Dick Winters and Lewis Nixon They hardly could have been more different. Winters grew up in a middle class home, Nixon's father was fabulously wealthy. Winters never drank but Nixon was an alcoholic. But they were the best of friends.
Photos taken by Technician Fifth Grade Louis J. Among the things that Archambeau, who died in The Battle of the Bulge, left behind was a camera with an undeveloped roll of film in it. 70 years later, it was found in a foxhole.
Rare 1943 photo showing Lt Ron Speirs at right, with 2 members of Lt Speirs served as a platoon leader with Dog Company, Parachute Infantry Regiment at Camp Toccoa, before being transferred to Easy Company