US paratroopers (who could be with the 101st if you go on the one guy’s helmet marker) with a German Shepard puppy, sometime before Market-Garden
Shortly after 10AM on Sunday, 17 September 1944, from airfields all over southern England the greatest armada of troop-carrying aircraft ever assembled for a single operation took to the air. In this, the 263rd week of World War II, the Supreme Allied Commander, General Dwight David Eisenhower, unleashed Market-Garden, one of the most daring and imaginative operations of the war. Histori, Septemb 1944, Market Garden, Wwii, Gardens, Oper Market, Garden Septemb, War, September
Operation Market Garden 17 September 1944
101st Airborne taking a rest near the medic tents
Once Upon a Time in War
The city of Bastogne under siege of the Luftwaffe during the Battle of the Bulge
Paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division, enroute to Sicily on July 8, 1943.
US Army - Quiet before the Storm
A trooper in the 505th PIR (of the 82nd Airborne) riding the horse he found down Cape Wool Street in Sainte-Mère-Église.
Commander of the 101st Airborne Division talks to the paratroopers on the eve of Operation Overlord, AKA D-Day.
Burr Smith and Skip Muck at Fort Bragg 1943
Dick Winters (facing the camera in the back) teaching his soldiers to pack their parachutes. Skip Muck is the man on the right looking at the camera.
Forrest Guth and Floyd Talbert with locals on D-day morning
Easy Company, 3rd Platoon, near Carentan.
Screaming Eagles, apparently Bill Guarnere is the 2nd man from the right
The 101st Airborne in Eindhoven
American paratrooper, 1945 by Robert Capa.