|In 1942, Robert Webb, Sr. wrote on the back
of this photo, "Now this is the one and
only Mt. Currahee. It's three and a half miles from the bottom to the top, and we run
up it every day. P.S. When we start jumping 'Currahee' will be our battle cry."
Pauli (Communications; POW D-Day); Jack W.
Harrison (Communications; KIA Normandy)
|Thayer U. Carlton
(KIA D-Day): text on back of photo
"This is my best pal and assistant squad leader. PVT Carlton"