Stands Alone, Together, Forever

by James Dietz

The 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, “Currahee”—which is Cherokee for “Stands Alone”—was established on July 20, 1942 at Camp Toccoa, Georgia. Throughout World War II, the 506th gained a tremendous reputation as one of the best fighting units in the Army. The Currahee Regiment received Presidential Unit Citations for combat action in Normandy and Bastogne with battle streamers for action in Normandy, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe. The 506th was inactivated at the end of World War II and later assigned as a training unit at Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky and later moved to Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

StandsAloneTogetherForever by James Dietz

Stands, Alone, Together, Forever

Image Size: 24″ x 12″
Overall Size: 30″ x 18.50″
506 Military Edition
250 Publisher Proof Edition
100 Artist Proof Edition
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