Rees Shapiro January 9, His grave is marked "Richard D. Winters was born in New Holland, Pennsylvania: His own memoir, Beyond Band of Brothers: January 12, Los Angeles Times staff and wire reports. Winters was born Jan. Winters was issued orders for deployment and was preparing to depart for Korea, but instead left the Army under a provision that allowed officers who had served in World War II but had been inactive since to resign their commission.
Retrieved January 10,
Band of Brothers' Maj Richard Winters dies aged 92
National Defense Service Medal. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. After returning home, Winters married his fiancee, Ethel, in Mayand trained infantry and Army Ranger units at Ft. InWinters, as a representative on behalf of the U. The Pennsylvania Center for the Book. Retrieved May 16, January 12, Los Angeles Times staff and wire reports.