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Cpl Gilbert D. Shaw, 506th PIR HQ 2, 2nd Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc John Young, 506th PIR Company A, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc Charles A. Syer, 506th PIR Company A, KIA 12 April '45

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc Stephen P. Polander, 506th PIR Company A, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc David Tovar, 506th PIR Company A, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc Leon F. Jackson, 506th PIR Company A, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc Frederick W. Newcomb, 506th PIR HQ 1, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc John A. Powers, 506th PIR Company A, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pvt Timoteo G. Melendez, 506th PIR HQ 3, KIA Oct 1944

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Sgt William W. Grovenburg, 506th PIR HQ 1, Mortar Platoon - 4th Squad

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc John M. Hair, 506th PIR Company A, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pfc Willie L. Gardner Jr, 506th PIR HQ 1, 1st Battalion

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

T/5 Norman L. Sandifur, 506th PIR Company A, Medic

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pvt Clarence T Eisler (Courtesy: Don Straith)

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Pvt James M. King, 506th PIR, Company A

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Private 1st Class Phillip Broncheau the son of Thomas and Nancy Broncheau, in the uniform of the US Army during World War II – Nez Perce – before his death on January 19, 1945 {Note: in the battle of the bulge in Belgium during World War II, 16 December 1944 - 25 January 1945, Private 1st class Phillip Brancheau while serving with the US Army's company 506th parachute infantry Regiment, 101st airborne division, was mortally wounded in combat on 24 December 1944.  While still in medical care…

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

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