General Omar N. Bradley, 1944 here is one of the finest and greatest general around and best friend to general patton if i would have served i ww2 i would have followed ole blood and guts and general bradley to hell and back....1SG MARSICO
1944, Battle of the Bulge: A major German offensive against Allied forces in the Ardennes, December 16-January 25, 1945, is the bloodiest battle fought by the US in World War II. German soldiers advance past a knocked-out US halftrack.
Soldados del 7th Infantry Regiment US, Berchtesgaden, 1945.
Mohammad Gulab ~ just call him Hero. When Operation Redwing went bad in Afghanistan three Seals lost their lives. But one, Marcus Luttrell, survived. Blown off a ridge, alone, injured,and thought to be dead Luttrell was taken in by Gulab and protected. He defiantly refused to hand over Luttrell to the Taliban even as they burned down his home and threatened the lives of his family and village members. Gulab trekked to an American military post and brought help for Luttrell, saving his life…
9th Air Force fighter-bombers caught this train trying to cross the Moselle River and destroyed both it and the bridge it was on. (U.S. Air Force photo) Co