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ArmyParatrooper.Org
You have found the premier internet Dropzone for all Paratroopers to link up with fellow "Brothers of the Silk".
Inside this website showcases the comraderie that the Airborne brotherhood is all about. Here at ArmyParatrooper.org, we have two main purposes:
   To be the best place on the internet for Paratroopers of all eras to gather and take part in fellowship with other like minded individuals that have served their country honorably.
   To offer mentorship and assistance to those who aspire to join the military.

 

101st Airborne Division Vietnam Veterans
This site is dedicated to the brotherhood of Veterans who were assigned or attached to the 101st Airborne Division, 101st Air Cavalry Division or the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) in Vietnam.

 

Easy 506TH
Our goal is to accurately portray Airborne troopers of World War II.  We do WWII  tactical battle events (both private and public), living history, and display programs.

 

 

Welcome to Tiger Force
These pages are intended to honor and memorialize the men of 1/327 Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division, especially the men of Tiger Force Recon, from any year and any theater, both Active Duty and Veterans. The site currently contains photos from the Viet Nam era, and mostly from my time with the Tigers. It also has team photos from 4 different years

B-2/501ST INF (101ST ABN DIV) RVN 67-72
Photo of A good looking Indian And A great Airborne Site.

 

Paratrooper.Net
You might be Airborne if... Your favorite beer is someone else's

PETER GRIFFIN'S VIET NAM VETERAN WEB SITE
Promotes patriotism by honoring America's veterans through military and PTSD poetry, family military history, combat articles and new book announcement.
WANTED: Vietnam veterans who are willing to share their memories of combat, other first-hand happenings, emotions, and feelings while in Vietnam, and especially after the war, to date, for use in a book, tentatively titled THEY CAME HOME. All opinions welcome, success and stress. Confidentiality assured, with your real name used or not, as you wish.
Contact Olga Gruhzit-Hoyt at 143 Main Street, apt.2, Delhi, New York, 13753, or email: olga@dmcom.net or (607) 746-7882

 

 

101st Airborne Division ( Air Assault ) Home Page
They come from the day and night sky by parachute, glider and helicopter. They put their lives on the line to keep our nation free and many pay the ultimate price for that dedication to duty and country.

 

The Delta Raiders
Delta Company has the distinct and proud honor of being one of the only two infantry company's in Vietnam War to have " Two Medal of Honor Recipients"
Sgt. Joe Hooper and Sgt. Clifford Sims.

 

Tales of the 173rd Airborne Brigade
Stories of the Herd(173), In country, Home and the world, personal favorites, Grandkids

 

173rdAirborne.com
Dedicated to All SkySoldiers   Our Enemies Deserve the Very Best

 

82d AIRBORNE DIVISION

As the largest parachute force in the free world, the 82d Airborne Division is trained to deploy anywhere, at any time, to fight upon arrival and to win. From cook to computer operator, from infantryman or engineer, every soldier in the 82d is airborne qualified. Almost every piece of divisional combat equipment can be dropped by parachute onto the field of battle.

 

The Army Airborne School (Fort Benning)
I am the Infantry--Queen of Battle! For two centuries I have kept our Nation safe, Purchasing freedom with my blood. To tyrants, I am the day of reckoning; to the oppressed, the hope for the future. Where the fighting is thick, there am I?I am the Infantry! FOLLOW ME!


A Salute to Paratroopers of the 40's


SALUTES THE  PARATROOPERS
THAT STARTED THE AIRBORNE TRADITION
THE PARATROOPERS OF THE 40'S.


Airborne Parachute Badge
The first Parachute badge was designed by Captain William P. Yarborough of the 501st Parachute Battalion during World War II . A memorandum of record written by Captain Yarborough on April 22, 1941, tells the story of the birth of the parachute badge.

The Parachute Industry Association

The Parachute Industry Association is comprised of companies and individuals united by a common desire to improve business opportunities in this segment of aviation.

 

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