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The 101st Airborne Division during Vietnam, Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom


This website is dedicated to the men and women who have served with the 101st Airborne Division during Vietnam, Desert Storm and now Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. The links listed on the menu bar to the left of the screen will take you to sections of the web site dedicated to each of these time periods.
The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) was formed at the beginning of World War Two, and has fought in almost every major conflict since that time. Beginning as an "Airborne" division with forex market parachute and glider infantry in W.W.II, the 101st was transformed into "Airmobile" during Vietnam, and later into an "Air Assault" division.


The "Screaming Eagles" are perhaps the most recognized  army division in the world; that reputation having been well earned at Normandy, Holland, and Bastogne during W.W.II... at Dak To, A Shau Valley, and Dong Ap Bia in Vietnam... as the "Lightning in the Storm" during the Gulf War... and now as one of the divisions that led the way during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom.
The purpose for this web site is to pay tribute to the men and women of the Screaming Eagles during the wars after W.W.II., by presenting historical information and personal accounts from the 101st veterans themselves. Any former Screaming Eagle veterans who wish to contribute to this web site can do so by contacting, any contribution is welcome and greatly appreciated.


Recent Updates

19 March 2006 - Added memorial pages for Sgt. James Hayes and SSgt. James Estep. I am in the process of adding several more at this time. Thank you for your patience.

20 March 2006 - Continued adding memorial book pages.

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Click on the icon above to visit the web site of the Fort Campbell Historical Foundation, their mission to preserve the history of Fort Campbell through the current Don F. Pratt Museum, and the future Wings of Liberty Museum.


Please visit the webmaster's site for his book, Mosier's Raiders, the history of U.S.S. LST-325, the ship his father served aboard during the invasions of Sicily, Salerno and Normandy during W.W.II.