Monday, January 10, 2011

Richard Winters, WWII's Band Of Brothers Company Commander, Has Died At Age 92

Richard "Dick" Winters, the U.S. Army Easy Company commander in World War II made famous by the book and TV miniseries, Band of Brothers, has died. He was 92.

You can read about Winters' life via the below link:


  1. A real man is modest and humble. This same man shows valour and courage in the face of an enemy without anger or hatred towards them. I believe Company Commander Richard Winters was such a man. May he rest in peace,

  2. i heard about Richard Winters when "Band of Brothers" were shown in the tv here in Germany and he personaly shown up and spoke about his experiances he made in world war II.
    he deserves my hightes respect and i want to say thanks to him and to all the men who risk their lives at that time.
    All the best to his family and may he rest in peace.