Dick Winters Signed Photo Band of Brothers 506th 101st

8 x 10 Photograph of Easy Company Commander Major Dick Winters taken in 1945 in his fully decorated Class A uniform with facsimile signature in black ink.

Dick Winters is one of the most widely respected and admired field commanders to serve in the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment during WWII, the legendary battlefield commander of Easy Company, who led his men with distinction from Normandy through the end of the war.

Lt. Winters jumped into the flak filled skies over France on June 6, 1944 w he assumed command of Easy Company in the days that followed. He led his men with determination and guts and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for knocking out a key 105 mm Artillery emplacement that was hammering the Utah beach landings. He led his men through pitched battles and held heavily contested front lines in Carentan, Operation Market Garden in Holland w he made his second combat jump, and the defense of Bastogne in the Battle of the Bulge. He directed efforts as Company Commander, Battalion XO and Commander all the way to Germany to Nazi headquarters in Berchtesgaden, and the taking of Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest.

Published in high resolution with sharp detail on premium quality paper, this ready for framing photo displays the digital facsimile autograph with his rank "Major RD Winters" under his famous
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