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101st airborne division (still one of the best to  put boots on the ground in time of war)

CAVEAT: This is a 2010 photograph of a Airborne Division re-enactment event at Bussum in the Netherlands, and not a genuine wartime picture. Via Floris Oosterveld

Soldiers of the 28th Infantry Division, U.S. Army, march down a street in Bastogne, Belgium, 20 December 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge. These men have been regrouped into security platoons for defense of the town.  The lead soldier is armed with an M3 .45 cal. sub-machine gun and an M1 Carbine over his shoulder.

Bastogne, België: Soldiers of the Infantry Division, U. Army, march down a street in Bastogne, 20 December 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge. World War II

Sicily Drop Zone . Fort Bragg NC.

My hubby was a "Black Hat" and Tower Committed Chief in the Advance Airborne School, and jump in this area, keeping in his record more than jumps.

Frank Perconte of Easy Company, 101st Airborne, in Holland, 1944.

A Time in War: Photo Frank Perconte in The Netherlands 1944 with some authentic wooden shoes, perhaps as a remembrance. Rest in Peace Frank! One of a "Company Of Brothers" soldier.

2nd Lt Billy Bob Walkabout - Cherokee Nation - Most Decorated Native American In Viet Nam War - Company F, 58th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. - Arlington National Cemetery, Sec 66, P59

Lt Billy Bob Walkabout - Cherokee Nation - Most Decorated Native American In Viet Nam War - LRRP, Company F, Infantry, Airborne Division. - Arlington National Cemetery, Sec

In September 1939, the ideological affinity between the USA and Britain was unquestionable, yet large swathes of the US public, media and politicians were deeply isolationist.

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com In September the ideological affinity between the USA and Britain was unquestionable, yet large swathes of the US public, media and politicians were deeply isolationist.

The 101st Airborne’s Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe, center, flanked by Lt. Col. Danahy and Lt. Col. Kinnard. McAuliffe issued the defiant reply “Nuts!” to the Germans’ demands he surrender at Bastogne.

The Airborne’s Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe, center, flanked by Lt. Danahy and Lt. McAuliffe issued the defiant reply “Nuts!” to the Germans’ demands he surrender at Bastogne, WWII

Help us remember Harry Kramer today.  World War I Private, U.S. Army 101st Infantry Regiment, 26th Division  Entered Service From: Massachusetts Date of Death: April 5, 1918 Buried: Plot B Row 20 Grave 6 St. Mihiel American Cemetery  Thiaucourt, France

Help us remember Harry Kramer today. World War I Private, U.S. Army 101st Infantry Regiment, 26th Division Entered Service From: Massachusetts Date of Death: April 5, 1918 Buried: Plot B Row 20 Grave 6 St. Mihiel American Cemetery Thiaucourt, France

Army SGT. Michael C. Cable, 26, of Philpot, Kentucky. Died March 27, 2013, serving during Operation Enduring  Freedom. Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Died in Shinwar District, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, from injuries sustained when his unit was attacked by enemy forces.  Please pray for his family.

Army SGT. Michael C. Cable, 26, of Philpot, Kentucky. Died March 27, 2013, serving during Operation Enduring Freedom. Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Died in Shinwar District, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, from injuries sustained when his unit was attacked by enemy forces. Please pray for his family.

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US 101st Airborne Division

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US 101st Airborne Division

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Airborne Division.The Greatest Generation

D-Day 6th June 1944 - with a bit of modern colour added, the iconic shot of D Day

D-Day landing June 1944 Omaha Beach Normandy France. I want to go here to stand on the sands of Omaha Beach where my Father landed with the Infantry Division assault wave on June Thank you Dad.we all miss you.

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