March 1945
Robert Capa, Untitled, Near Wesel, Germany, March 24, 1945
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Battle Of Normandy
First Indochina War
American paratroopers. Wesel, Germany.
Us Army Rangers
75th Ranger Regiment
Band of Brothers
Partly cloudy with a 100% chance of an ass-whooping! (Photo obtained from Seal of Honor Facebook page. If you have Facebook, check out the page!)
C-119 Friar DZ Sept 64. The first Airplane I ever jumped from.
Lee (Leon) Little