101st airborne division, 1969-1970, Camp Eagle, Vietnam, 45B20

My Dad was in the airborne division. He was in Vietnam 1969 - Camp Eagle, Bastogne and others.

101st airborne easy company | member of 101st Division Signal Company in a foxhole with his trusty ...

December, three members of Division Signal Company, Airborne Division pose with another of the town signs,

101st Airborne Screaming Eagles Sign

101st Airborne Screaming Eagles Sign

From the Altogether American licensed collection, this Airborne Division Screaming Eagles vintage metal sign measures 12 inches by 12 inches and weighs in at 1 lb(s). This vintage metal sign is

Sgt Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division, ready to drop into Normandy, June 1944.

James "Jake"McNiece (May 1919 – January was a US Army paratrooper in World War II. He was the leader of the Filthy Thirteen, an elite demolition unit whose exploits inspired the novel and movie The Dirty Dozen.

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.

101st airborne division vietnam 1968 -

_Robert Kollar, a handler with the fifty-eighth Infantry Platoon Scout Dog Unit in Vietnam, never forgot his loyal scout dog, Rebel (Photo courtesy Robert

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

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

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