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Photo:  SC189920 - American paratrooper, among the first to make successful landings on the continent, holds a Nazi flag captured in a village assault. Utah Beach, St. Marcouf, France. 8 June 1944

SC189920 - American paratrooper, among the first to make successful landings on the continent, holds a Nazi flag captured in a village assault. Utah Beach, St. Marcouf, France. 8 June 1944

Photo:  SC354700 - HOLLANDThe haystack at right would have softened the landing for this paratrooper who hit the earth head first during operations in Holland by the 1st Allied Airborne Army. 24 September 1944.

SC354700 - HOLLAND
The haystack at right would have softened the landing for this paratrooper who hit the earth head first during operations in Holland by the 1st Allied Airborne Army. 24 September 1944.

Photo:  SC246723 - The members of the 101st Airborne Division, right, are on guard for enemy tanks, on the road leading to Bastogne, Belgium. They are armed with bazookas. 23 Dec 1944.

SC246723 - The members of the 101st Airborne Division, right, are on guard for enemy tanks, on the road leading to Bastogne, Belgium. They are armed with bazookas. 23 Dec 1944.

Photo:  SC200476 - Members of the 101st Airborne Division walk past dead comrades, killed during the Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne, Belgium, the town in which this division was besieged for ten days. This photo was taken on Christmas Day. 1944

SC200476 - Members of the 101st Airborne Division walk past dead comrades, killed during the Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne, Belgium, the town in which this division was besieged for ten days. This photo was taken on Christmas Day. 1944

Photo: SC415376 - BASTOGNE, BELGIUM Troops of the 101st Airborne Division watch C-47?s drop supplies to them. 26 December 1944.

SC415376 - BASTOGNE, BELGIUM
Troops of the 101st Airborne Division watch C-47ís drop supplies to them. 26 December 1944.

Photo:  SC236662 - The pilot of a C-47 cargo transport crash lands safely after having dropped supplies to elements of the 101st Airborne Division which has successfully repulsed all attempts to capture the besieged city of Bastogne, Belgium. 30 Dec 1944.

SC236662 - The pilot of a C-47 cargo transport crash lands safely after having dropped supplies to elements of the 101st Airborne Division which has successfully repulsed all attempts to capture the besieged city of Bastogne, Belgium. 30 Dec 1944.

Photo:  SC415380 - BRIEALF, GERMANY  C-47s of the 101st Airborne Division drop supplies on the 4th Infantry Division Sector. This became necessary when rains and early thaw made roads impassable in this area. The supplies consisted of rations, gas, and ammunition. 13 February 1945.

SC415380 - BRIEALF, GERMANY
C-47s of the 101st Airborne Division drop supplies on the 4th Infantry Division Sector. This became necessary when rains and early thaw made roads impassable in this area. The supplies consisted of rations, gas, and ammunition. 13 February 1945.

Photo:  SC415381 - BRIEALF, GERMANY  C-47s of the 101st Airborne Division drop supplies on the 4th Infantry Division Sector. This became necessary when rains and early thaw made roads impassable in this area. The supplies consisted of rations, gas, and ammunition. 13 February 1945.

SC415381 - BRIEALF, GERMANY
C-47s of the 101st Airborne Division drop supplies on the 4th Infantry Division Sector. This became necessary when rains and early thaw made roads impassable in this area. The supplies consisted of rations, gas, and ammunition. 13 February 1945.

Photo:  SC253856 - The 101st Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium 12/31/45.

SC253856 - The 101st Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium 12/31/45.