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Modern Era Photos of Men of The 508th


Proper Welcome
Allan Wood returns from Washington Honor Flight trip and is greeted by his sister Flo Shoecraft

Allan Wood
in his later years
Elmer S. Wooten
(Hq 1st)

 

Arnie Wouten,
Belgian Re-enactor in 508th Footsteps March, 1999


Arnie Wouten
at Foley Monument, Beek, Holland, Sep 1999


John M. Wright (Lt Gen, Ret.


Jim Wynn
revisits Saltby airfield, June 2007

(courtesy of Tony Rogers)

It All Started Here
James Wynn surveys Saltby airfield, June 2007

(courtesy of Tony Rogers)


Jim Wynn Slept Here
at his tent site in Wollaton's 'Tent City'

(courtesy of Graham Lawson)


Old Jerusalem
was a favorite haunt "back in the day" . Jim chats with Rob McMonagle
(courtesy of Graham Lawson)


Jim Wynn
Amfreville, June 2007

(courtesy of Bill Nation and Graham Lawson)


Jim Wynn Salutes
in Amfreville, June 2007

(courtesy of Bill Nation)
Treasured Autograph
Jim pens his name for a member of the Ste. Mere Eglise Historical Society

(courtesy of Graham Lawson)
Déjà Vue
Jim was a machine gunner and looking over this weapon had to bring back memories

(courtesy of Graham Lawson)
Band of Merry Men
seemed a fairy tale before the 508th hit Nottingham and then, there he was!  Robin Hood suddenly seemed real.

(courtesy Graham Lawson)
Remembrance
Jim visits the Normandy Cemetery to honor fallen comrades

(courtesy of Graham Lawson)
Live History Lesson
Jim addresses a group of English school girls while visiting Ste. Mere Eglise
(courtesy of Graham Lawson)
Accolades
were given to [l-r] Bill Sullivan (505, ex-POW), Bob Murphy (505), Jim Wynne (508) and Reed Pelfry (101) during June 2007 ceremonies.

(courtesy of Graham Lawson)


E. Joseph and Mary Wnukowski

 
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