Captain Winters leads Easy Company in an attack on what they thought was a machine gun nest but turns out to 2 Companies of German SS who also have artillery support. The attack is successful in that they virtually wipe out the enemy but they do suffer many casualties. He soon finds himself promoted as the 2nd Battalion's Executive Officer and while he has concern about leaving Easy Company, he knows they are in good hands with Lt. Moose Heyliger. In the aftermath of the disastrous Operation Market Garden, Easy Company is assigned to assist a large group of British paras who are trapped behind enemy lines. Later, with Christmas approaching, the men suddenly find all passes canceled and they are quickly moved to Bastogne to help defend the city from the German offensive. The company is now led by Lt. Norman Dike, for whom the men have little respect.
Did You Know?
The encounter with the Germans that Winters leads here marked the last time that this officer fired his weapon in combat in World War II. See more
When Alley is carried into the barracks, Lt. Winters mistakenly calls Lipton "lieutenant." At this point in the story, Lipton is still the first sergeant. See more
Lt. George C. Rice
Panzer division's about to cut the road south. Looks like you guys're gonna be surrounded.
Richard D. Winters
We're paratroopers, Lieutenant. We're supposed to be surrounded.
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