We Fought Through

We Fought Through

Often overlooked in Operation Overlord is that, after opening the critical Vierville Draw, the 116th Infantry Regiment, elements of the 2nd Ranger Battalion and the 5th Ranger Battalion were to immediately turn west to relieve Colonel James Earl Rudder on Pointe du Hoc.

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Wolfhound Legacy

Wolfhound Legacy

Here, we have a scene combining two battlefields – Iraq and Afghanistan. The 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry served in Iraq from January 2004 to February 2005, conducting security and stability operations in the vicinity of the city of Kirkuk.

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29 Let’s Go

29 Let’s Go

For over three years, since induction into active service on February 3, 1941, the National Guardsmen of the 29th Blue and Gray Division had been preparing for this moment.

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Day of Days

Day of Days

Fresh from their baptism of fire, the “Screaming Eagles” of Easy, Dog, and Fox companies, 506th PIR, regroup and rearm, having silenced the guns of Brécourt Manor.

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At the Crossroads

At the Crossroads

On June 6, 1944, mission Boston was initiated by the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division as a component of Operation Neptune.

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We Happy Few

We Happy Few

General Omar Bradley, commanding the First U.S. Army, had waited anxiously for the linkup of Omaha and Utah beachheads before declaring success in the American sector following D-Day.

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Authorized Dealer of Artist James DietzThrough his meticulous attention to detail and historical accuracy, Dietz creates compelling images of the men and machinery that have shaped our century; recreating moments out of history and bringing to life stories from the past. Learn more

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