Colonel Robert F. Sink was the commander of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, the elite unit in the U.S. Airborne. 1 Biography 1.1 Before WWII 1.2 World War II 1.3 After the war Sink was born in 1905. He attended Duke university in 1923, before deciding to join the.. Sink then was transferred to the Ryukyus Command, and became chief of staff in October 1949. In January 1951, he was named assistant division commander of the 7th Infantry Division in Korea. He returned to the United States and became assistant division commander of the 11th Airborne Division at Fort Campbell , Kentucky, in December 1951 On August 12, 1945, Sink was named Assistant Division Commander of the 101st Airborne Division. In December 1945, Sink returned to the United States, and the following month assumed command of the infantry detachment of the United States Military Academy. He entered the National War College at Washington, DC, in August 1948, graduating in June 1949 Colonel Sink came round, saw the haircutting going on, smiled, and said, I forgot to tell you, some weeks ago we were officially notified that the Germans are telling French civilians that the Allied invasion forces would be led by American paratroopers, all of them convicted felons and psychopaths, easily recognized by the fact that they shave their heads or nearly so , 3 april 1905 - Fort Bragg (North Carolina), 13 december 1965) was een Amerikaanse legerofficier tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog, de Koreaanse Oorlog en tijdens de campagnes in Panama en het begin van de oorlog in Vietnam
Colonel Robert F Sink, commander of the 506th, gave orders that the following day (D+1), the two battalions were to secure the village of St Come-du-Mont in preparation for the attack on Carentan. This would begin at 0430 hours Dye, welcher Colonel Robert Sink spielt, bereitete die Schauspieler in einem zehntägigen Bootcamp auf ihre Rollen vor. Zusätzlichen Wert wurde auf die Genauigkeit bei den verwendeten Waffen und Uniformen gelegt. Dies geschah ebenfalls in enger Abstimmung mit den Veteranen. Außerdem standen viele Schauspieler vor den Dreharbeiten mit den Personen, die sie verkörpern sollten, in Kontakt. Einige der Veteranen besuchten die Produktionen am jeweiligen Drehort Colonel Sink, born in North Carolina, graduated from West Point in 1927. In 1942, the Army gave Sink command of the 506th parachute Infantry Regiment. Sink turned down several promotions during the war so that he could stay with his regiment. From Toccoa, travel west on Hwy 123 toward Cornelia
Die Attacke unter dem Kommando von Colonel Robert F. Sink der 506. Fallschirminfanterie war auf 04:45 Uhr am 8. Juni angesetzt. Dazu sollten vier Bataillone eingesetzt werden; auf der rechten Flanke das 1. und 2. Bataillon der 506. Fallschirminfanterie, im Zentrum das 3. Bataillon und auf der linken Flanke das 1. Bataillon der 401. Gleiterinfanterie Regarding the 2nd patrol, which was planned by Col. Sink and scrubbed by Winters, it was divisional policy in Alsace never to send two patrols across the Moder River in the same place, as that was a sure recipe for enemy ambush Translations in context of Colonel Sink is in English-Arabic from Reverso Context: Colonel Sink is proud too
Daraufhin werden die Verweigerer von Colonel Sink degradiert und Captain Sobel wird versetzt, um weitere Unstimmigkeiten zwischen ihm und den Soldaten zu vermeiden. Als schließlich die Easy. Sink, Robert Frederick Bounding Bob, born 03-04-1905 in Lexington, North Carolina, began his military career upon graduation from West Point in 1927. His first assignment as a Second Lieutenant was with the Eight Infantry, nickname Golden Arrow Division at Fort Screven, Georgia. In November 1929, he was assigned to the 65 th Infantry, nickname Battle-Axe at San Juan, Puerto Rico Colonel Sink asking Major Winters, Captains Nixon and Spears on briefing the men for another night mission to capture POWs
One of Colonel Sink's original Toccoa Men, Jim Martin joined the now famous 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment at Camp Toccoa in July, 1942. He was soon given the nickname Pee Wee due to being the lightest man in the regiment. He accepted the moniker as a badge of respect. After completing their initial training at Camp Toccoa, the 506th moved to Ft. Benning for jump training and. Note: Characters are organized by their rank at the time of the end of the series. Colonel Robert F. Sink (Cpt Dale Dye) The man who commanded the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment throughout the war. He is the highest-ranking officer among the Dale Dye as Col. Robert Sink gives some soliders that mutiny against capt. sobel a stretch. One of mye favourite moments in BOB Nous sommes, en principe, en faveur de la collaboration sur ce terrain avec les pays d'Europe orientale et les pays en développement, mais alors d'une manière excluant l'utilisation de sinks et d'énergie nucléaire The twisting trail up Currahee is now named for Colonel Sink. The only remaining building from the camp is the mess hall, which sits on a corner of a Milliken & Company textile plant. The Patterson Pump Company occupies another portion of the grounds. In 2012 an organization, Camp Toccoa at Currahee, a not-for profit foundation, was formed to celebrate the lives and contributions of the.
