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  1. The American soldiers arrived in 1917 with the official entry of the USA in the WW1 were not nevertheless the first American to be taken part in this conflict Dice 1914 an small group of young and courageous American (whose majority lived in France) enthusiast of adventure but especially of idealism and love whith France, were committed in the French Army becoming Pilots in the "French AirForce". They were the first American of all the History to help and to fight for the country which had helped their country to become independent during the American independence war The French Army formed them and gathered them in an "American" squadron belonging to the French Army They were equipped with the famous French aircrafts of the WW1, Nieuport between 1915 and 1916 and the most powerful SPAD (one of best and perhaps even the best aircraft of the WW1) in 1916 This Squadron was baptized "Escradrille Lafayette" in honor of this famous French, the French Army and France who fought beside the American colonists in the American independence war vs UK
  2. Wow! very amazing at first it looks like kaos, but these guys are like a machine the way they work . Hell yeah! Vee
  3. Go Normandie

    J-1 and go Normandy... To honor the memory of my 13 soldiers that I flowered the graves
  4. Go Normandie

    it is natural fertilizer with a mixture of fiber, cork and sand
  5. When the allies landed in Europe towards the end of WW2 there was a desperate need to quickly restore rail services over damaged bridges. This newsreel shows the activities undertaken by the military when they were rebuilding the bridges. Vee
  6. December 17 1944...The Malmedy massacre ; was a war crime in which 84 American prisoners of war were murdered by their German captors during . The massacre was committed by members of Kampfgruppe Peiper (part of the 1st SS Panzer Division), , during the Battle of the Bulge.
  7. Magazines Yank

    I buy three magazines Yank being auctioned on ebay. I took away to(gained) them for 15 euro each . I am very happy of my purchase , they are in an magnificent state !! VEE
  8. An inspiration to all !! http://qpolitical.com/when-letterman-read-a-list-of-this-marines-injuries-his-response-left-the-whole-room-silent/
  9. what a remarkable young man ... & he's cute too! when he smiles his face just lights up! What a great example for others! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm7uZIHmXE0
  10. If a Marine won't answer it, you know it's a loaded question!!
  11. I say thank you for fighting for our freedom. God Bless of you
  12. A gift was given Thursday unlike any other. Catherine Wallace, 90, was given her late husband’s dog tag from World War II. ... http://on.aol.com/video/70-years-later--widow-given-husbands-wwii-dog-tag-found-in-france-518689194
  13. Today is the 70th anniversary of the battle of Iwo Jima On the fifth day of battle, one of the most historic events of World War II took place. On February 23rd, the 48-star American flag was raised on Japanese soil for the first time atop Mt. Suribachi. Joe Rosenthal’s photograph of the second, larger flag to be raised that day became an iconic image and the most recognized symbol of WWII American heroism. Thank You For Your Services & Sacrifice.
  14. Well we know who the boss is on the play ground 
  15. My god a movie with a great actor (Jack O'Connell) movie trailer really makes you want to see more, I look forward to its release. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk1M_HwmFMM
  16. Unbroken - Official Trailer

    I went to see the film this Saturday !! Superb film, I think, is among the best films of guerre.Puissant, a moving story, violent ... sometimes I would have wanted to give some shots to crazy Japanese. Love the song love the film even more !!

    kiss on a station platform
  18. Medic and Corpsman

    American soldier lies dead in gutter of Schevenhutte, Germany, after being hit by flak from German guns. Medics had just given first aid, to no avail. December 22, 1944. Sgt. J. A. DeMarco. (Army Surgeon General)

    kiss of freedom


    I love this pictures !!
  22. Medic and Corpsman

    Funny pictures I need Peter plumber at the home