Pec James Marsh

Marsh has been in service for a few more years than most of the men around him. He served in the end of the African campaign, and is the last remaining private in 2nd squad.

First Squad

Third Squad

Cpl. Sam Corrion

Sam, 26 years old, feels the weight of responsibility for his men heavily. He fears that any slip could cost the lives of the men around him and believes that he should have gotten the promotion to 2nd squad over Hartsock.

Pvts. James Allen & Jeff Garnett

Sharpshooters for the 3rd squad, Allen and Garnett are inseparable friends. Allen hails from Connecticut and Garnett from Kentucky; neither are strangers to practical jokes and light-hearted fun.

Pvt. Michael Desola

Calm and soft-spoken, Desola grew close to Hartsock in training, sharing stories of bar fights. He's a tough talking Philly kid who spent his

120th birthday on a boat in the middle of the ocean, and is complacent even in the face of death.

Squad Support

Col. Howard R. Johnson

Commander of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment.

Plt. Sgt. Greg "Mac" Hassay

"Mac" is the gruff and dedicated commander of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd squads. He directs Hartsock and Baker to Carentan.

Lt. Col. Robert Cole

Capable leader of the 3rd Battalion, and later recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Col. Howard R. Johnson

Commander of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment.

Patrick

Cassidy

Cassidy is the commander of the 1st Battalion of the 502nd.

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