Band of Brothers - Wir waren wie Brüder Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Damian Lewis, Ron Livingston, Matthew Settle u.v.m Diese Tatsache veranlasst den Regimentskommandeur Colonel Sink dazu, einerseits einen Teil der Verweigerer zu degradieren bzw. zu entlassen und andererseits Sobel zurück in die USA an die Fallschirmjägerschule zu versetzen. Gesehen von 69 Usern. 1x2 - Der erste Tag 6. Juni 1944, D-Day. Die Easy Company befindet sich auf dem Weg mit der Luftlandedivision in die Normandie, wobei die Soldaten. Colonel Sink was present at the ceremony and loaned Grandp a his staff car that was Hitler's for their honeymoon. The Service Company mess hall had been cleared of most of it's furniture and. Colonel Robert Sink was very appreciated by all the members of the 506th PIR and saw the designation of the regimental number (506) changing from Five-Ho-Six to Five-Ho-Sink. He died on December 13, 1965 in Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina. Actor and military advisor Dale Dye in Band of Brother 15-ott-2016 - Colonel Sink, Major Strayer, and Captain Horton, prior to the 506th's deployment overseas
Colonel Sink had an unusual command style, and won over his troops by caring about them, rather than by strict discipline. His sense of humor was well known. When (mildly) exasperated, he would mash his overseas cap against his scalp and rub it around in circles. When highly exasperated, he would remove his cap and slam it onto the ground. Sink was also capable of playing the martinet, as. Colonel Sink Quotes & Sayings Enjoy reading and share 1 famous quotes about Colonel Sink with everyone. At the hangars, each jumpmaster was given two packs of papers, containing an order of the day from Eisenhower and a message from Colonel Sink, to pass around to the men The story goes  that Colonel Robert Sink, commander of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, one of the first units to train there, thought that it would prompt superstitions to have young men arrive at Toccoa, travel Route 13 past the Toccoa Casket Company to learn to jump at Camp Tombs, so he persuaded the Department of the Army to change the name to Camp Tocco colonel_sink 0 points 1 point 2 points 2 years ago Personal as, I believe, the general understanding of taxes begins there for the average person and that's what this project is about. I know the questions I get asked a lot; just seeing if other tax preparers get asked the same :
The invasion message sheets from Colonel Sink shown in the series, which were handed out at the airfield were twice the size of actual ones, which were the same size as Ike's Great Crusade message.(Trigger Time) 26. Another fault as to insignia in Episode 1 was the white name tapes worn by officers and EM alike in England. I have NEVER seen a period photo showing ANYONE in 506th wearing white name tapes. The practice in the 506th was to stencil names in black ink directly onto. . He was soon given the nickname Pee Wee due to being the lightest man in the regiment. He accepted the moniker as a badge of respect. After completing their initial training at Camp Toccoa, the 506th moved to Ft. Benning for jump training and then on to Camp Mackall for further training
Daraufhin weigern sich die Unteroffiziere der Kompanie kurz vor Abschluss der Ausbildung, unter Sobel in den Krieg zu ziehen. Diese Tatsache veranlasst den Regimentskommandeur Colonel Sink dazu, einerseits einen Teil der Verweigerer zu degradieren bzw. zu entlassen und andererseits Sobel zurück in die USA an die Fallschirmjägerschule zu versetzen Colonel Sink deployed the regiment forward with 1st Battalion on the left, 2d Battalion on the right, and 3d Battalion in regimental reserve on the outskirts of town. By the time we relieved the 313th Infantry Regiment, the 79th Division was ready to leave the front. Combat had reduced its ranks to the point that they could no longer hold the line north of Haguenau. Having fought the German.
