WWII Paratrooper Gets D-Day Mohawk to Show Respect for Fallen Comrades

U.S. Army D-Day paratrooper Guy Whidden, 96, an American bad ass just laid down the gauntlet for all of you new guys.   Whidden donned the 1944 mohawk sported by members of America’s paratrooper units during the D-Day invasion.   Whidden served in the 101st Airborne Division and was part of the allied invasion force against Nazi Germany which occupied France.



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