The 9th Infantry Regiment is the oldest and most decorated active unit in the United States Army.
Three days before the division deployed for the D-Day invasion, they had a beer party on the golf course in Cardiff, Wales.
The division crossed the Rhine at Remagen after the breakout at St. Lo and started the push into Germany.
The division on the other side of the Rhine.
The unit in position along the railroad tracks trades gunfire with German troops.
Combat operations deep in enemy territory
Crossing the Saale River for the push towards Leipzig.
Taking a break from riding in tanks all day.
The troops rest near Leipzig before moving forward.
The destruction of the Skoda Arms Factory in Pilsen.
The 2nd Division passes in review in the town square after liberating Pilsen.
Soldiers mingle with the villagers in Rokycany.
Pete Perna, Bobby Carson, and a friend in Rokycany.
The division travels through the captured city of Munich in trucks.