Mit diesen Worten machte Colonel Sink, der Kommandeur des 506. Regiments, sehr deutlich, dass keine Zeit mehr zu verlieren war. Nach einigem deutschen Widerstand am Vlokhovenseweg und danach an der Woenselsestraat konnten die Amerikaner die Brücken erreichen. Doch die Befreiung von Eindhoven forderte auch ihren Tribut von den Einwohnern. Mehrere Widerstandskämpfer wurden getötet, darunter auch Adri Luijkx, der irrtümlich von einem amerikanischen Fallschirmjäger erschossen wurde Colonel Sink organized a three-day march from Camp Toccoa to Atlanta Georgia, about 115 miles. Both officers and NCOs had to complete the entire distance or risk being thrown out of the unit. Colonel G. H. Williams, the assistant commandant at the parachute school explained reasoning for this march. What we learned of the operation of our men in Africa convinced us of the soundness of our. Lieutenant Colonel Robert L. Strayer (1910 - 2002) was the battalion commander for a time over Easy Company, during World War Two. Robert supported the making of Band of Brothers but had a tough time watching the entire series. As a Major, in 1942 he was given command of the 2ndBattalionof..
From that town Colonel Sink and General Taylor saw several hundred men moving about in the open field some 2,000 yards to the southeast. It was the battalion of German parachutists which later attacked the rear of Captain Shettle's and Colonel Johnson's positions on the Douve. Bunched as they were, the Germans would have made an excellent target, but Colonel Sink hesitated because he was not sure they were enemy. A patrol was sent out to investigate, but before it reported back. . Lt. Meehan was buried with 22 others in Ste-Mere-Eglise. His remains were brought back to the United States in 1952 and reburied in a mass grave at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, MO. Remembered by his daughter Barrie
Dropping near Son, the 506th PIR, under Colonel Robert Sink, was to capture a bridge over the Wilhelmina Canal and continue south to Eindhoven. The 502nd PIR, commanded by Colonel John H. Col. Robert F. Sink (7 episodes, 2001) Michael Fassbender. Burton P. (Pat) Christenson (7 episodes, 2001) Frank John Hughes. William J. Guarnere (7 episodes, 2001) Tim Matthews . Alex M. Penkala Jr. (7 episodes, 2001) Rene L. Moreno. Joseph Ramirez (7 episodes, 2001) Douglas Spain. Antonio C. Garcia (7 episodes, 2001) Richard Speight Jr. Warren H. (Skip) Muck (7 episodes, 2001) Kirk Acevedo. Under these circumstances, Colonel Sink could not move the regiment's bridging equipment into position. Up front the French exchanged long-distance fire with the Germans, but since the enemy was out of range of the machine guns, nobody was hurt on either side. The 101st had been briefed on the new 57mm and 75mm recoilless rifles while we were back in Mourmelon. While at Thalham, we were. Colonel Sink picked you up from the station and took you to the camp in his jeep. First, you'll meet some of the officers, he explained. All good men. Your first lesson with the medics is tomorrow morning at 0800 hours. You nodded. Yes, sir. The jeep rumbled to a stop in front of a building that frankly looked just like all the rest. It was a sea of wood and mud. And men. COL Sink Promotion Ceremony 2NOV2020 The Sun Devil Battalion would like to take this opportunity to congratulate COL James A. Sink on his recent promotion to the rank of Colonel! COL Sink, this prestigious accomplishment is a well-deserved recognition of your leadership, hard work and dedication to the Soldiers you have led and the organizations you have served in throughout your career
Als Colonel Sink wenig später eine ähnliche Aktion anordnet, greift Captain Winters darum zu einer List, um seine Leute zu schützen. Er schickt die Soldaten in die Nachtruhe und fordert für. One of Colonel Sink's original Toccoa Men, Jim Martin joined the... now famous 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment at Camp Toccoa in July, 1942. He was soon given the nickname Pee Wee due to being the lightest man in the regiment. Jim Martin parachuted into Normandy (landing near Saint-Côme-du-Mont behind Utah Beach) at 12:30 AM on June 6, 1944. Pee Wee Martin fought in the. Colonel Sink to Major H.W. Hank Hannah his S3 officer. Following his way... Spot 8 Lunch Break. Lunch is not included in our fee. Spot 9 Château de Bel Enault. The Château de Bel Enault lies just west of the hamlet of Addeville and was built a century before WWII by a wealthy French botanist. On D-Day, the stately château was being used as a German command post. Col. Howard Johnson of. Kurz vor Abschluss der Ausbildung weigern sich Teile des Regiments, unter Sobel in den Krieg zu ziehen und beantragen eine Versetzung. Diese Tatsache veranlasst Colonel Sink dazu, einerseits die Verweigerer zu degradieren und andererseits Sobel zu versetzen
