14th January 2014
Events Page updated with events so far for 2014.
Photos from the War And Peace Revival Show have been added to the Photos 2013 section.
4th April 2013
Squad Roster and Events Pages updated, After Action Report now has a new page with the report from the Mapledurham 40's weekend event as well as the photos being added to the Photos 2013 page. The News Archive page now has its first year page added and the archived 2012 news has been moved here including the final news from 2012 on this page and another for 2013 news added as well.
14th March 2013
Squad Roster and Events Pages updated, After Action Report now has a new page with the report from the Training Weekend at Frensham Vale, a Photos 2013 page has been added and photos from the Training Weekend added.
The next event is Mapledurham At War on the 30th and 31st March, this is a new event for this year which has drawn considerable interest, there are so far 29 Living History Groups attending for the two day event which will also have a road run on the Saturday evening and a 40's Dance. Mapledurham was the village used in the film "The Eagle Has Landed" starring Michael Cain, Jenny Agutter and Donald Sutherland, the church was used extensively and a watermill was built which was blown up for the film.
4th February 2013
Squad Roster and Events Pages updated for this year, all members check the Roster Page for any changes that may affect you.
Welcome to our website, our aim here is to show what we as a Living History Group are doing to preserve the memory, deeds and sacrifices of all the young service men who served with the 101st US Airborne Division, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Easy Company during the Second World War.
Our Band Of Brothers are representing the original Band Of Brothers in the hope that we can show and educate the public through Living History Displays how these men both trained and lived during the time period of the 1940's in the events leading upto and during the Normandy landings in June 1944 and beyond to the final outcome of the War in May 1945.
We are a friendly bunch of guys who are keen to pass on our knowledge to anyone interested in the subject, so please feel free to come and talk to us at any of the events we are participating in (see Events page) ask any question, get a close up view of all our equipment, try some of the kit on, hold a rifle and of course get some photo's taken with us or sitting in one of our jeeps. If you cannot make an event and you wish to ask any questions then you can always email us and someone will reply with an answer (see Contact Us).
If you like what you see then how about joining us, we are always recruiting new members into the Group and welcome anyone who is interested and who is prepared to put the time and effort in helping us to carry on with the Living History of the events of over 65 years ago.
(see Recruitment page)
This Site was last updated at 20:00 0n Tuesday 4th January 2014
(See Site Updates for History of changes)
Dedicated to the memory of the service men who served with the 101st Airborne Division