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    That must be an impossibility even if you know nothing about WWII,you would know of them from all the movies,books,video games and televisions series based off there story.

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    tehy were one of the best airborne division, and they had one of the best captains-**** Winters

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    YEAH!!!!!!!!

    101st airborne got in some of the worst situation on this earth and they always made it out alive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly View Post
    Actually the first allied Airborne to go into action was the OX and Bucks, who also sufferred the 1st death of D-Day, Lt Den Brotheridge. While the UK Airborne mainly achieved their aims, the US drop was woefull, many aircraft dropped too fast scattering Paras over a wide range. Although in some ways this did help sow confusion among the Germans.

    A nice little Brit site is here:

    http://www.normandiememoire.com/NM60...sto3_p8_gb.htm
    The drops was indeed chaotic. But one cannot underestimate how effective this was in blunting the German counterattack. I believe they vastly overestimated the numbers of airborne troopers on the ground and this caused some temporary paralysis in the high commands reaction to the situation...

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    Ha! I just realized this thread is two years old!

    In any case, I bet a lot of people don't know that the 101st is no longer an airborne division, but is now riding choppers into battle as an "air assault" division...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PzKpfw VI Tiger View Post
    Good question Erwin, I bet everyone on this site knows something about the 101 Airbourne Division
    you are right but you spelled airborne wrong.

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    they had the best training and mmen anywhere at any time.

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