Dale Dye, Actor: Mission: Impossible. Dale Dye was born Oct. 8, 1944, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He graduated as a cadet officer from Missouri Military Academy, but there was no money for college, so he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in January 1964. He served in Vietnam in 1965 and 1967 through 1970, surviving 31 major combat operations Organigramme du 506th PIR : Officer Commandant : Colonel Robert SINK 1/506th Lt Colonel William TURNER 2/506th Lt Colonel Robert STRAYER 3/506th Lt Colonel Ro LaPrade said, I'll try, and called Sink, who agreed to let the paratroopers stay. As the sky darkened, Colonel Joseph Harper from the 327th Glider Regiment arrived to assess the situation Colonel Sink wished the 1st Battalion to take over that mission, but, as Colonel Turner had only about fifty men, it seemed foolhardy to split the force and attempt to occupy both exits. Colonel Turner was therefore ordered to proceed only to Pouppeville and seize Exit 1. About the same time, similar orders were given to the 3d Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry (Lt. Col. Julian Ewell), by.
Colonel Sink, Commander of the 506th PIR established his first command post at the site of this farm. Lt. Winters and other members of his mixed unit, who took out the German batteries at Brecourt Manor, rested in this farm for one night. At 4:30 am, Colonel Sink assembled 600 men and pushed onto Vierville, before setting up his second command post at a farmhouse at Angoville-au-Plain. George. Colonel Sink promoted Winters to 1st lieutenant in a few weeks, which upset Sobel and made him give Winters harder assignments. Despite this, Winters still felt that Sobel's desire for Easy company to be the best had merit. The battalion completed basic training by the end of November 1942 and left Toccoa with proper battlefield skills, advanced physical stamina and confidence in their. Culoville - the site where Colonel Sink had his regimental headquarters, and walk the site of where he landed, and learn about the actions in and around the farm on the 6th and 7th June 1944, and Colonel Sinks famous Jeep ride. visit the First Aid post opposite the farm This general attitude led them into frequent conﬂict with their commander, Colonel Sink, ( yes, he of 'Band of Brothers' fame). The squad became known as the 'Filthy 13' although numbers of the squad would ﬂuctuate, the name stuck. Attempting to sort fact from ﬁction with the photograph is difﬁcult as many varied accounts have been written including those by members of the. Colonel Sink (506th Parachute Infantry) moved his command post group over the same route which the battalions had followed, but after leaving the highway he missed the way and swung to the south of Hill 30, where he dug in forward of the two battalions. At 0500, while still unaware of his own position, Colonel Sink ordered the 2d Battalion to attack toward Carentan. At dawn, when enemy fire.
UNCLE BOB Born 3 April, 1905, Colonel Robert Sink commanded the 503rd Parachute Infantry Battalion before taking command of the newly forming 506th PIR. A product of West Point 1927, Sink served in Puerto Rico, Ft Meade, MD, Fort McKinley, Phillipine Islands, and Ft Huachuca, AZ. before joining the Airborne. Colonel Sink had an unusual command. Colonel Sink's D-Day Message? currahee506. 3,222 1. Registered User. currahee506. 3,222 1. Post Apr 17, 2010 #1 2010-04-17T18:06. Can anyone post a crisp scan of Colonel Sink's D-Day message to the Troops? I'd like to give a copy to a G Co. 506th Vet, and can't locate one. If you don't want to post here, contact me off line and I'll provide my e-mail. Thanks in advance. Rich. KlondikeFox. Colonel Sink promoted Winters to 1st lieutenant in a few weeks, which upset Sobel and made him give Winters harder assignments. Despite this, Winters still felt that Sobel's desire for Easy company to be the best had merit. The battalion completed basic training by the end of November 1942 and left Toccoa with proper battlefield skills, advanced physical stamina and confidence in their abilities Colonel Sink insisted on extremely high standards. Since all personnel were handpicked and could easily be replaced, Sink was determined to create the most elite and best-trained unit in the U.S. Army. Within a week, each company in the regiment became proficient in close order drill , marching back and forth and practicing the manual of arms with our individual weapons. From my experience at.
