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Audie Murphy 20 June 1925 – 28 May 1971 ~ An American Hero! ~He was the most highly decorated American soldier of WWII, Congressional Medal of Honor and all. He was and weighed 110 pounds.

The Biography of Audie Murphy (ArmyStudyGuide.com)

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HEROES : Melissa Stockwell: Was the first female American soldier in history to lose a limb in active combat and was the first Iraq War veteran to compete in the Paralympic Games as a swimmer in 2008

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June Today in History: Audie Leon Murphy, one of the most famous and decorated American combat Soldiers of World War II, was born. More about this hero here. Texas History, World History, Art History, Charles Bronson, Historia Universal, Military Veterans, Military Army, Military Life, Real Hero

The 94 Most Badass Soldiers Who Ever Lived

War! You know what it is good for? Stories of unfathomable badassery, that's what. Over the years, we at Cracked have gathered a formidable collection of these stories, and we've put the very best of them here so that a whole new generation of readers can feel

World War II, November The pilot in the cockpit of his Lancaster bomber +Admiral Prune+ prior to take-off Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Aircraft Photos, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Nose Art, Pin Up, Lancaster Bomber, Airplane Art, Ww2 Planes, Aviation Art

Lancaster mascot 1943

Lancaster B.Mk1 W4118 10Sqn Commander Guy Penrose Gibson RAF Syerstone

Michelle MC, bravest girl in the Army A teenage army medic has become the first woman to be awarded the Military Cross, one of the highest honours for gallantry in combat. Private Michelle Norris, braved a hail of sniper and machine-gun fire from 200

Michelle MC, bravest girl in the Army

A teenage army medic has become the first woman to be awarded the Military Cross, one of the highest honours for gallantry in combat. Private Michelle Norris braved a hail of sniper and machine-gun fire from 200 insurgents during a pitched battle in southern Iraq

German Army reporter Gunther Halm interviewing Erwin Rommel while Fritz Bayerlein looked on, North Africa, post 22 Jun 1942 Photographer Valtingojer Source German Federal Archive Identification Code Bild Added By C. World History, World War Ii, Afrika Corps, North African Campaign, Erwin Rommel, Germany Ww2, German Army, Luftwaffe, Panzer

Rommel with a Reporter

Erwin Rommel with a reporter in the North African desert.

I wonder if I'm related to this courageous leader. Major John Howard - true inspiration, led the British Airborne Division, His men were the first British troops to land in the D-Day landing of June R-I-P

Major John Howard - true inspiration, led the 6th British Airborne Division, His men were the first British troops to land in the D-Day landing of June 6th 1944. R-I-P

12 year old Calvin Graham from Philly lied about his age and enlisted in the Navy during WWII. He served on the battle-hardened USS South Dakota in the Pacific Theater and became a decorated war hero by

Calvin Graham was the youngest U.S. serviceman, he lied about his age and enlisted in the Navy at age 12 in 1942, it wasn’t until after he was wounded that his real age was discovered. | 10 Interesting Facts About World War II That You Might Not Know

TUSKEGEE AIRMEN, William Campbell (left) and Thurston Gaines, Jr. of the Tuskegee Airmen Fighter Group at Ramitelli Airfield, Italy, March Photograph by Toni Frissell.

Black Wings: Tuskegee Airmen, World War 2

Members of the 332nd Fighter Group in Ramitelli, Italy, 1945. Want to know more about Black History ? Visit Discover Black Heritage.

The first WAAF nursing orderlies selected to fly on air-ambulance duties to France, standing in front of a Douglas Dakota Mark III of No. 233 Squadron RAF at Normandy. From left to right: Leading Aircraftwoman Myra Roberts of Oswestry, Corp Female Pilot, Battle Of Britain, Nose Art, Royal Air Force, Second World, Ambulance, Military Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military History

Corporal Lydia Alford (centre) was the one of three women known as the Flying Nightingales to land in a battle zone after D-Day. Alford was a WAAF Air Ambulance Medical Orderly with No. 233 Squadron RAF and flew on the first RAF transport aircraft to evacuate the wounded from the Normandy battlefields. On 13 June 1944, three of the squadron's Dakotas Mk. III, with a Spitfire escort, had the honour of executing the first Allied transport flight to land in France since the invasion ~