Band Of Brothers: Bradford Freeman ~ Autographed 3"x5" Card ~ On Hold Not 4 Sale
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Band Of Brothers: Bradford Freeman ~ Autographed 3"x5" Card ~ On Hold Not 4 Sale:
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BAND of BROTHERS:Bradford Freeman ~ Autographed 3"x5" Card ~ 100% Authentic A+ Hand-Signed A+
~ Very Nice Authentic HAND-SIGNED CLEAR Autograph
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The 506th PIR was an experimental airborne regiment created in 1942 at Camp Toccoa, Georgia. E Company missions were to involve being parachuted from C-47 transport airplanes into hostile territory.
Major Richard Winters described the original organization of E Company as follows:
"[Easy] company included three rifle platoons and a headquarters section. Each platoon contained three twelve-man rifle squads and a six-man mortar team squad. Easy also had one machine gun attached to each of its rifle squads, and a 60mm mortar in each mortar team."
Before attending paratrooper training, the unit had to perform the standard battle drills and physical training that comes with being in the parachute infantry. One of the exercises was the regular running of Currahee, a large, steep hill. The phrase "3 miles up, 3 miles down" was derived from this run. E Company, while training at Toccoa, was under the command of Herbert Sobel, who was known for his extreme strictness.
Also as part of their physical training, the members of E Company performed formation runs in three-four column running groups. This innovative type of training was adopted by the Army in the 1960s.
Below is a reprint from Signature House sales May 2009 catalogue/on-line sale:
THE GENCHI COLLECTION
Signature House is pleased to present the Genchi Collection to our clientele. Fred Genchi, now associated with the historic landmark homes of Thomas Jefferson (Monticello) and James Madison (Montpelier) in central Virginia, started his collection during his years as a successful real estate broker and entrepreneur in the Los Angeles area. His interest in collecting historical documents and memorabilia was sparked in 1993 with his first purchase of a Revolutionary War document from a shop in Disneyland. Subsequently, he has amassed a collection of over 2,500 items spanning the eras of Colonial America through today.
Monticello Autographs began in southern California in 1994. Mr. Genchi has since relocated to central Virginia and he is now employed at Monticello (Thomas Jefferson's home) and Montpelier (James Madison's home) both properties are located in central Virginia.