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Eugene Roe <3 "Roe was the best medic we ever had. He was born to be a medic. You could always depend on him. You hollered, 'Medic!' he was right there come hell or high water, he knew what he was doing. He was compassionate, took care of you mentally, physically, every way" - Bill talking about Doc Roe p.184-185 Brothers in Battle - Best of Friends by Bill Guarnere/Babe Heffron

Eugene Roe <3 "Roe was the best medic we ever had. He was born to be a medic. You could always depend on him. You hollered, 'Medic!' he was right there come hell or high water, he knew what he was doing. He was compassionate, took care of you mentally, physically, every way" - Bill talking about Doc Roe p.184-185 Brothers in Battle - Best of Friends by Bill Guarnere/Babe Heffron

Joe Toye and Don Malarkey

Joe Toye and Don Malarkey

Sassy Lewis Nixon

Sassy Lewis Nixon

"Do you have a drink? Of water."

"Do you have a drink? Of water."

Winters & Nixon. "At his side, as if you always have been and always will."

Winters & Nixon. "At his side, as if you always have been and always will."

Lewis Nixon (probably at Toccoa)

Lewis Nixon (probably at Toccoa)

M/Sgt Albert Blithe, 506th PIR Company E, 1st Platoon. As portrayed in Band of Brothers, Blithe was struck with a temporary case of hysterical blindness following the fierce fight to capture Carentan. He recovered and was part of a patrol investigating a farmhouse a few days later, where he was shot by a sniper in his right shoulder. He would recover from the wound and receive a Purple Heart. Due to his wound, on 1 October 1944 he was sent home.

M/Sgt Albert Blithe, 506th PIR Company E, 1st Platoon. As portrayed in Band of Brothers, Blithe was struck with a temporary case of hysterical blindness following the fierce fight to capture Carentan. He recovered and was part of a patrol investigating a farmhouse a few days later, where he was shot by a sniper in his right shoulder. He would recover from the wound and receive a Purple Heart. Due to his wound, on 1 October 1944 he was sent home.

Lewis Nixon and Dick Winters

Lewis Nixon and Dick Winters

Nixon and Winters. "Am I okay?" "Yeah you're okay..." "I'm okay?" "You're okay?" "Good, stop looking at me like that!"

Nixon and Winters. "Am I okay?" "Yeah you're okay..." "I'm okay?" "You're okay?" "Good, stop looking at me like that!"

Band of Brothers • Nix in Why We Fight ❤️

Band of Brothers • Nix in Why We Fight ❤️