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Courtesy of the 506th Airborne Infantry Regiment Association (Airmobile-Air Assault)
Photo of (L) Ed "Babe" Heffron and (R) "Wild Bill" Guarnere are both among the E Company, 2nd BN, 506th PIR Currahees chronicled in the Stephen Ambrose Band of Brothers book and featured in the HBO Band of Brothers mini-series - at the 506th PIR Millennium Reunion November 2-4, 2000, Toccoa, GA. - standing in front of the Col. Robert Sink Memorial Trail Monument at Camp Toccoa.

The Existing Monument at the Entrance
Individual markers for each of the 4 groups trained at Camp Toccoa

Veterans return to Camp Toccoa to honor the memories
The National Park
Views from the summit
The old Camp Toccoa well
Currahee Mountain
Historic Markers

Jim Martin's Photos
Historic Photos by James H. "Pee Wee" Martin, World War II
101st Airborne Division
3rd Battalion - 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment - "G" Company

Photos of Camp Toccoa at Currahee from 506infantry.org

The D-Day Inaugural 2012 Run
on 6/2/2012 The Toccoa museum hosted an Inaugural D-Day Run honoring the paratroopers who trained at Camp Toccoa and jumped at Normandy on June 6, 1944, and all soldiers who fought during World War II. The 10K run took participants in the footsteps of the 17,000 men who trained on Currahee Mountain during the war. Nearly 200 entries made the trek - 3 miles up and 3 miles down.

Sponsors of the race:

Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Inc., Spartanburg, South Carolina
Reynolds Architects, Gainesville, Georgia
D.H. Griffin Wreaking Company, Greensboro, North Carolina
First Citizens Bank, Toccoa, Georgia
1st Franklin Bank, Toccoa, Georgia
Threads, Toccoa Georgia
GlobalTech Industries, Cornelia, Georgia
Marine Corps League #1303, Toccoa, Georgia