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ARMY PARATROOPER 1941 Black and White Print 8 by DesertLifePhotos, $30.00~this is the era that my Grandfather served,I couldn't b more proud <3

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Military Christmas Stocking - Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard

Military Christmas Stocking Army Navy Marines Air by TheDODandMe, $20.00 - <3 these - MilitaryAvenue.com

101st Airborne paratrooper Joseph Beyrle, photographed while in England, is believed to have been the only US soldier to have served in both the US Armed Forces and the Soviet Red Army during the Second World War...

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The Army has My Soldier, But I Have his Heart Handstamped Necklace with Flag Heart

The Army has My Soldier But I Have his Heart by WireNWhimsy

Our home is full of combat boots, dog tags, camo, tearful see ya soon's, welcome homes and daily prayer...Thank you to all who have gone before and to all who continue to serve...A special "thank you" to my 3 personal hero's...love ya boys <3 HOOAH!

Members of the 82nd Airborne fill the sky over Fort Bragg, N.C., headquarters for the elite Army outfit, when 2nd Lt. Randy White of Port Charlotte, Fla. served with the 325th Regiment. Photo provided

An Operational Detachment Alpha from 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) (7 SFG (A)) begin to be lifted off the ground by a CH-47 Chinook helicopter during a training event Eglin Base Air Force Base, Fla., Feb. 5, 2013. Green Berets from 7SFG (A) participated in a training event in which they practiced Special Purpose Insertion Extraction (SPIE). Spies are used to rapidly insert or extract soldiers from terrain that does not allow helicopters to land. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Steven Young)

Female snipers of the 3rd Army, Belorussian Front, pose for a victory day photo. Collectively, they scored nearly 700 confirmed kills -- perfect ratio of number of defenders vs enemy killed.

US 507th Airborne Infantry Regiment, the US Army Airborne School at Fort Benning---ahh, memories of such a great command...