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Screaming Eagles. What an amazing group of men and one hell of a story. Much respect.
I have an autographed photo from ol’ Gonorrhea himself, Bill Guarnere, of the 506th. It’s a picture of them jumping into Holland during Market Garden. A prized possession of mine.
Soldiers of the regiment: June 5, 1944 – D-DAY
Today, and as you read this, you are en route to that great adventure for which you have trained for over two years.
Tonight is the night of nights.
Tomorrow throughout the whole of our homeland and the Allied world the bells will ring out the tidings that you have arrived, and the invasion for liberation has begun.
The hopes and prayers of your dear ones accompany you, the confidence of your high commanders goes with you. The fears of the Germans are about to become a reality.
Let us strike hard. When the going is tough, let us go harder. Imbued with faith in the rightness of our cause, and the power of our might, let us annihilate the enemy where found.
May God be with each of you fine soldiers. By your actions let us justify His faith in us.
Colonel Robert Sink Regimental Commander, 506th P.I.R, 101st Airborne Division
Looks like their face camo is wrong, you’re supposed to break up the features of the face with irregular patterns, not just colour it in.