"We Band of Brothers" photo autographed by Easy Company paratroopers
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Taken in England during 1944, this group photo shows Easy Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne paratroopers including among others, Don Malarkey, Rod Bain, Joy Toye, Ed Mauser, and Ed Joint.
This photo is autographed in black marker by Band of Brothers paratroopers Don Malarkey and Al Mampre. The photo features a caption identifying who is in the image, reproduced from Don Malarkey's own penmanship and an exclusively designed vintage motif.
Shipping added in checkout // photo size: 8" x 10" // ships flat in a heavy-duty envelope
Easy Company (506th PIR, 101st Airborne), veteran of D-Day (& Brecourt Manor), Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge, Bronze Star w/Oak Leaf Cluster, Author of "Easy Company Soldier."
101st medic, "Toccoa" man, helped prep paratroopers for D-Day. Joined Easy Company (506th PIR) for Market Garden & Battle of the Bulge. Saved the life of Lt. Brewer, shot by a sniper. The same sniper would wound Al.
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