101st Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium, 31 Dec 1944. by casandra
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casandra 101st Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium, 31 Dec 1944.
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The pilot of a C-47 cargo transport crash lands safely after having dropped supplies to elements of the 101st Airborne Division which has successfully repulsed all attempts to capture the besieged city of Bastogne, Belgium. 30 Dec 1944 by casandra
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casandra The pilot of a C-47 cargo transport crash lands safely after having dropped supplies to elements of the 101st Airborne Division which has successfully repulsed all attempts to capture the besieged city of Bastogne, Belgium. 30 Dec 1944
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Battle of the Bulge - This dead Yank was felled while fighting with fellow soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division, to drive Nazis from a heavily wooded area near Bastogne, Belgium, where Germans were entrenched (10 Jan 1945)  Photo By: Lynch. by sonia
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sonia Battle of the Bulge - This dead Yank was felled while fighting with fellow soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division, to drive Nazis from a heavily wooded area near Bastogne, Belgium, where Germans were entrenched (10 Jan 1945) Photo By: Lynch.
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Dak To, South Vietnam, June, 1966: Weary troops from the 101st Airborne Division rest after fighting their way out of nearly complete encirclement by North Vietnamese forces during Operation Hawthorne. by christian
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christian Dak To, South Vietnam, June, 1966: Weary troops from the 101st Airborne Division rest after fighting their way out of nearly complete encirclement by North Vietnamese forces during Operation Hawthorne.
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Sgt Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division, ready to drop into Normandy, June 1944. by etta
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etta Sgt Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division, ready to drop into Normandy, June 1944.
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Corporal Lloyd Hood of Concordia, Kansas as tends to his feet in a fighting position outside of Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the  Bulge. Hood belonged 101st Airborne Division's 327th Glider Regiment, 463rd Parachute Artillery Battalion. January 11, 1945. by randi
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randi Corporal Lloyd Hood of Concordia, Kansas as tends to his feet in a fighting position outside of Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge. Hood belonged 101st Airborne Division's 327th Glider Regiment, 463rd Parachute Artillery Battalion. January 11, 1945.
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Battle of the Bulge. The village of Foy, Belgium acting as the aid station for the 101st Airborne in Jan 1945. by sonia
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sonia Battle of the Bulge. The village of Foy, Belgium acting as the aid station for the 101st Airborne in Jan 1945.
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Battle of the Bulge - U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division, who have been regrouped in security platoons for defense of Bastogne, Belgium, march down a street. Some of these soldiers lost their weapons during the German advance in this area. Bastogne, Belgium (12-20-44)     Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-44-30380 (Tec 5 Wesley B. Carolan). by sonia
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sonia Battle of the Bulge - U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division, who have been regrouped in security platoons for defense of Bastogne, Belgium, march down a street. Some of these soldiers lost their weapons during the German advance in this area. Bastogne, Belgium (12-20-44) Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-44-30380 (Tec 5 Wesley B. Carolan).
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Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division by cornelia
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cornelia Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division
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The emergency landing of a B-24 Liberator in a Dutch field. The bomber had been hit by ground fire in the area surrounding Eindhoven while trying to take part in the resupplying of the 82nd and 101st Airborne. Everyone, save for ball turret gunner Frank DiPalma, perished. The Dutch hid the wounded gunner with Franciscan monks where he was given care by local doctors. The Germans never found DiPalma who stayed safely hidden until the village of by pamela
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pamela The emergency landing of a B-24 Liberator in a Dutch field. The bomber had been hit by ground fire in the area surrounding Eindhoven while trying to take part in the resupplying of the 82nd and 101st Airborne. Everyone, save for ball turret gunner Frank DiPalma, perished. The Dutch hid the wounded gunner with Franciscan monks where he was given care by local doctors. The Germans never found DiPalma who stayed safely hidden until the village of
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Armored reconnaissance jeep of US 82nd Airborne Division, Ardennes Forest, Belgium, Dec 1944. The armor was a quick "aftermarket" job to offer rudimentary protection to driver and passenger and to the front of the engine compartment. The armor could defeat up to rifle rounds but was rather thin when it came to machine gun fire and shrapnel. by hattie
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hattie Armored reconnaissance jeep of US 82nd Airborne Division, Ardennes Forest, Belgium, Dec 1944. The armor was a quick "aftermarket" job to offer rudimentary protection to driver and passenger and to the front of the engine compartment. The armor could defeat up to rifle rounds but was rather thin when it came to machine gun fire and shrapnel.
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101st Airborne on patrol near Bastogne, 1944 by hattie
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hattie 101st Airborne on patrol near Bastogne, 1944
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American paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division assisting survivors of two amphibious gliders that crashed behind the German lines near the city of Arnhem on September 17, 1944. by hattie
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hattie American paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division assisting survivors of two amphibious gliders that crashed behind the German lines near the city of Arnhem on September 17, 1944.
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101st Airborne by pat-75
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pat-75 101st Airborne
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50 of the Best Clean Eating Breakfast Recipes - I love how there is an image for every recipe and a link to click to get the recipe. It's like having my next 50 days of breakfasts all planned out! by winnie
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winnie 50 of the Best Clean Eating Breakfast Recipes - I love how there is an image for every recipe and a link to click to get the recipe. It's like having my next 50 days of breakfasts all planned out!
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Armored reconnaissance jeep of US 82nd Airborne Division Ardennes Forest Belgium December 1944. by hattie
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hattie Armored reconnaissance jeep of US 82nd Airborne Division Ardennes Forest Belgium December 1944.
