The 4th and largest Wild Bill Guarnere Community Dinner, held at Popi's in Philadelphia. Great time and our most well-attended event to date.
Various photos of Wild Bill in informal settings with family, around his home, and with admirers. Got some cool pics you'd like to share? Send'em over!
well bill being a brit lol ive followed your life after band of brothers really close. i was and still am amazed at what you colonel winters babe joe toy and the rest of the the lads had done . when ever i feel down or under the thumb from work i just think about yourself amd the lads from 101st and just say what would the lads do if i was moaning or bitching about my work. good luck and good health to you and your family bill .would love to meet you and the babe one day .. i live in hope you are a hero … just like the brave lads you left behind .. thank you bill for all you done for our country and your own … john t ireland
Is it true that your coming to the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia for the Warbirds over the Beach in May? I am one of the volunteers down there and for me……it would be an honor to meet an American HERO. I serve as well.
Thank you for your sacrifice from the bottom of my heart
MM1(SW/AW) Dave Gayton
Yep, it’s true. Here’s the link:
What a handsome soldier! Thanks for sharing them with us.
I read Bill’s & Babe’s book mostly because Bill was my favorite \character\ in the movie Band of Brothers. It was awesome.
Thank you for keeping America free. Take Care & God Bless.
I purchased and read Bill’s & Babe’s book mostly because Bill was my favorite person in the Band of Brothers movie. It was a great book.
Thanks to all of you for your part in keeping America free and for sharing your story.
Take Care & God Bless.
I am a senior in high school (and will be leaving for the Navy towards the end of June). We’ve been watching Band of Brothers in my World History class and I am currently doing a paper on you. I just want to say thamk you for all you have done. Your pictures are truly inspiring and I hope very much to meet you in person someday. God bless you, your family, and America.
I am a young woman(33) from Holland and I have red many books about the World War II. Also the translated version from your book with Babe Heffron.These pictures give me a view about the man who has sacrificed himself together with many others for our freedom. Thanks to you and many others my grandfather and his brother survided the working camps in Germany. We want to thank you and all others for what you have done so we can live in freedom and think and talk free.
God Bless and keep every member of the armed forces that fought for freedom. Thank You. You will never be forgoten!
thank you so much for what you have done for our great country.. my grandfather fought and he was and still is my hero even tho he would never use that word to describe himself.. just wanted to say thank you again -a few years back my nefew passed at a very young age and you signed a book and we had a benifit for him your thoughfullness twords a little boy you never knew was greatly appriciated by my sister and brotherin law an something i will never forget.
Since watching Band of Brothers five years ago I have continued to watch it every year. It reminds me of my time in the military. Bill, what you and your friends did was extrodinary, and I will always be thankful for what you did and the way you did it.
Thank You Bill.
Mike Edmonton Alberta.
Thanks so much for all you done for us and to keep and save our freedom. You will never be forgotten in our hearts.
It is with great honor to say thank you for your service to this country. Before I went into the Army after high school, I thought it was all fake or a joke. I thought all veterans were more or less dead or near death and the stories were just fabricated. When I got out of the Army and met my first Peril Harbour surviver, it all came together.
It seems that saying thank you just isn’t enough for all that you personally and every other veteran has done for this country. I would be honored to meet you and the rest of the men of Easy Company someday and shake the hands of the true American HEROS…. The men of Easy Company!!
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