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Pvt W.H. Tucker, during training at Cp. Toccoa, Georgia, Sep 42 - Tucker joined the Army 15 Aug 42, at 18 and volunteered for Parachute Infantry . After training, he was assigned to F Co / 506th Prcht Inf Regt and later transferred to French Morocco in April/May 42, as a member of unassigned parachute troops to 5th US Army Headquarters - he finally ended up being attached to the 82d Abn Div, after its Sicily combat jump, and joined I Co / 505th Prcht Inf Regt for the rest of WWII ...

Pvt W.H. Tucker, during training at Cp. Toccoa, Georgia, Sep 42 - Tucker joined the Army 15 Aug 42, at 18 and volunteered for Parachute Infantry . After training, he was assigned to F Co / 506th Prcht Inf Regt and later transferred to French Morocco in April/May 42, as a member of unassigned parachute troops to 5th US Army Headquarters - he finally ended up being attached to the 82d Abn Div, after its Sicily combat jump, and joined I Co / 505th Prcht Inf Regt for the rest of WWII ...

Alex Penkala (1924-1945) One of the originals at Camp Toccoa, Georgia, Penkala jumped at D-Day, Operation Market Garden,and the Battle of the Bulge. Alex Penkala was killed in action, just outside the Belgian town, Foy, by German artillery. Sgt "Skip" Muck was in the same foxhole at the time and was also killed.

The real Band of Brothers: Alex Penkala

This is Richard Winters of the famed Easy Company made known by the HBO mini-series Band Of Brothers. Not only was Winters an exemplary commander that led his men through some tough shit he was also a total babe. Here he is looking hot at Camp Toccoa Georgia, 1942.

This is Richard Winters of the famed Easy Company made known by the HBO mini-series Band Of Brothers. Winters was an exemplary commander that led his men through some tough shit.

Sgt Warren "Skip" Muck (1922–1945). One of the originals who trained in Camp Toccoa, Georgia, Muck fought in D-Day, Operation Market Garden, and the Battle of the Bulge. Muck and his friend Alex Penkala were killed from a direct hit in their foxhole from German artillery just outside the Belgian town of Foy. His Best Friend Donald Malarkey was deeply traumatized from his death.

Skip Muck at Camp Mackall of Easy Company

Alex Penkala (1924-1945) One of the originals at Camp Toccoa, Georgia, Penkala jumped at D-Day, Operation Market Garden,and the Battle of the Bulge. Alex Penkala was killed in action, just outside the Belgian town, Foy, by German artillery.  Sgt "Skip" Muck was in the same foxhole at the time and was also killed.

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Easy Company were the 2nd Battalion of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment,    US 101st Airborne Division during World War II,

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US 101st Airborne Division

Easy Company were the Battalion of the Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Airborne Division during World War II, though they are better known to many as the company of soldiers portrayed in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers

Band of Brothers. Master Sergeant Albert Blithe (June 25, 1923 – December 17, 1967) was a career soldier who had been a Private First Class with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, in the 101st Airborne Division during World War II.

Master Sergeant Albert Blithe (June 1923 –December was a career soldier who had been a Private First Class with Easy Company, Battalion, Parachute Infantry Regiment, in the Airborne Division. A real Band of Brothers soldier.

Dick Winters paratrooper airborne wwii

Life Advice From Major Dick Winters

Major Richard Winters was a United States Army officer and decorated war veteran. He commanded Company "E", Battalion, Parachute Infantry Regiment, Airborne Division, during World War II. The miniseries 'Band of Brothers' was about this company.

Sgt William M. True. Served with 506th PIR Company F,  2nd Battalion, from training at Camp Toccoa, Georgia, through Normandy, Holland, Bastogne and the Battle of the Bulge, to Alsace and Berchtesgaden.

The Parachute Infantry Regiment(PIR) - Battalion Trooper Pictures

Richard D. Winters at Toccoa Training Camp Georgia in 1942.

Richard D. Winters at Toccoa Training Camp Georgia in 1942.

A view like no other. Currahee Mountain - Toccoa, Georgia

A view like no other. Currahee Mountain - Toccoa, Georgia

Coat of Arms - Shield - The blue field is for the Infantry, the 506th's arm of the service. Thunderbolt indicates the regiment's particular threat and technique to attack: striking with speed, power, and surprise from the sky. Six parachutes represent the fact that the 506th was in the sixth parachute regiment activated in the Army. The green silhouette represents the Currahee Mountain - and symbolizes the organization's strength, independence, and ability to stand alone

The PIR was an experimental airborne regiment created in 1942 at Camp Toccoa, Georgia. Easy Company missions were to involve being parachuted from transport airplanes over hostile territory.

Sergeant Warren (Skip) Muck, January  31st 1922- January 10th 1945. Muck was born and raised in Tonawanda, New York. His family was German and Muck was fluent in German, although he might have been quiet about it in the service.When Muck was a young kid, he skipped whenever he moved  Muck enlisted in the Army after graduating highschool in 1942 at Buffalo, New York. Muck was assigned to Easy Company in Camp Toccoa, Georgia, and received training under Captain Herbert Sobel.

Sergeant Warren (Skip) Muck, January January Muck was born…

Training at Camp Toccoa, Georgia 1942

A Stage Paratrooper Training, Camp Toccoa, 1942

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US 101st Airborne Division.

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US 101st Airborne Division

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Airborne Division - Telegraph

First Lieutenant Winters of Easy Company, 2nd Platoon, 506th PIR during training at Camp Toccoa, Georgia

How Richard 'Dick' Winters' “Band of Brothers” saved Utah Beach.

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