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Four years after his death, remembering Dick Winters with 27 images - some you may not have seen before - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/67207.html

Dick Winters (left) and two fellow officers who “didn’t make it” at Toccoa

Back together ten years after the war. ( L to R, bottom): Bill, Chuck Grant, Harry Welsh, George Luz; ( top, standing): Ken Baldwin, Dick Wright, Babe, Shifty Powers.

Back together ten years after the war. ( L to R, bottom): Bill, Chuck Grant, Harry Welsh, George Luz; ( top, standing): Ken Baldwin, Dick Wright, Babe, Shifty Powers.

Winters and Speirs on Utah Beach. This was the first time the two veterans had seen each other since 1945

Dick Winters and Ronald Speirs, Airborne, 506 PIR, Easy Company, on Utah Beach. This was the first time the two veterans had seen each other since Band of Brothers

The Men of Easy Company: Ron Speirs  by Marcus Brotherton

Easy Company (Band of Brothers) - Ron Spiers

Ronald Speirs was a pit-bull of a soldier, distinctively tough, exceptional and intimidating. He was the last commander of the legendary Easy Co, PIR, Airborne (the Band of Brothers)

Nixon and Sobel, the REAL Band of Brothers!!

The real Band of Brothers - from left to right: Warren Roush, Lewis Nixon (with the cigarette), Dick Winters (with his back to the camera) and Herbert Sobel during training exercises, 1943

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