In the episode, Easy Company come across a concentration camp. They want to gather food and water for the survivors, but they are stopped by the battalion surgeon and Colonel Sink. Lieutenant General Robert F Sink. They are told that the prisoners will have to remain in the closed concentration camp, which is what happens in the show. The question this raises is whether Allied troops actually did this after the concentration camps were liberated The Regiment's first commander was Colonel Robert F. Sink, one of the pioneers of Airborne operations and tactics. He activated the Regiment, trained it, and led the 506th to victory during World War II. During the war he would participate in every battle and campaign in which the Regiment fought Next we make our way through the hedgerow lanes to Culoville, Colonel Sink's first Normandy CP and hear about Winters' reflections on his day of days. If taken over two days, there is time to include additional famous 101st Airborne sites such as Chateau Colombiere, Culoville, Hiesville, Holdy and other exclusive locations - some known only to Paul. The first day can also include a visit to. Freeman heard a rumor that Colonel Robert Sink, commander of the 506th, had devised an answer to the friendly fire from an unlikely source. I heard [that] Sink called one of the Red Tails, said Freeman, referring to the famous Tuskegee Airmen, the African American pilots of the 332nd Fighter Group, whose North American P-51 Mustang fighters sported a distinctive red vertical stabilizer. Sink asked him how long it would take and he said about an hour, and those boys came. Hundreds of volunteers from all walks of life were to make up the initial 'Easy' Company at Camp Toccoa, Georgia, USA, with seven officers under the battalion command of Major Robert Strayer, and the regimental command of Colonel Robert Sink. They volunteered on the basis that they were prepared to jump from an airplane into a combat situation; they volunteered to take a greater risk of becoming a casualty and they volunteered to fight with the most proficient outfit in the Allied army. 'You.
Coronel Sink está orgulloso de vuestro trabajo! Allied soldiers manage to beat the Germans before it's too late, have proven to be experts in high risk situations... Good job recruits Colonel Sink twisted the file in his hand, regarding it with a suspicious eye before letting it drop to the desk below him. The folder landed with a dull thunk, and Lewis Nixon blinked. He weaved his fingers together and placed his hands on his knee and watched Sink chew on the edge of his mustache
Colonel Sink decided to keep the three new battlefield promoted officers in the 506th. Shames was, however, transferred from the 3rd Battalion to the 2nd Battalion. The new officers were told to re-supply, which also meant swapping their M1 Garands for carbines. Shames refused and kept his Garand for the duration. He could be identified through Bastogne and Holland as the officer who carried. Facing the dangers of a foggy night, Col. Kiley conducts an aerial reconnaissance. He and Joe find Hessler's tank through a gap in the fog, and radio the coordinates, but German fire causes the plane to crash near an American fuel depot, killing Joe. In Hessler's command vehicle, Conrad confronts the Colonel and calls him a warmonger. In response, Hessler demotes Conrad to the fuel battalion In this episode, Crossroads, Colonel Sink (series technical advisor Dale Dye) promotes Captain Winters (Damian Lewis) to Battalion Executive Officer. While Easy Company, under the command of. Colonel Sink cleared his throat and folded his hands on the desk in front of him, Lieutenant Giordano, you're an extremely smart woman, so you should understand the strange circumstances of this situation, Colonel Sink began. I felt a small smile slip onto my lips as I nodded my head in agreement, I'm very aware sir. This idea is almost unheard of in the States, I agreed, shifting in my. Captain Winters, believing that Lieutenant Dike has lost control, starts to move forward to take over when Colonel Sink shouts at him to stay where he is. As the Battalion XO, the Executive Officer, his job was to oversee the whole operation and for him get caught up in the fighting put the success of the operation in jeopardy. Realising that he cannot take personal command, Dick Winters looks.
