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    GREAT! Thanks for sharing with us!!
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    Love the picture of the lone M36 crossing a field...
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    Great photos...thanx.



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    Great oneliner! Certainly most true. Thanks, it made my day.

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    Thanks, Nickdfresh. Very good slide presentation. Reminds me of one of the best black and white movies, in my opinion, of that period. The movie,"Battleground", came out around 1950, and I still have a copy of it.
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    Wonderful Slide show.

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    going to colour those photos

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    here's my coloured pic:

    (made it fast so the quality is low)

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    i love the 30 cal foxhole position, great pic

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    I find it interesting that some of the same camouflage techniques are still used today!

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    very nice nick,. ,. ths for sharing
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    I find it curious that the current U.S. combat soldier more closely resembles the look of the assault rifle toting, camo-speckled, SS panzer-troopers - that were the opposition back then..

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    My dad was 506th.
    I always wonder if he is one of the guys in Bastogne pics.
    There is one with a guy in a Tiger 2 commanders hatch sure looks like him and my aunts agree.
    Who knows?
    Said he never changed clothes for over 30 days.
    I have a 101 patch he wore then-it is completely blackened from dirt and grime.
    Thought about donating it to the 101 Museum at Ft Campbell.

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