The photo shows then-Staff Sgt. Louis A. Capozzoli, and he is not on his way to steal your girl.
On January 26, 1945, the most decorated service member of World War II earned his legacy in a fiery fashion.
"They just weren't like normal Mainers in November. You just never saw anybody walking without boots when it was snowy...
The main goal of the 588th was to disorient and sleep deprive the enemy, and it became clear they were...
“It shows just how tough they were and why they were able to endure so much during the war.
"I've stood up behind a machine gun and burned through six barrels in two hours, and there was nothing left...
For their bravery, Knuth and his fellow soldiers would come to be known as the Iron Men of Metz.
Reeser's grave is a double plot shared with his brother Donald, a Marine killed during the Korean War.
“It was a story of valor untouched by any other episode I know of."
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