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Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower visits paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division at the Royal Air Force base in Greenham Common, England, three hours before the men board their planes to participate in the first assault wave of the invasion of the continent of Europe, June 5, 1944. by lucy
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lucy Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower visits paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division at the Royal Air Force base in Greenham Common, England, three hours before the men board their planes to participate in the first assault wave of the invasion of the continent of Europe, June 5, 1944.
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Volume 1, Number 1 of the 101st Airborne Division Newsmagazine, Screaming Eagle, September 17, 1945 by hattie
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hattie Volume 1, Number 1 of the 101st Airborne Division Newsmagazine, Screaming Eagle, September 17, 1945
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Joseph Robert Beyrle (1923-2004) was a para with the 101st Airborne when he was caught by the Germans during the Normandy landings.Eventually,he managed to escape and wandered in the German countryside until he met Russian troops and persuaded their commanders to allow him to fight on the front line.He fought for a month and was wounded.Marshal Zhukov arranged for Beyrle's trip back to the US.Beyrle is the only American who fought the Germans in by phyllis
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phyllis Joseph Robert Beyrle (1923-2004) was a para with the 101st Airborne when he was caught by the Germans during the Normandy landings.Eventually,he managed to escape and wandered in the German countryside until he met Russian troops and persuaded their commanders to allow him to fight on the front line.He fought for a month and was wounded.Marshal Zhukov arranged for Beyrle's trip back to the US.Beyrle is the only American who fought the Germans in
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Staff Sergeant George Talbert of 3rd Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, on the lookout for German troops in a forest near Sourbrodt, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge - 19 December 1944 by vladtodd
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vladtodd Staff Sergeant George Talbert of 3rd Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, on the lookout for German troops in a forest near Sourbrodt, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge - 19 December 1944
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After shooting down five enemy aircraft Jan. 31, 1943, Col. Jefferson J. Deblanc was forced to bail out of his damaged plane to land off the shores of the Japanese-held Kolombangara Island. After six hours in the water wading to shore, Deblanc was picked up by locals and traded for a sack of rice to another tribe that helped get Deblanc back into the Allies hands. Deblanc received the medal of honor for his actions during the mission. by june
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june After shooting down five enemy aircraft Jan. 31, 1943, Col. Jefferson J. Deblanc was forced to bail out of his damaged plane to land off the shores of the Japanese-held Kolombangara Island. After six hours in the water wading to shore, Deblanc was picked up by locals and traded for a sack of rice to another tribe that helped get Deblanc back into the Allies hands. Deblanc received the medal of honor for his actions during the mission.
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U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer Tech. Sgt. Harry A. Downard of San Diego, Calif., holds up leather thong which was used to tie the legs and coat of this killed paratrooper of the 101st Airborne Division, near Bastogne, Belgium, Jan. 12, 1945. Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-45-8244 (Pfc. J.W. Lapine). Photograph archived by the United States Army Center of Military History. by sonia
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sonia U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer Tech. Sgt. Harry A. Downard of San Diego, Calif., holds up leather thong which was used to tie the legs and coat of this killed paratrooper of the 101st Airborne Division, near Bastogne, Belgium, Jan. 12, 1945. Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-45-8244 (Pfc. J.W. Lapine). Photograph archived by the United States Army Center of Military History.
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31 Days of NOT Having It All! by roxanne
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roxanne 31 Days of NOT Having It All!
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1944- Ten-year-old German boy soldier poses with his Major after their capture in Antwerp, Belgium. Hundreds of other prisoners taken with them march past in background. by kristine
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kristine 1944- Ten-year-old German boy soldier poses with his Major after their capture in Antwerp, Belgium. Hundreds of other prisoners taken with them march past in background.
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101st airborne division by tulip buds
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tulip buds 101st airborne division
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Hayden Panettiere shares the move that gives her those incredible abs after having a baby, to stay fit for on set of Nashville by tracie
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tracie Hayden Panettiere shares the move that gives her those incredible abs after having a baby, to stay fit for on set of Nashville
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WWII medics treat wounded soldier during the Battle of the Bulge near Bastogne, France, December 1944. by earlene
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earlene WWII medics treat wounded soldier during the Battle of the Bulge near Bastogne, France, December 1944.
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Then and Now WWII. Tiger II in Stavelot, Belgium, during the Ardennes Offensive of 16 Dec 1944 – 25 Jan 1945. The Battle of the Bulge. by earlene
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earlene Then and Now WWII. Tiger II in Stavelot, Belgium, during the Ardennes Offensive of 16 Dec 1944 – 25 Jan 1945. The Battle of the Bulge.
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Major Richard Winters of 101st Airborne--He wrote The Band of Brothers. (A true American hero) Sooooo handsome! by bettie
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bettie Major Richard Winters of 101st Airborne--He wrote The Band of Brothers. (A true American hero) Sooooo handsome!
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Catholic Mass, Vietnam 1966, members of 101st Airborne by josiet
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josiet Catholic Mass, Vietnam 1966, members of 101st Airborne
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There is a new type of world changers these days. They are women who serve God, serve their families, and use their words to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Having been a blogger for eight years, I’ve built amazing friendships with other mommy bloggers. Click for a list I compiled of Mommy Bloggers that you don’t want to miss. by Rethie
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Rethie There is a new type of world changers these days. They are women who serve God, serve their families, and use their words to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Having been a blogger for eight years, I’ve built amazing friendships with other mommy bloggers. Click for a list I compiled of Mommy Bloggers that you don’t want to miss.
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