Welcome to the home page of the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, F Company, historical reenactment group. Our unit officially portrays the 2nd Squad, 1st Platoon, Company F, 2nd Battalion, 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. We, along with our sister unit, the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, belong to the parent organization World War II Historical Reenactment Society. Together we strive to represent the heroic 82nd Airborne Division of WWII, which lives on to this day protecting our great country. Our primary impression honors the courageous glider troops who still have not received the recognition they so richly deserve.
|The recreated 325th GIR, Company F, currently has members in Indiana and Michigan. For the most part we attend living history demonstrations in the upper Midwest. We strive to be as authentic as possible in our uniform, equipment and appearance standards.
However, we are much more than just a group of reenactors. We also are historians interested in documenting as much of the history of this brave group of men as possible, so that their memory and sacrifice will not be forgotten.
Please click on the links below to learn more about the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment and about our "Band of Brothers."
|Sources and Links|
|F/325th GIR History|
|325th Reenactment Group|
|Charles DeGlopper - 325th MOH|
|To email the webmaster click here|
|To see what's new:|
|Personal Accounts of 325th Veterans|
|(c) Copyright 2002. All Rights Reserved. No original material on this web site may be used without the express written consent of the webmaster.|
|Last Update: 28 July 2002|
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Click on this thumbnail to learn more about this exciting new 325th GIR print from renowned artist James Dietz, and how to order your own copy.
|Remember the brave men and women defending our country in Operation Enduring Freedom!|
|Glide to Glory, a new collection of unedited personal accounts of 325th glidermen, written by Jerry Richlak, Co. D, 325th GIR, is now available! To learn more about the book and how to order your copy, click on the picture of the book cover on the left.|
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