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Run by former 509er's, the site delivers 509th airborne past and present news as well as a chance to talk and find friends. (id.87)
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Welcome to the 1st Battalion (ABN) 509th Infantry, Joint Readiness Command, Fort Polk, Louisiana Home page. (id.78)
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Preserve and honor the memory, the history, and the esprit de corps of those who have served in the 506th Parachute Infantry and its successors - the 506th Airborne Infantry, the 506th Infantry (Airborne), the 506th Infantry (Airmobile), and the 506th Infantry (Air Assault). (id.76)
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508th Airborne Regiment Combat Team, Fort Campbell, KY. Wil Charette. (id.85)
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Charlie Company 509 Parachute Infantry Regiment Airborne Pathfinder Association Homepage. Reunion information, Photos, Links... (id.11827)
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82nd Abn Division's 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment. Regiment Pathfinder Co. 101 Abn. Division ( Air Assault) 17 Avn. Bde Pathfinder Section C/509 Inf. (Pathfinder). (id.83)
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The Triple Nickel was the all-black 555th Parachute Infantry Company. They arrived at Fort Benning, Georgia for airborne training in December 1943. (id.81)
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Welcome to "THE ROCK" Boscomantico, Italy. Share memories and contact info. Mark 'Steely' Neilsen and David Wilhelm got this going around the 1st of April 2005. (id.12990)
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Activated as a result of a recommendation made in December 1942 by the Advisory Committee on Negro Troop Policies. (id.80)
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The 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion, or "Triple Nickles," succeeded in becoming the nation's first all-black parachute infantry test platoon, company, and battalion. (id.79)
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Camp Blanding, Florida in 1942, Douve River north to Ste. Mere-Eglise, Normandy , The 508th remained on occupation duty in Frankfurt until November, 1946. (id.86)
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