This was the primary figure of the book. At Easy Company's inception, this figure began as 2nd Lieutenant.
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.
One of the original members of Easy Company, this figure was promoted from sergeant to private within one year of beginning basic training.
This private from Astoria, Oregon was one of the original Taccoa men in Easy Company.
This was one of the four first privates in Easy Company...
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