Lieutenant-Colonel Bull Wolverton, Colonel Sink, had no news of this sector. Believing that his men had failed to seize the two bridges, he decided to avoid a potential German incursion into the landing zone. P47 fighter-bombers planes flew over Brévands and destroyed the two bridges, prohibiting any German advance on these routes. In smaller numbers, the paratroopers of the 3 rd. Directed by Tony To. With Nicholas Aaron, Martin Arno, Eion Bailey, Jamie Bamber. Easy Company is in Hagenau in Feburary 1945, where they prepare for a night patrol mission to capture German prisoners. The patrol includes one veteran who is despised for missing Bastogne and a new lieutenant fresh out of West Point When Winters disobeyed the order from Colonel Sink and told his troops to lie about the night patrol because he didn't want any of them to get hurt, or worse, killed, when the war was ending so soon. As a leader, there will come a time where you need to protect your team from unnecessary risks, and that's exactly what he'd done here. Above everything, this show reminded me that the very. Colonel Robert Sink's D-Day message to his men. Tonight is the night of nights. Just before leaving for D-Day General Eisenhower sent a printed message to all those who participated in D-Day. They.. The 506th was commanded by Colonel Robert Sink. Winters arrived at Toccoa in mid-August 1942 and was assigned to Company E, 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR, later to become better known as Easy Company per the contemporaneous Joint Army/Navy Phonetic Alphabet. Serving under First Lieutenant Herbert Sobel, Winters was made platoon leader of 2nd Platoon, earning a promotion to first lieutenant in.
The famous Medic Post at the church of Angoville-au-Plain (still with blood stained pews) and the former Command Post of Colonel Sink is just around the corner. From this safe environment it is just a five minutes drive to several major shops in Carentan. In the heart of the operational area of the 101st Airborne Division, Domaine Airborne will be the starting point for trips to Brecourt. SINK and two others went in the bateau; to get out of the rain of bullets from upstream and speed the boat along, SINK used his arms as paddles while the other men plied their crude paddles. There was heavy fire as they ducked across the first bridge. At POIQ DE DOUVE, SINK founa his lieu- tenant gone. The men said he had moved out to ask for artiller
the assault and wants to go in himself and lead but is stopped by Colonel Sink, Winters makes an immediate decision to get Lt. Speirs to lead the assault. The discussion point here is that Speirs practiced the duty principle by preparing himself beforehand. He was able to immediately take charge when in charge. He also maintained his situational awareness and prepared himself even though he. Colonel Sink also praised Sobel for his work in building up Easy. This was just before Sobel lost command of Easy but the praise wasn't hollow. Puck Beaverton. Member. Oct 25, 2017 8,354 Gordita Beach. Jun 18, 2019 #5 Him being incompetent in the field was true He did some good but he was definitely hated . peteykirch. Member . Oct 25, 2017 2,183. Jun 18, 2019 #6 Dude was great at getting them. Lieutenant Colonel Charles Chase replaced him as Executive Officer of 506th PIR and subsequently replaced Colonel Robert Sink as the Commander of the 506th PIR once Colonel Sink was promoted to Brigadier General and appointed to the staff at West Point. When the 507th was de-activated in September 1945, Colonel Strayer left the Army. Strayer married Mildred Strong of Chuckey, Tennessee, an.
Colonel Sink busted both Harris and Ranney to ranks of Private; Ranney was transferred to Item Company of the Third Battalion and Harris was going to be a Pathfinder in Able company but he was transferred back to Easy Company on 1 June 1944. Ranney made his first combat jump into Normandy on D-Day. He. Fort Campbell, KY - Units 101 ST ABN DIV ARTILLERY 270-798-4627 101 ST ABN DIV SPT (DISCOM) 270-798-6749 101 ST ABN DIV HHC 270-798-225 I ran into some of our outfit and made forward movement with Colonel Sink and several others. We set up a regimental aid station in a church in St. Come du Mont and treated wounded until we moved up into Carentan. There were many wounded and as General Eisenhower said they anticipated 82% casualties, we didn't miss it by far. We took Carentan after a bloody battle and was taken off the line. Colonel Sink to Major H.W. Hank Hannah his S3 officer. Following his way... Spot 24 Day 2 - Lunch to Sainte-Mère-Eglise. Lunch is not included in our fee. Spot 25 Day 2 - Château de Bel Enault. The Château de Bel Enault lies just west of the hamlet of Addeville and was built a century before WWII by a wealthy French botanist. On D-Day, the stately château was being used as a German.