What the IX Troop Carrier Command Did Next with Adam Berry

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What the IX Troop Carrier Command Did Next with Adam Berry
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Following their eventful dropping of the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions on D-Day, the IX Troop Carrier Command’s C-47s were not ideal. Historian Adam Berry joins us to discuss the resupply operations in Normandy, the incredible medical evacuation flights, Operation Dragoon and the resupply of the 101st in Bastogne as we look at what the IX TCC did next.

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