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The Veterans by James Dietz

The Veterans

All across England, they prepare to jump. The "Screaming Eagles," the "All-American" boys, the British "Red Devils," soon the troop carrier transports will whisk them away for World War II's largest airborne invasion to date: Operation Market Garden, a surprise jump to secure vital bridges and roadways in Holland. learn more »

Fury From the Sky by James Dietz

Fury From the Sky

The 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the famed 82d Airborne Division jumped into Normandy, France, as part of the invasion on D Day, 6 June 1944. learn more »

We Build, We Fight by James Dietz

We Build, We Fight

Seabees – their simple motto tells their story: “We build, We fight.” For 75 years the Seabees have demonstrated their skills as builders and fighters. From the islands of the Pacific, to the jungles of Vietnam, to the mountains of Bosnia, and to the sands of the Mideast; they have built and fought around the globe for freedom through the years to preserve our liberties abroad and at home. In peacetime, they have been goodwill ambassadors, sharing American values across the world. In peace and in war, they have lived their slogan: “Can Do!” learn more »

On the Night Before by James Dietz

On the Night Before

The Class of 2016 proudly presents the Command and General Staff College with an original oil painting honoring the 75th anniversary of airborne operations by featuring the Allied invasion of Normandy, France in 1944. learn more »

Hold Fast by James Dietz

Hold Fast

Just two days prior, the German forces had demanded the surrender of the 101st Airborne, threatening them with "total annihilation." In reply came the answer: "Nuts!" learn more »

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