A portion of every sale benefits the D-Day Squadron!

Print Size: 32" x 22.5"
Screen colors may vary from print

"Into the Night"
-The Americans Have Arrived
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a fine art print by Matt Hall

June 6, 1944, soon after 1:00 a.m. . . . Across Normandy charge the C-47s of IX Troop Carrier Command and their fighting cargo, the paratroopers of the 101st & 82nd Airborne Divisions.

They have come to liberate the oppressed. Braving walls of clouds, German flak, and with just the moon to shine their path, the pilots toggle the green light over French fields and villages like Sainte-Mère-Église, a sign to the paratroopers—Go!

With church bells ringing below and the prayers of the world behind them, the boys of the 101st and 82nd Divisions brush fear aside and jump into the night.

Only 500 prints, signed and numbered by
artist Matt Hall & 3 D-Day veterans:

INCLUDES
COA with "History Behind the Art"
Prints are sold unframed
Earl McClung
Easy Company
506th PIR
Fred Trenck
C-47 Pilot
441st TCG
"Duke" Boswell
505th PIR,
4 WWII jumps!

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Print Size: 32" x 22.5"
Screen colors may vary from print

"Pride of our Nation"
-The Liberation Begins
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a fine art print by Matt Hall

June 6, 1944, above occupied France . . . With church bells ringing, paratroopers of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions descend in and around towns such as Sainte-Mère-Église. A short time prior, these young men were students, farm hands, soda jerks, and factory workers. Now, they will fight for their lives and more—to liberate the oppressed.

Soon, across the Atlantic, Pres. Roosevelt will go on the radio and lead the country in a prayer for their safety. He will speak for every citizen and bestow a new title on the warriors of D-Day. He will call them the “pride of our nation.”

Only 490 prints, signed and numbered by
artist Matt Hall & 2 D-Day veterans:
INCLUDES
Color COA with "History Behind the Art"
Prints are sold unframed
Fred Trenck
C-47 Pilot
441st TCG
Ed Tipper
Easy Company
506th
PIR

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Print Size: 32" x 22.5"
Screen colors may vary f/print

"For God and Country"
- A D-Day Prayer
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a fine art print by Gil Cohen

June 5, 1944, Upottery Airfield, England . . . as the sun sets, the 101st Airborne paratroopers of Easy Company’s Stick 70 receive a blessing from their beloved regimental chaplain,
Captain John Maloney.

On this, the “Night of Nights,” the paratroopers and the aircrew who will carry them into action will begin a new battle in France for the salvation of the free world. When the blessing concludes the men will don their parachutes to go serve God and country.

Only 180 prints, signed and numbered
by artist Gil Cohen & 2 D-Day veterans:

INCLUDES
Color COA with "History Behind the Art"
Prints are sold unframed
Earl McClung
Easy Company
506th PIR
Ed Tipper
Easy Company
506th PIR

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Operation Market Garden
Print Size: 31" x 19"
Screen colors may vary from print

"The Veterans"
- A D-Day Prayer
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a fine art print by James Dietz

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 WWII’s largest airborne invasion to date: Operation Market Garden, a surprise jump to secure vital bridges and roadways in Holland.

Among these units is Easy Company, 506th PIR, seen here. On this morning, the company’s veterans give the new replacements a helping hand. Checking harnesses, uttering encouragements, the veterans’ bravado will settle the rookies’ nerves. Someday, when the new guys look back, they’ll understand: it’s just another day in a company of heroes.

Only 190 prints, signed and numbered by
James Dietz & 4 Market Garden veterans:
Louis Venditti
HQ Company
506th P.I.R.
Don Shady
C-47 Pilot
435th TCG
Al Mampre
Easy Company
506th P.I.R.
Richard Rohleder
320th Glider
Field Artillery

D-DAY SQUADRON PRICING:

Prints are sold unframed
INCLUDES
Color COA with "History Behind the Art"