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May 30, 2016

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May 19, 2016
From a 101st airborne soldier of Vietnam. Rest in peace sir. I hope to see you in heaven when I get there. May you be wrapped in an angles wings.

AIR BORNE
CURRAHEE
March 24, 2016
I really appreciate the leadership skills Major Dick Winters displayed while leading his men across Europe in World War II. He was right saying they had a story to tell. Easy Company's success was tthe most inspiring and awesome story I've ever read about, and easily the best war story I've seen on video. I too wish I could have met Dick Winters. And he was a good family man who worked hard and succeeded after the war.
January 6, 2016
Major Winters...you were a true man among men.. I only hope I can be half the man that you and my father were... America will miss you forever and will respect all the work you did for all of us... thank you sir and may you rest in piece.
December 11, 2015
Major Richard Winters was a true Patriot & an American hero. After the BAND OF BROTHERS series, reading everything I could about Major Winters, the 506th, and the men that served under him. I watched interviews and bought dvd's, where Major Winters talked about his experiences during WWII and his men. My 'dream' was to meet Major Winters & some of his men on the Band of Brothers tour from Curahee to Hitler's mountaintop home. What a wonderful experience that would have been!!!
The respect & admiration that I experienced for Major Winters and his men is pride, respect, and appreciation for their service. Thousands gave their lives to fight against Nazism & tyranny and many were from the 506th...true hero's!!!!
Thank you for your service Major Winters & the men of the 506th...
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