Richard Winters - This was the primary figure of the book. At Easy Company's inception, this figure began as 2nd Lieutenant.
Herbert Sobel - This figure was Easy Company's first commanding officer and was loathed by the men for his demanding, tyrannical and arrogant nature.
Ronald C. Speirs - This tough, handsome soldier successfully led the attack on the final German gun that his commander was ordered to disarm on D-Day.
David Kenyon Webster - This Harvard English major found it difficult to adjust to the raucousness of military life and did not seek medals or promotion.
Bill Guarnere - One of the original members of Easy Company, this figure was promoted from sergeant to private within one year of beginning basic training.
Don Malarkey - This private from Astoria, Oregon was one of the original Taccoa men in Easy Company.
Carwood Lipton - This was one...
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