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Page 1 of "The History of the 101st Airborne" from the official U.S. Army reports preserved at the U.S. National Archives in Washington D.C.


History of the 101st Airborne Division in Allied Invasion Western Europe, 6 June 1944 to 30 June 1944.


Late in the summer of 1942, a major general of the United States Army stood before thousands of his troops and promised them that their division had a "rendezvous with destiny."

Due to the nature of our armament and the tactics in which we shall perfect ourselves, we shall be called upon to carry out operations of far-reaching military importance and we shall habitually go into action when the need is immediate and extreme. Let me call your attention to the fact that our badge is the great American eagle. This is a fitting emblem for a division that will crush its enemies by falling upon them like a thunderbolt from the skies.

The history we shall make, the record of high achievement we hope to write in the annals of the American Army and the American people, depends wholly and completely on the men of this division. Each individual, each officer and each enlisted man, must therefore regard himself as a necessary part of a complex and powerful instrument for the overcoming of the enemies of the nation. Each, in his own job, must realize that he is not only a means, by an indispensable means for obtaining the goal to victory. It is therefore, not too much to say that the future itself, in whose moulding we expect to have our share, is in the hands of the soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division.


Hill 30Edit

Eight days after the drop into Normandy, Sgt. Matt Baker regains consciousness at Hill 30 a changed man. He is prepared to die...


Rendezvous with DestinyEdit

Sgt. Baker, struggling to accept his new role as squad leader, has arranged to be the first one to jump in his stick of troopers...


Silence the GunsEdit

Separated from a squad he wasn't ready to command, Sgt. Baker must follow the lead of Platoon Sergeant "Mac" Hassay. Mac's objective: Destroy two German anti-aircraft guns...


Ambush at Exit 4Edit

Scattered from the rest of his men, Sgt. Baker and Cpl. Hartsock must attempt to link up with the 4th Infantry Division at Utah Beach...


Objective XYZEdit

Short of men after the mis-drop, Hartsock and Baker alone must clean up a Norman hamlet occupied by a German infantry company...


Foucarville BlockadeEdit

With a full fire team assembled, Baker's squad must secure Foucarville - the northernmost flank of the entire invasion...


Rommel's AsparagusEdit

Moving south to link up with the rest of Baker's Dozen in St. Come, the team stops to assist the glider landings near Hiesville...


Action at ViervilleEdit

As the men push southwest toward St. Come-du-Mont, the action at Vierville is thick. On D+1, assistance from armor landed at Utah would help...


Dead Man's CornerEdit

With the help of Sgt. Risner and his Stuart tank, Baker's squad must vanguard the push down the road to St. Come-du-Mont...


The Crack of DawnEdit

Sgt. Baker has lost a friend, but has gained an assault team. Baker must compose himself and lead them to St. Come...


The Fall of St. ComeEdit

With both a fire team and assault team, Sgt. Baker has finally reached St. Come-du-Mont. The Germans are prepared...


Buying the FarmEdit

With St. Come liberated, the 101st must find a way to Carentan. With the help of a Sherman, look for a western path...


Alternate RouteEdit

To avoid the open causeway, there must be an alternate route to Carentan. Baker's Dozen must bear the cost to find it...


Purple Heart LaneEdit

An open causeway is the only path to Carentan. The last bridge into town is secured by a Belgian gate and covered by machine guns...


Cole's ChargeEdit

Carentan is defended from the outskirts. Lt. Colonel Robert Cole has a bold plan to rout the defenders...


Ripe PickingsEdit

The slaughter is in the pursuit. Drive the German defense out of the farms and orchards and rescue Lt. Combs' stray patrol...


Push into CarentanEdit

Carentan. Finally. Drive through the industrial section to secure a foothold on the town. Fire and maneuver tactics are vital in the city fight...


Tom and JerryEdit

Play cat and mouse from the tower of the cathedral in Carentan. Direct your men below as the counterattack rolls in...


No Better Spot to DieEdit

Hill 30. After eight days in Normandy, Baker's most difficult test as a squad leader is imminent...


Victory in CarentanEdit

The survivors of Carentan gather near the cathedral, think about their road to Hill 30 and wonder what is next...

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